Citations:weenie

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Noun: "(collectible card games, slang) a small creature which has a low cost to put into play"[edit]

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  • 1995 May 11, Hydromancer [username], “Re: NOT ENOUGH STRATEGY IN TYPE II's”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[1]:
    I believe that if you have more then[sic] 20 weenies, and since most weenies cost less to cast, you will kick those card denial deck[sic] easily..weenie mix with land destruction is the happiest deck there is know to me. :)
  • 1995 December 31, ChrisMims, “Mono-Black Deck: Extensive Pontifications”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[2]:
    Example: in a black weenie deck (yeah, right) it's possible to empty one's hand, take seven damage and dump down another armada of weenies.
  • 1996 February 20, ChrisMims [username], “White Hordes Part I: Extensive Pontifications”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[3]:
    Over and over again you'll dump a horde of weenies, and if you're[sic] opponent's[sic] too slow, he'll die right off the bat.
  • 1996 October 11, Jim Hamp, “Another Newbie Tourney Report”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[4]:
    16 entries, I brought my carefully honed Dean Marton deck...a red/green "weenie" based on the principle that if white/black can be so successful with weenies, red/green should be able to treat medium creatures as weenies, and creature swarm with better creatures than white just as fast.
  • 1997 February 10, Jesse Chounard, “Report: Pro Tour Paris PTQ”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[5]:
    He was playing a monoblack weenie deck with 30+ creatures in it.
  • 1997 March 19, Craig Sivils, “Mono-Green, I don't get it.”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[6]:
    Most of the opponents[sic] quick creature removal will be taken out by the early flood of weenies.
  • 1998 February 18, Blackman, “Re: Why green should not get more powerfull”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[7]:
    Black does it through a weenie swarm (Please, please, take out Pump-knights!), Red through a weenie swarm backed up with direct damage, White through a weenie swarm back up with removal spells, and Blue through being annoying.
  • 1999 November 9, Bennie Smith, “Re: States Strategy”, in rec.games.trading-cards.magic.strategy, Usenet[8]:
    I hate the thought of running out of steam and sitting there with a bunch of weenies going nowhere fast because my opponent got out his defenses.