The cost is a little rough for a card you really want to be able to cast on turn 4, but this is still a powerful card that fits nicely into Orzhov’s strategy. It leaves you with some afterlife tokens, and often the opponent will have to overextend into your afterlife cards to begin with. That’s a lot of action on a card that already has a strong text box, and I’d take Kaya’s Wrath early and try to build a control deck.
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