1. Crusade
  2. Crusade

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Set & Rarity: Classic Sixth Edition, rare

Cost: White ManaWhite Mana

Card Type: Enchantment


Rules Text: White creatures get +1/+1.

Artist Credit: D. Alexander Gregory

Format Legality: Legal in: Extended, Legacy, Vintage

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Date Added: Wednesday 14 November, 2007 by Gareth Topping
Since the previous "reviewer" seems to have got a card for a fantasy game confused with some kind of half-a$$ed history lesson and/or racist white supremist statement (god knows what would happen if he'd reviewed Arabian Nights' Jihad or anything with protection from black), I'll do a real review.

Crusade = good. Glorious Anthem = better. 1 colourless mana more, pumps up all your creatures (not just white ones) and doesn't buff up your opponent's creatures either. If you desperately want a Crusade effect, use Time Spiral's Celestial Crusader. Two extra mana gets you a 2/2 flying body with flash.
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars! ]
Date Added: Sunday 11 November, 2007 by Jake Middleton
THis is a funny little statement here, in history the crusades were a war waged by most of christian europe in the 1095 era the purposse of wicwas to take Jerusalem from muslim rule, and the europe christions being "white" are here given +1+1 and the muslims wich, racialy speaking were not white. Do we have ourselvs a political reference in a card here?
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars! ]
Date Added: Thursday 31 August, 2006 by Christopher Myhill
Does exactly what it says on the tin. Pump those weenies!
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars! ]
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