I just wanted to mention this card is good in certain situations, I find it useful in fringe decks in edh, full hand of creatures which is easy if you have green and living death with one with nothing. Living end, hold priority cast one with nothing, it all resolves and you slap inf combo. *Cough cough* Actually helpful.
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I've never played magic but I'm really into card studies. Awesome video! I've played hearthstone for a long time and some cards in the game were so useless, but one day an expansion comes up and suddenly they become meta. Maybe not top tier, but playable. Mill rouge is my favorite deck of all time in hearthstone. What's fascinating for me is, these type of cards turn the game on it's head once they get played and the known and established match develops in a whole different way
Since One with nothing is instnat.. Use it with living death.. then throw it... if you gatherd a bunch of expensive monsters on your hand.. all of suddenly your killing everything on the board.. And throwing out your entire hand + graveyard in the game.. Just got to make sure enemy graves ain't a problem when it comes out aswell.
I too was once disappointed when I pulled this card out of a pack, then again, then again. They remained buried among my stack of black rares, unusable, untradable, and not even worth the trip to the card shop to sell. Then along came the Rakdos, and everything changed. It wasn't long before I was one with nothing, perfecting the hellbent rush.
One With Nothing is a card that can potentially be useful and can be used as a good strategy that works well with cards (most likely artifacts) that allow you to draw more cards. Once you get into a match (doesn't matter how far) and you get a hand of trash including One With Nothing, play One With Nothing and then retaliate the effects of it by using the artifacts you played on the board (most likely previously into the match) that allow you to draw more cards and then get more, possibly better, cards into your hand.
I play a BW deck where I play tainted remedy and beacon of immortality, search those two up first, then I play alabaster potion for just in case, search that. So that sylvan bounty isn’t so bad if I wanted to play green. Keep in mind synergy can totally change the value of a card
um.... lvl8 liliana vess + one with nothing + a fist full of expensive powerful creatures= one turn giving you a bunch of expensive powerful creatures.... i'm purely a casual, and a terrible casual at that... and even i can draw a conclusion like this.
I mulaganed down to six and scryed a reanimate on the top. I went first so no draw. I played a dark ritual into a visara seer and then one with nothing. I discarded a protean hulk in my hand. 2 turn reanimate and sac protean hulk and go infinite. :)
Something in my Mind is trying to make this card work. Isn't there a card that says, creatures with power greater than the cards in your hand can't attack you?
I played Magic for God knows how long around the time this card was printed, and it somehow was the reason that i stopped. Kamigawa had numerous of those totally ridiculous useless cards, and after Mirrodin, which was somehow usable, this was a lowpoint for me at which is decided to not spent any more money for, in the end, just pretty pictures printed on cardboard. Ridiculous.
Sanguine bond, whenever you gain life, your opponent looses that much life.
Faith of the devoted, whenever you cycle or discard a card, you may pay 1, if you do each opponent losses 2 life and you gain 2 life.
One with nothing, discard your hand
If you hand has 5 cards when you play one with nothing that's 20 damage to each opponent
I have a 2/2 creacture card that does 2 damage to me if it dies. I will never play this card. It sucks. But I do have four copies, and if this card becomes so rare that it has actual numerical value, I will sell one to the highest bidder. Then I will wait for the price to rise. I will have three more to sell, you see.
There are plenty of cards where when you gain life your opponent loses life... it can trigger a million different things too, like adding counters onto to creatures. It could kill some one easily as the result of gaining life. And discarding your hand means you can cast things from your graveyard - very like at 0 cost. Its incredibly useful to be able to discard your hand - simply run black, mill your hand to your grave yard and cast from the grave yard with the umpteen cards that exist to do that... Your video is infuriatingly uninformed and not informative to new players whereas your opening suggests this is meant for new players, it instead misleads.
This card can combo a lot. Don't see how it's bad ? For instance I play a Sliver Nauseam commander deck, the strategy is to draw my entire library with ad nauseam, play lot of rocks etc discard my hand and plays Patriarch's Bidding. This card would be perfect for me. There's no good or bad card. It's a matter of situation. Even fog, every modern player will say fog is shit and it is, but player never expect to see one. I sided two in a modern sliver deck, won game at tournament with it, the head of the opponent when all in then... nope... hahaha
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