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Crackleburr Crackleburr English

Creature — Elemental 2/2, 1{U/R}{U/R} (3)

{U/R}{U/R}, {T}, Tap two untapped red creatures you control: Crackleburr deals 3 damage to target creature or player.

{U/R}{U/R}, {Q}, Untap two tapped blue creatures you control: Return target creature to its owner's hand. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Illus. Mike Dringenberg

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 8/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 8/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 8/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 8/1/2008: To activate either ability, you'll need Crackleburr plus two other creatures. Crackleburr must have been under your control since your most recent turn began (or have haste), but the other two creatures don't.
Printings:
#100 (Mike Dringenberg)

Editions:
English Eventide (Rare)

Languages:
German Knisterpelz
French Crépitoison
Italian Alone Crepitante
Spanish Pelaje eléctrico
Portuguese Vulpolampo
Japanese 弾け毛玉
Simplified Chinese 爆音妖
Russian Шкуротреск


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Duergar Mine-Captain Duergar Mine-Captain English

Creature — Dwarf Soldier 2/1, 2{R/W} (3)

{1}{R/W}, {Q}: Attacking creatures get +1/+0 until end of turn. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Duergars are prodigious workers with long memories. Some still fulfill intricately detailed orders given decades, if not centuries, before.

Illus. Matt Cavotta

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 8/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 8/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 8/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 8/1/2008: This ability affects only creatures that are attacking at the time it resolves. It won't affect creatures that attack later in the turn.
Printings:
#138 (Matt Cavotta)

Editions:
English Eventide (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Minenleiter der Grauzwerge
French Capitaine de mine duergar
Italian Duergar Capitano di Miniera
Spanish Capitán de mina duérgar
Portuguese Capitão de Mina Duergar
Japanese デュルガーの鉱山長
Simplified Chinese 垛格采矿队长
Russian Дуэргар, Подземный Десятник


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Gilder Bairn Gilder Bairn English

Creature — Ouphe 1/3, 1{G/U}{G/U} (3)

{2}{G/U}, {Q}: For each counter on target permanent, put another of those counters on that permanent. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Do the glowing trinkets show it the way home, or do they set a twisted path for someone else to follow?

Illus. Nils Hamm

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 8/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 8/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 8/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 8/1/2008: Gilder Bairn's ability will replicate each kind of counter on the targeted permanent, not just +1/+1 or -1/-1 counters.
Printings:
#152 (Nils Hamm)

Editions:
English Eventide (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Verzierender Knirps
French Gniard doreur
Italian Piccolo Doratore
Spanish Pequeño iluminador
Portuguese Mindinho Decorador
Japanese 光らせの子
Simplified Chinese 缀林童子
Russian Дитя-Позолотчик


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Hateflayer Hateflayer English

Creature — Elemental 5/5, 5RR (7)

Wither (This deals damage to creatures in the form of -1/-1 counters.)

{2}{R}, {Q}: Hateflayer deals damage equal to its power to target creature or player. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

It has no safe side.

Illus. Thomas M. Baxa

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 8/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 8/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 8/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 8/1/2008: Wither applies to any damage Hateflayer deals to a creature, which includes both its combat damage and damage from its activated ability.
Printings:
#55 (Thomas M. Baxa)

Editions:
English Eventide (Rare)

Languages:
German Hassschürer
French Fouettehaine
Italian Scorticatore Odioso
Spanish Azotaodio
Portuguese Chicote Ofídico
Japanese 憎悪剥ぎ
Simplified Chinese 笞仇灵
Russian Злободер


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Knacksaw Clique Knacksaw Clique English

Creature — Faerie Rogue 1/4, 3U (4)

Flying

{1}{U}, {Q}: Target opponent exiles the top card of his or her library. Until end of turn, you may play that card. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Most of the Knacksaw clique's skills were hewn from the minds of others.

Illus. Steven Belledin

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 5/1/2008: The exiled card is played using the normal timing rules for its card type, as well as any other applicable restrictions such as "Cast [this card] only during combat." For example, you can't play the card during an opponent's turn unless it's an instant or has flash. Similarly, if the exiled card is a land, you can't play it if you've already played a land that turn. If it's a nonland card, you'll have to pay its mana cost. The only thing that's different is you're playing it from the Exile zone.
  • 5/1/2008: If you don't play the exiled card that turn, it remains exiled but you can't play it.
Printings:
#42 (Steven Belledin)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Rare)

Languages:
German Kniffstibitzer-Clique
French Clique Scietalent
Italian Cricca Seghetta
Spanish Pandilla Sierrahábil
Portuguese Facção do Serrote
Japanese 技鋸の徒党
Simplified Chinese 巧锯聚群
Russian Вооруженная Пилами Клика
Traditional Chinese Knacksaw Clique


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Leech Bonder Leech Bonder English

Creature — Merfolk Soldier 3/3, 2U (3)

Leech Bonder enters the battlefield with two -1/-1 counters on it.

