Cuombajj Witches Kaja Foglio C4
El-Hajjâj Dameon Willich U2
Erg Raiders (a) Dameon Willich C3
Erg Raiders (b) Dameon Willich C2
Guardian Beast Ken Meyer, Jr. U2
Hasran Ogress (a) Dan Frazier C3
Hasran Ogress (b) Dan Frazier C2
Junún Efreet Christopher Rush U2
Juzám Djinn Mark Tedin U2
Khabál Ghoul Douglas Shuler U3
Oubliette (a) Douglas Shuler C2
Oubliette (b) Douglas Shuler C2
Sorceress Queen Kaja Foglio U3
Stone-Throwing Devils (a) Ken Meyer, Jr. C3
Stone-Throwing Devils (b) Ken Meyer, Jr. C1
Dandân Drew Tucker C4
Fishliver Oil (a) Anson Maddocks C3
Fishliver Oil (b) Anson Maddocks C1
Flying Men Christopher Rush C5
Giant Tortoise (a) Kaja Foglio C3
Giant Tortoise (b) Kaja Foglio C1
Island Fish Jasconius Jesper Myrfors U2
Merchant Ship Tom Wänerstrand U3
Old Man of the Sea Susan Van Camp U2
Serendib Djinn Anson Maddocks U2
Serendib Efreet Anson Maddocks U2
Sindbad Julie Baroh U3
Unstable Mutation Douglas Shuler C5
Cyclone Mark Tedin U3
Desert Twister Susan Van Camp U3
Drop of Honey Anson Maddocks U2
Erhnam Djinn Ken Meyer, Jr. U2
Ghazbán Ogre Jesper Myrfors C4
Ifh-Bíff Efreet Jesper Myrfors U2
Metamorphosis Christopher Rush C4
Naf's Asp (a) Christopher Rush C3
Naf's Asp (b) Christopher Rush C2
Sandstorm Brian Sno-ddy C4
Singing Tree Rob Alexander U2
Wyluli Wolf (a) Susan Van Camp C4
Wyluli Wolf (b) Susan Van Camp C1
Aladdin Julie Baroh U2
Ali Baba Julie Baroh U3
Ali from Cairo Mark Poole U2
Bird Maiden (a) Kaja Foglio C2
Bird Maiden (b) Kaja Foglio C2
Desert Nomads Christopher Rush C4
Hurr Jackal Drew Tucker C4
Kird Ape Ken Meyer, Jr. C5
Magnetic Mountain Susan Van Camp U3
Mijae Djinn Susan Van Camp U2
Rukh Egg (a) Christopher Rush C3
Rukh Egg (b) Christopher Rush C1
Ydwen Efreet Drew Tucker U2
Abu Ja'far Ken Meyer, Jr. U3
Army of Allah (a) Brian Sno-ddy C3
Army of Allah (b) Brian Sno-ddy C1
Camel Sandra Everingham C5
Eye for an Eye Mark Poole U3
Jihad Brian Sno-ddy U2
King Suleiman Mark Poole U2
Moorish Cavalry (a) Dameon Willich C4
Moorish Cavalry (b) Dameon Willich C1
Piety (a) Mark Poole C3
Piety (b) Mark Poole C1
Repentant Blacksmith Drew Tucker U2
Shahrazad Kaja Foglio U2
War Elephant (a) Kristen Bishop C3
War Elephant (b) Kristen Bishop C1
Aladdin's Lamp Mark Tedin U2
Aladdin's Ring Dan Frazier U2
Bottle of Suleiman Jesper Myrfors U2
Brass Man Christopher Rush U3
City in a Bottle Drew Tucker U2
Dancing Scimitar Anson Maddocks U2
Ebony Horse Dameon Willich U2
Flying Carpet Mark Tedin U3
Jandor's Ring Dan Frazier U2
Jandor's Saddlebags Dameon Willich U2
Jeweled Bird Amy Weber U3
Pyramids Amy Weber U2
Ring of Ma'rûf Dan Frazier U2
Sandals of Abdallah Dan Frazier U3
Bazaar of Baghdad Jeff A. Menges U3
City of Brass Mark Tedin U3
Desert Jesper Myrfors C11
Diamond Valley Brian Sno-ddy U2
Elephant Graveyard Rob Alexander U2
Island of Wak-Wak Douglas Shuler U2
Library of Alexandria Mark Poole U3
Mountain Douglas Shuler C1
Oasis Brian Sno-ddy U4
I choose Island of Wak-Wak
1.) The name conjure's up some sever SOPHMORIC comments/behavior.
2.) That Fattie your opponent is attacking with is now a wimpy 0/x.
3.) Did I mention the imaturity level the name conjure's up?
I choose Shahrazad! My reasons are pretty cool to me. First off, this has NO place in a tournament, and I used it once in a 5 color (Star match) multiplayer game, and it annoyed the OINK out of everyone when we had to play the subgame. To me, anything like a subgame is VERY casual....
Ring gave rise to the more popular "Wish" spells, but it has a few unique qualities...
It is from Arabian Nights.
I have a copy.
You can get ANY card without losing half your life.
Relentless Pony gives literally thousands more reasons why Ring is awesome. Not least of which are Relentless Assault and Dwarven Pony.
I once used it in Highlander to fetch Kaervek's Spite while I had Balance in my hand. This inspired me to, in a later game, fetch The Cheese Stands Alone while I had Kaervek's Spite in my hand (I won both games).
"ANY card" includes dwarves!*
I have to second Shahrazad. This has to be one of the most casual cards in existance, with sub-games and sub-games of sub-games.
This could make a Mutli-player chaos game take freakin forever, forever, forever.....for...ev....er
It does Mooseman, trust me, I used to have one in a white deck that ended up being banned in my group (My first "banned" deck!) Plus, for a while, the card was banned from tournaments, and not because of being overpowered! Perfect proof of a Casual Card in my humble opinion!
Not really, cutting or tearing Chaos Orb into smaller pieces is not a valid way to play the card. There would be no way to determine that this is met,"Chaos Orb must turn completely over at least once or it is discarded with no effect"
If it was in more than one piece, I'd say it never satisfies this requirement......
Just my opinion, that is never humble.
If you could play it that way, what a great tourney card....... Oh, wait, that's Chaos Confetti......
BigBlue: Well, I did nominate Chaos Orb for A/B/U.
Mooseman: Well, on Crystalkeep, they have a ruling about this...
"Ripping the Chaos Orb into confetti and then scattering it (as each piece flops 360 degrees) across your opponent's cards was ruled legal at one time, but it was suggested that this strategy not be allowed in the final round of a tournament. [bethmo 1994/10/01] This ruling is mostly humorous in value. You are very unlikely to get WotC or a NetRep to back this one, but I'm listing it because it is funny. Also, note that if you remove a card from your deck during a tournament then you are disqualified. You cannot remove or shred one of your opponent's cards."
Yeah, but the idea was that you could use it in the last round of the tournament and rip it up, scattering the confetti over the opponent's cards. Plus if this really happened and isn't just an urban legend, it would probably have happened back before marked cards were considered an issue. I guess this presupposed that the Chaos Orb being in your graveyard wasn't going to matter. I'm not sure if this actually happened much or how many judges even back then seriously allowed it...