The new alternate art Friday Night Magic: the Gathering promo card for May, 2012 will be Ancient Grudge.
Ancient Grudge – 1R
Destroy target artifact
Flashback G (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost. Then exile it.)
If there’s anything a werewolf hates, it’s a collar–especially Avacyn’s Collar, the symbol of her church.
The image of the new FNM Ancient Grudge was cropped from a screenshot of a video produced by Wizards of the Coast called “All About the Helvault.”
Originally printed in Time Sprial and more recently reprinted in Innistrad, Ancient Grudge is a cheap and effective artifact destruction spell.
Thanks to flashback, Ancient Grudge can help you to gain card advantage over your opponent.
Because of its niche uses, Ancient Grudge doesn’t warrant main deck inclusion unless your metagame is filled heavily with artifact based decks. Ancient Grudge does make a fantastic option as a sideboard card though.
The new May, 2012 Friday Night Magic Ancient Grudge features sexy new art that makes it arguably to most attractive looking of all three versions, which means many Magic: the Gathering players may want it for their decks.
View this map to see all of the Friday Night Magic locations around Massachusetts where you could win or trade for an FNM Dismember.
Several other promo cards include Dismember, Sneak Attack, Command Tower, Savage Lands, and Karmic Guide.
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