Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast (WotC), take a look at a creature with disturb that doubles as an alternate win condition from Innistrad: Crimson Vow — Faithbound Judge!
The front half of this double-faced card has a lot going on, so let’s dive in.
For three mana, you get a 4/4 flyer with defender. If you can keep Faithbound Judge on the battlefield for a few turns it will be able to attack, and thanks to having vigilance it’ll continue to protect you as well. If Faithbound Judge dies you get the chance to bring it back for its disturb cost.
Sinner’s Judgment continues the judgment counters theme, but now the third counter results in the cursed player losing the game instead of you getting a Serra Angel. Seven mana is a lot, but it does put the game on a pretty strict time table. Can the cursed player win the game in three turns or will they be served Sinner’s Judgment?
What do you think of Faithbound Judge? Where do you want to try out this new creature/curse DFC?
Innistrad: Crimson Vow is currently scheduled for release on November 19. View our official preview gallery.