This ability is written absorb X. If a creature with absorb would be dealt damage, X of that damage is prevented. This ability appears on a single timeshifted creature from Future Sight, Lymph Sliver. Older cards with this ability were not changed to grant absorb.
Other articles related to "absorb":
... (28,000cc) weighs just over twelve pounds (5 kg) and can absorb up to fifteen times its own weight ... But the product also excels in outdoor applications, when it is necessary to absorb pasty, i.e ... Green Stuff Absorbent is unusual in that it can fully absorb synthetic motor oil ...
... A sorbent is a material used to absorb or adsorb liquids or gases ... Materials used to absorb other materials due to their high affinity for doing so ... Examples include In composting, dry (brown, high-carbon) materials absorb many odoriferous chemicals, and these chemicals help to decompose these sorbents ...
... terry, or simply towelling is a fabric with loops that can absorb large amounts of water ... fabrics Towell Terry is a fabric with long loops that can absorb large amounts of water ... longer loops provide more surface area to absorb and come in contact with the fluid ...
... rear crumple zones with reinforced beams to absorb collision damage and direct it away from the vehicle interior ... Engine and drive components also absorb energy ... carved in frontal frame sections also absorb collision impact ...
Famous quotes containing the word absorb:
“Vulgarity cannot exist in the absence of loftier values. Once it has affected the latter, however, it wants to absorb them. Unless you want to be as weak and small as human beings, you had better stay away from them.”
—Franz Grillparzer (17911872)
“We can glut ourselves with how-to-raise children information . . . strive to become more mature and aware but none of this will spare us from the . . . inevitability that some of the time we are going to fail our children. Because there is a big gap between knowing and doing. Because mature, aware people are imperfect too. Or because some current event in our life may so absorb or depress us that when our children need us we cannot come through.”
—Judith Viorst (20th century)
“With my whole body I taste these peaches,
I touch them and smell them. Who speaks?
I absorb them as the Angevine
Absorbs Anjou. I see them as a lover sees,
As a young lover sees the first buds of spring
And as the black Spaniard plays his guitar.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)