Juno’s Confession

Summary: Who said the Sorceries are worthless? Well.. I guess I did… But I now have change of mind!

310. Juno’s Confession

Type – Sorcery
Cost – 3

– Select an creature.  While the selected creature is on the board, fieldquake fields that has the backside with the same element as the selected creature in the Resolution phase.  You may not select a creature without an element.  This spell will end your turn.

Comment: I don’t even know what to say. I’m so thrilled with this card.  Yes this will end the turn, but this is indeed the card that truly support uni-elemental decks.  Even with ending turn, I still consider this card as very useful.  In fact, if this card does not end the turn, I would even go as far as this card being overpowered. Casting Cost of 3 is also very reasonable.  Sony seems to have clearly listened to what we want.  Now I welcome uni-elemental deck to the EOJ!!

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11 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by drizzle on October 14, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    I don’t get it… could I play a card on 1,3,7 or 9 and then the next turn cast this which will flip all the corners to biolith? Do they flip back every other resolution phase so long as the creature is alive?

    Seems like a powerful card for not ending your turn. I’ll take it :p Also, what rarity is this card?

    And thanks for the translations!

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  2. Posted by houshasen on October 14, 2008 at 9:20 pm

    Rarity – Rare
    This card WILL end your turn.

    Assuming Biolith is considered as an element, what will happen is as follows.

    You summon a biolith creature anywhere on the board. Next turn use this spell over the biolith creature. All biolith fields will be fieldquaked at your resolution phase. (I assume this is permanent)

    In the next turn, even if your opponent fieldquake F1, once the opponent resolution phase, it will be flipped back to Biolith.

    This is how I understood the card. The only question I have is whether Biolith will be considered as a valid element.

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  3. Posted by Slarth on October 15, 2008 at 1:23 am

    So once you get a Lith on the board, this is a cheaper calamity? I’m not 100% sure the effect.

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  4. Power card for uni-element decks.
    But a question:
    – is it an excessive powerfull upgrade for attrition?

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  5. Hmmm, still that would only increase the field number by 1, i wonder how useful this card will be even in unielemental decks … houshasen got any info on the other noble phantoms … ??? im hoping u do …

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  6. Posted by Fongy on October 15, 2008 at 4:01 am

    An amazingly powerful card if you have an amazingly strong card on the board! This does seem to be geared towards bioliths, but really effective against perfect dodgers too!
    Good job it ends your turn…
    Phew!
    Yes indeed, who said sorcery was rubbish?!?!
    Really open gameplay coming your way!

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  7. not bad for biolith, you can use this instead of calamity, but i dont think this is very useful in any other type of deck.

    and yes, biolith is an element^^

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  8. Posted by Real Gambler on October 15, 2008 at 12:26 pm

    Romilli and this card, and you have a biolith version for Imposter Queen Anfisa for just one more mana. Add Lesser Granvenoa to the picture (if you’re lucky enough) and now you have and Imposter Queen Anfisa with really, really long arms.

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  9. Posted by Skah T on October 15, 2008 at 2:00 pm

    This card makes Cleansing kinda pointless. Costs the same, has a longer lasting effect, and potentially works with Biolith.

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  10. Posted by houshasen on October 15, 2008 at 9:51 pm

    @Slarth,

    Cheaper than calamity to flip fields; however, this is not permanent effect as once the target creature dies, it sounds like all fields flip back.

    @LaTen,

    Hard to say, but I didn’t originally think about Biolith as a element so yes it sounds that way. I’m trying to counter but can’t come up with anything good. I really don’t think we need any more help on biolith or winny decks. Hmm….

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  11. Posted by Fongy on October 16, 2008 at 2:44 am

    Anfisa with long arms, scary thought!
    She’s one of my favourites…
    One of the hardest to get and best to use in Set 1…
    She still causes trouble to this very day…
    I like Romilio too, imagine the possession deck you could create with those two…

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