Is this the Best Magic The Gathering Card for Dieters?

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Enormous Baloth

Enormous Baloth: Sounds like a dieter...

Hmm...

If we ever needed a Magic The Gathering mascot creature card for dieters, I think this could be it:

Its diet consists of fruits, plants, small woodland animals, large woodland animals, woodlands, fruit groves, fruit farmers, and small cities.

 
Starts off eating fruit and plants, ends up eating small cities, huh..?

Sounds like a diet to me! So here it is: The Enormous Baloth Diet!


 

Click to see Enormous Baloth in the Magic the Gathering Card Database

 

Comments?

Can you think of any more good Magic cards for dieters?
I'd love to see them - post the links here!

 

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