This seems really good. Untapping for a surprise block, going over the top with a horde and dealing 2x damage more than they expected to take or just screwing up combat math, this card is very good for 4 mana at common. Marshall Sutcliffe liked this, too, when he spoiled it and it's easy to see why. This is common, meaning you will commonly see this played. This will be a card to play around and it can really turn the tides of a game. Even the toughness boost is liable to be relevant. All in all, this is a solid card with no financial relevance but with a lot of upside in other arenas.