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How does Mistfire Weaver stand up when critically evaluated? Let’s see.
Development: As a morph card it fits nicely into an early game slot, building out your board and giving you a blocker.
Parity: Mistfire Weaver is not great at parity. Other than making your opponent’s removal spell fizzle you aren’t getting much out of the Djinn in a stalled board because it only has 1 toughness.
This makes it a poor blocker.
Winning: It’s nice to have faster-than-instant-speed hexproof up your sleeve or a 3 power flyer, so it’s good when you’re winning.
Losing: Mistfire Weaver will not be turning games around for you.
I will rarely hard cast Mistfire Weaver. The clear benefit of protecting itself or one of your bombs is too great to pass. If you can get a card out of your opponent then Mistfire Weaver pays off.
What Do You Think?
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Would you first pick Mistfire Weaver from this pack?
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