Tetzimoc, Primal Death is a Legendary Creature – Elder Dinosaur
“God I hope this isn’t a Standard format where this isn’t good.”
Tetzimoc, Primal Death Invalidates “real” cards
This Legendary Creature – Elder Dinosaur almost doesn’t seem real.
Will there be efficient ways to get rid of prey counters? If not, Tetzimoc is going to act as a Plague Wind — a one-way Wrath of God — quite often.
What is the low end of Tetzimoc’s performance? Double Nekrataal? Just a couple of life points off of Noxious Gearhulk? It seems really powerful either way.
In any case, Tetzimoc leaves a large body with deathtouch on the battlefield. It provides not just a high potential for card advantage, but advances your board at the same time.
It is conceivable, unfortunately, that Tetzimoc will not be good. How could that be?
This creature is great against regular creatures, if even very good, efficient, or huge versions. It would be much less effective in a format based on Energy 187 creatures like Rogue Refiner, nothing but haste, or combo decks.
Tetzimoc is not the only Elder Dinosaur…
Imagine this with haste!
On the one hand, Ghalta, Primal Hunger is an exceptional reason for Dinosaurs to finally graduate to Tier One in Standard.
But not for nothing… Decks based around the Primal Hunger are going to get their lunch eaten by decks based on the Primal Death, if you grok.
But Wait, There’s More!
This week we hit all five currently spoiled Rivals of Ixalan cards, not just the Dinosaurs.
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