I think D&D players were expecting Tarrasque to be a LOT harder to remove. It constantly regenerates in source, even if it's "killed" conventionally. The only way to actually kill it is to reduce its HP to negative 30 and then casting Wish or Miracle and requesting that it stays dead.TheAmericanSpirit wrote: ↑2 months agoWhen I first started playing (11 years old), hardcasting Krosan Colossus and Krosan Cloudscraper was the endgame to my derpy green ramp deck, the second deck I ever built. My inner child saw the tarrasque and threw a bucket of nostalgia over me like gatorade. I gotta have one. I gotta have ten!
Shame the dnd crowd doesn't seem enthused by it for whatever reason. Oh well, more for me.
I kinda like that it's not an absolute pain in the butt to remove though because I still have emotional scars from the Eldrazi titans.