To catch a predator

So we’ve finally reached Innistrad.

The “gimmick” for this horror-themed set is Double-Faced Cards, which have data on both the front and the back of the card, allowing you to flip them to represent a transformation. A human transforms into a werewolf, a vampire transforms into a bat, and a little girl gets possessed by a demon.

For better or worse, the Magic community has been referring to these Double-Faced Cards as “DFCs”.

This is a horror set, right? Well here’s some horror.

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14 Responses to “To catch a predator”

  1. jpmeyer says:

    Yeeeeeeeep, I’d been waiting for someone to make that joke.

  2. wlkeR says:

    So… wait. Cloistered youth is posessed by pedobear? Wicked!

    No wonder Kindecatch is just like three Grizzly Bears combined!

  3. Author says:

    Low-brow humor is the best!

  4. Emerald-Eyes says:

    Oh, god, i really dislike that bear. I hope there will be a sequel for this, where the cloistered youth transforms and kills that stupid thing.

  5. SnakebiteSlim says:

    yeah, cepts kindercatch is a 6/6, and poor unholy fiend is just a 3/3.

  6. pectus_umbra says:

    I lol’d.

  7. Samukun says:

    I feel way too tempted to make a totally inappropriate Penn State joke about now.


  9. Skribulous says:

    So much win.

    So when are you compiling Lotus Cobra is Evil and selling them in book form? I’d buy it.

  10. Mushyrulez says:

    Cloistered Youth becomes Unholy Fiend!

    Kinhercatch is defeated.

  11. kaiba625 says:

    I give Cloistered Youth a Giant Growth!

    Fixed. Kinda.

  12. jace'ssoloproject says:

    Stop making horrible jokes I get.

  13. Andrew O'Reilly says:

    @SnakebiteSlim Well, the odds are more in her favor than ever. Remember when it took 4 Little Girls to kill a bear? Now it only takes two and an upkeep!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Please, you have to at least mention this card’s flavor text while we’re on the topic of Innistrad.

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