{U}, {Q}: Move a counter from target creature onto another target creature. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Some don't know his face, but his pets are a dead giveaway.

Illus. E. M. Gist

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 5/1/2008: Leech Bonder's activated ability can move any kind of counter, not just a -1/-1 counter. It can target any two creatures, whether they have counters on them or not.
  • 5/1/2008: This effect may result in a useless counter being placed on a creature. For example, if an age counter is moved from a creature with cumulative upkeep to a creature without cumulative upkeep, it will have no effect on the new creature.
  • 5/1/2008: If either one of the target creatures becomes an illegal target (because it left the battlefield or for any other reason), the counter doesn't move. If both targets become illegal, the ability is countered.
Printings:
#43 (E. M. Gist)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Egelsetzer
French Attacheur de sangsues
Italian Dispensatore di Sanguisughe
Spanish Ligador de sanguijuelas
Portuguese Aplicador de Sanguessuga
Japanese ヒル結び
Simplified Chinese 弄蛭人
Russian Рассадчик Пиявок
Traditional Chinese Leech Bonder


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Merrow Grimeblotter Merrow Grimeblotter English

Creature — Merfolk Wizard 2/2, 3{U/B} (4)

{1}{U/B}, {Q}: Target creature gets -2/-0 until end of turn. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Grimeblotters spend so much time in the Dark Meanders that they're able to bring a piece with them wherever they go.

Illus. Cyril Van Der Haegen

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#171 (Cyril Van Der Haegen)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Merrow-Dreckschießer
French Crachelimon suire
Italian Spruzzamelma Merrow
Spanish Merrow arrojamugre
Portuguese Sirenídeo Espirra-Gosma
Japanese メロウの垢吐き
Simplified Chinese 美洛墨隐师
Russian Стреляющий Грязью Мерроу
Traditional Chinese Merrow Grimeblotter


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Merrow Wavebreakers Merrow Wavebreakers English

Creature — Merfolk Soldier 3/3, 4U (5)

{1}{U}, {Q}: Merrow Wavebreakers gains flying until end of turn. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

The merrows' prey have retreated from the shore, so they have learned to follow.

Illus. Alex Horley-Orlandelli

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#44 (Alex Horley-Orlandelli)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Common)

Languages:
German Merrow-Wellenbrecher
French Briselames suires
Italian Spezzaonde Merrow
Spanish Rompeolas merrow
Portuguese Sirenídeos Saltadores
Japanese メロウの波破り
Simplified Chinese 破浪美洛
Russian Летучие Мерроу
Traditional Chinese Merrow Wavebreakers


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Order of Whiteclay Order of Whiteclay English

Creature — Kithkin Cleric 1/4, 1WW (3)

{1}{W}{W}, {Q}: Return target creature card with converted mana cost 3 or less from your graveyard to the battlefield. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Made from the clay of burial mounds, the face paint of the priests is a sign of their respect for those whose rest they interrupt.

Illus. Steven Belledin

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#16 (Steven Belledin)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Rare)

Languages:
German Orden des Weißlehms
French Ordre de Blanchargile
Italian Ordine di Biancargilla
Spanish Orden del Barro Blanco
Portuguese Ordem da Argila Branca
Japanese 白粘土の教団
Simplified Chinese 白土教士團
Russian Орден Белой Глины
Traditional Chinese Order of Whiteclay


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Pale Wayfarer Pale Wayfarer English

Creature — Spirit Giant 4/4, 5WW (7)

{2}{W}{W}, {Q}: Target creature gains protection from the color of its controller's choice until end of turn. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

As it wandered Shadowmoor, it did not remember its crime—only its shame.

Illus. Heather Hudson

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#17 (Heather Hudson)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Bleicher Wanderer
French Voyageur pâle
Italian Viandante Pallido
Spanish Caminante pálido
Portuguese Caminhante Pálido
Japanese 青ざめた旅人
Simplified Chinese 苍白旅人
Russian Бледный Странник
Traditional Chinese Pale Wayfarer


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Patrol Signaler Patrol Signaler English

Creature — Kithkin Soldier 1/1, 1W (2)

{1}{W}, {Q}: Put a 1/1 white Kithkin Soldier creature token onto the battlefield. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Many a keen-eared bogle has run afoul of a clever and silently orchestrated kithkin ambush.

Illus. Steve Prescott

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 8/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 8/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 8/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#12 (Steve Prescott)

Editions:
English Eventide (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Patrouillen-Signalgeber
French Signaleur de patrouille
Italian Segnalatrice della Pattuglia
Spanish Señalizadora de la patrulla
Portuguese Sinaleiro de Patrulha
Japanese 巡回の信号手
Simplified Chinese 巡逻信号兵
Russian Патрульная Сигнальщица


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Pili-Pala Pili-Pala English

Artifact Creature — Scarecrow 1/1, 2 (2)

Flying

{2}, {Q}: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

It wasn't really expected to fly. Then again, it wasn't expected to move, either.

