I've really been enjoying the incredible Innistrad set, and advance previews of Dark Ascension (on the Wizards official site and elsewhere) have been living up to it so far. However, I had to do a double take when I read the text of this rare, Lost in the Woods, it seemed so bad:
Lost in the Woods, 3GG [Enchantment]
Whenever a creature attacks you or a planeswalker you control, reveal the top card of your library. If it's a Forest card, remove that creature from combat. Then put the revealed card on the bottom of your library.
I feel like the ability on this card would be bad if it Fogged all creatures on a Forest reveal, not just one creature. I feel like the card would still be bad if it cost G and you could cast multiples of it in early turns - but as an expensive late game card, it seems totally unplayable.
Obviously it's a "flavourful" card that will never see competitive play. But come on, surely no Magic card can be completely without actual play value? This is the hardest card to think of a good use for that I've come across in ages, though - can anyone else think of a great combo or other strategy for making Lost In The Woods a halfway decent addition to a deck?