Instead that leaves a Human... a Soldier... a WARRIOR, who far surpasses the champions of his sphere. This Legend has haste and Horsemanship, which pretty much means unblockable (Attacking creatures with horsemanship can not be blocked by creatures without horsemanship).
If you decide to play this 6 mana 4/3, there is a good chance your opponents will not be able to block it, unless they are also playing a card from Portal Three Kingdoms. This is the only expansion that had any cards with Horsemanship outside of reprint sets.
At first I thought this was the same mechanic as Shadow with a different name, but not quite. Creatures with Horsemanship can block another creature with Horsemanship, same thing with shadow. The difference is that creatures with shadow can't block non shadow creatures.
Trade of the Week
Lu Bu, Master-at-Arms - Prerelease Cards
MTP AND STAPLES
Top Trades for the week of October 24th
Card Lot Gaming Supplies — 120,000 points
Mirror Universe Legends — 107,326 points
Card Lot Gaming Supplies — 17,500 points
Ancient Tomb The List — 17,250 points
Lu Bu, Master-at-Arms (Japan 4/29/99) Prerelease Cards — 15,399 points
The Great Henge Throne of Eldraine — 11,833 points
Solitude Modern Horizons 2 — 11,585 points
Old Gnawbone (Borderless) Adventures in the Forgotten Realms — 11,047 points
Craterhoof Behemoth Jumpstart — 10,727 points
Telekinesis Legends — 9,745 points
Edgar Markov Commander 2017 — 17,618 points
Ball Lightning Judge Promos — 9,609 points
Prairie Stream Zendikar Expeditions — 8,804 points
Verdant Catacombs (Retro Frame) (Foil Etched) Modern Horizons 2 — 8,650 points
Wrenn and Seven Innistrad: Midnight Hunt — 8,500 points
Teferi, Time Raveler (Stained Glass) Secret Lair Drop Series — 8,000 points
Joraga Treespeaker Rise of the Eldrazi — 6,330 points
Teferi, Time Raveler (Stained Glass) Secret Lair Drop Series — 5,964 points
Elves of Deep Shadow Ravnica: City of Guilds — 4,999 points
Mountain (1999) Arena Promos — 4,000 points
That's it for this edition. As always, give and let give!
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