Illus. Ron Spencer

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
  • 5/1/2008: Using this creature's ability means you're untapping it for mana, not tapping it for mana. Mana Reflection won't cause it to produce extra mana.
Printings:
#258 (Ron Spencer)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Common)

Languages:
German Pili-Pala
French Pili-Pala
Italian Sfarfallante
Spanish Pili-Pala
Portuguese Pili-Pala
Japanese ピリ=パラ
Simplified Chinese 劈哩啪拉
Russian Пили-Пала
Traditional Chinese Pili-Pala


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Puresight Merrow Puresight Merrow English

Creature — Merfolk Wizard 2/2, {W/U}{W/U} (2)

{W/U}, {Q}: Look at the top card of your library. You may exile that card. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Stripped of his sight, he was free to see only the ideal.

Illus. Carl Critchlow

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#146 (Carl Critchlow)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Reinsichtiger Merrow
French Suire clairevue
Italian Sguardopuro Merrow
Spanish Merrow visión pura
Portuguese Sirenídeo Visão-Pura
Japanese 純視のメロウ
Simplified Chinese 净景美洛
Russian Ясновидящий Мерроу
Traditional Chinese Puresight Merrow


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Safehold Sentry Safehold Sentry English

Creature — Elf Warrior 2/2, 1W (2)

{2}{W}, {Q}: Safehold Sentry gets +0/+2 until end of turn. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

"These bracers were worn by my father and by his mother before him. Boggart fangs have shattered on them. Cinder flames have withered at their touch. While I wear them, the safehold will not fall."

Illus. William O'Connor

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#22 (William O'Connor)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Common)

Languages:
German Trutzburg-Wachposten
French Sentinelle de la ferté
Italian Sentinella del Fortincanto
Spanish Centinela del refugio seguro
Portuguese Sentinela do Refúgio
Japanese 安寧砦の歩哨
Simplified Chinese 华域哨兵
Russian Страж Убежища
Traditional Chinese Safehold Sentry


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Silkbind Faerie Silkbind Faerie English

Creature — Faerie Rogue 1/3, 2{W/U} (3)

Flying

{1}{W/U}, {Q}: Tap target creature. ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

"The bigger they are, the more fun it is to watch them fall flat on their faces."

Illus. Matt Cavotta

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#148 (Matt Cavotta)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Common)

Languages:
German Seidenfesselfee
French Færie bridesoie
Italian Spiritella Filo di Seta
Spanish Hada enlazaseda
Portuguese Fada Laço-de-Seda
Japanese 絹縛りのフェアリー
Simplified Chinese 丝缚仙灵
Russian Фея Шелковых Уз
Traditional Chinese Silkbind Faerie


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Snow Mercy Snow Mercy English

Snow Enchantment, 2WW (4)

Whenever a creature deals damage to you, put a globe counter on it.

{T}, {Q}, {T}, {Q}, {T}: Tap all creatures with globe counters on them.

WARNING: Shake gently. Contents may cause choking, hypothermia, and/or planar invasion.

Illus. rk post

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • This card is not legal in any format
Comment:

HH 2010

Printings:
#5 (rk post)

Editions:
English Happy Holidays (Special)

Languages:
(None)

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Umbral Mantle Umbral Mantle English

Artifact — Equipment, 3 (3)

Equipped creature has "{3}, {Q}: This creature gets +2/+2 until end of turn." ({Q} is the untap symbol.)

Equip {0}

It harnesses the power of night in a land where daylight fears to show itself.

Illus. Richard Sardinha

Gatherer Card Rulings?, Legality?

  • 5/1/2008: If the permanent is already untapped, you can't activate its {Q} ability. That's because you can't pay the "Untap this permanent" cost.
  • 5/1/2008: The "summoning sickness" rule applies to {Q}. If a creature with an {Q} ability hasn't been under your control since your most recent turn began, you can't activate that ability. Ignore this rule if the creature also has haste.
  • 5/1/2008: When you activate an {Q} ability, you untap the creature with that ability as a cost. The untap can't be responded to. (The actual ability can be responded to, of course.)
Printings:
#267 (Richard Sardinha)

Editions:
English Shadowmoor (Uncommon)

Languages:
German Schattenhafter Mantel
French Manteau d'ombre
Italian Mantello d'Ombra
Spanish Manto umbral
Portuguese Manto Umbral
Japanese 暗黒のマントル
Simplified Chinese 暗影披风
Russian Мантия Тени
Traditional Chinese Umbral Mantle


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