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[TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 3:46 am
by evilmerlin
Can be found here.


Limited: Put this card into play. Discard all your other kata in play.

Battle/Open: If this card is in play, target your personality and if this is the Action phase, discard a card: Straighten him.

Looks like a good card. A permanent straightening effect on tap? Not bad!

[TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:34 am
by Moto Damasko
Discard a card to straighten? Seems bad. Might want to replace another card with this for the unit straighten.

With control coming to fruition I could see both.

Re: [TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 12:08 pm
by Moto Muck
straightens for free in battle-

during the action phase it basically says "all cards in my hand say 'straighten my guy'"

prob would work best in big unit tacts/commanders

our shugs already have an awesome kata

not sure if BM's need this or not

Re: [TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 12:57 pm
by moto ritz
Battle maidens are where this would go. Combine with the 3 ageless shrines and 3 compassion yo uhave enough open straighten to make sure that all your bodies are ready for the perfect moment. It isn't that great in commanders because it only straightens the guy.

Re: [TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 4:41 pm
by Moto Shintomo
With the exception of Death Priests (which I would run Skipping the Puddle), if I was to run a kata in any other Unicorn deck, it would probably be Seeking the Question. I see this card being used in control decks, like Crane and Dragon.

Re: [TSE] Serenity of Air

Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:32 am
by Shinjo Dalu
I bow really being a huge problem for people? This is a handy effect to have in a fight, but most opponents will account for it as it is sitting there on the board. There are very few Katas worth the slot, I feel, in unicorn decks. Skipping the Puddle obviously, and I see the merit of Seeking the Question in enlightenment, after that I dont really think there is anything there.