Ugin, the Spirit Dragon

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Comments (8)

FernandoB(23.03.2016 10:57)

A great card for tron and has even legacy potential, too bad the price is on the sky now but ugin deserve's it

Bomar(16.06.2015 02:34)

Exactly what the non-green Tron decks wanted! Great card! A complete hoser vs any BGx strat,

JidahMako(17.05.2015 02:22)

no i dount that, i love ugin but i dont believe this card art is nearly worth its price right now, around 50-60 i believe is more affordable but still i could be wrong.

hugo87(15.05.2015 12:11)

In my opinion this card was overhyped in modern. It's not that good even in tron (for 7 mana would be amazing, not that much for 8).

hugo87(15.05.2015 12:09)

Is there anyone that really is able to pays 80 euro for this card version?

DefaultUser(12.05.2015 13:40)

The german version is mistranslated to be even better. The exile effect has: "Exile each permanent with converted mana cost of X or greater that's one or more colors."

Talk about busted card. keep blowing everything up without using up loyalty. Just bust out those R'n'D's Secret Lairs to make it happen.

Psychatogpl(11.05.2015 23:52)

Well, Nicol Bolas is too colorfull to be his brother ;] I'm curious if WOTC will add him to Eldrazi vs Zendikar Duel Deck?

ThronesOfGod(07.05.2015 22:52)

Good twin brother of Nicol Bolas :) And great mass exile with even greater ultimate :)

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