Image of Act of Treason

rating: 1.5 // 3.0

Act is always a fun one. On the surface, it looks like an aggressive card where you take their biggest blocker and whack them over the head with it. As threatening as that may be, that’s not the best use for this, and this is a marginal aggressive card at best (because it’s pretty situational, and when it isn’t good, it does basically nothing). Where Act of Treason really shines (and gets a 3.0 rating) is in a deck with multiple ways to sacrifice creatures. Then it turns into a removal spell that gives you a free attack and the benefit of the sacrifice outlet, which is quite powerful. It’s also a card you’ll get late, because it’s rare that anyone else will want it.

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