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Raging Goblin [Portal]
$0.20
Set: Portal Type: Creature — Goblin Berserker Rarity: Common Cost: {R} Haste (This creature can attack and {T} as soon as it comes under your control.) Charging alone takes uncommon daring or uncommon stupidity. Or both.
Raging Cougar [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Creature — Cat Rarity: Common Cost: {2}{R} Haste Mountaineers quickly learn to travel with their spears always pointed up.
Starlight [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Sorcery Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{W} You gain 3 life for each black creature target opponent controls. Stars are like coins dropped into the night: their light buys safe passage.
Treetop Defense [Portal]
$0.40
Set: Portal Type: Instant Rarity: Rare Cost: {1}{G}
Island [Portal]
$0.80
Set: Portal Type: Basic Land — Island Rarity: Common Cost:
Taunt [Portal]
$0.70
Set: Portal Type: Sorcery Rarity: Rare Cost: {U}
Lava Axe [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Sorcery Rarity: Common Cost: {4}{R} Lava Axe deals 5 damage to target player. Swing your axe as a broom, to sweep away the foe.
Deep-Sea Serpent [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Creature — Serpent Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {4}{U}{U} Deep-Sea Serpent can't attack unless defending player controls an Island. Sailors fear the deep-sea serpent; others thank the gods it has no legs.
Hulking Cyclops [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Creature — Cyclops Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {3}{R}{R} Hulking Cyclops can't block. Anyone can get around a cyclops, but few can stand in its way.
Blaze [Portal]
$0.30
Set: Portal Type: Sorcery Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {X}{R} Blaze deals X damage to target creature or player. Fire never dies alone.
Moon Sprite [Portal]
$0.20
Set: Portal Type: Creature — Faerie Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{G} Flying "I am that merry wanderer of the night." —William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dread Charge [Portal]
$0.50
Set: Portal Type: Sorcery Rarity: Rare Cost: {3}{B} Black creatures you control can't be blocked this turn except by black creatures. "As equal were their souls, so equal was their fate." —John Dryden, "Ode to Mrs. Anne Killigrew"