KrazyerKate wrote:Wikipedia says "a vale is a wide river valley, usually with a particularly wide flood plain or flat valley bottom", so that's different from a 'veil of willows'.
Vale of Willows
Vale of Willows comes into play tapped.
T: add G to your mana pool.
3G, T: put a 1/1 green faerie creature token into play. When Vale of Willows leaves play, sacrifice all faerie tokens made in this way.
Next Card: Innistrad Common #34
Firstly, yes, I know the difference between vale and veil, and was indeed intending it to be land. Was kinda figuring it would be a blue/green land sorta like river of tears, but whatever.
Innistrad Common #34
Whenever CARDNAME deals combat damage to a player, put the top card of your library into your graveyard.
(would that be too complex for a common? It seems more uncommon-like to me)
Next Card: Innistrad Uncommon Cycle Land #2
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