Huntmaster of the Fells / Ravager of the Fells

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whound(27.04.2016 19:11)

Just to inform you that with the release of SOI, the statement of Psychatogpl is no longer true. Now all double-faced cards maintain the CMC of their front face when transformed. So Ravager of the Fells now has a CMC of 4 and no longer can be killed by Abrupt Decay.

Manuel94(08.10.2015 08:08)

this card costs 10$ and is at best 2x in jund and zoo this card doesnt see soo much play and inst that good 2x 2/2 for 4 , dies for bolt doesnt impact the board in great manner if flips still isnt a big deal ....its just jund hype and now 90% of jund decks are not even using him!

Psychatogpl(11.05.2015 23:54)

You must know that flipped creatures like Huntmaster of the Fells have a CMC of 0. Then he can be killed with Abrupt Decay.

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