Skullcrack - 1R
Instant - Uncommon
Players can't gain life this turn.
Damage can't be prevented this turn.
Skullcrack deals 3 damage to target player.
The lawmage's argument was clever and well reasoned, but Blunk's response proved irrefutable.
In fact, these days life gain is prevalent on cards from Centaur Healer to lifelink creatures such as Vampire Nighthawk. "Magic" has truly changed over the years, and now life gain decks are a valid (albeit casual) strategy thanks to cards like Rhox Faithmender, Chalice of Life, and Drogskol Reaver.
Cast Skullcrack, and continue giving them a beatdown .
Revealed today in an article by Jacob Van Lunen, Skullcrack is red's answer to annoying life gain. Lunen believes Skullcrack is powerful enough to impact the Modern format, and we're inclined to agree.
How will you use Skullcrack?
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