@thecravenone There's no comparison. Rallier recovers one land when it enters the battlefield, and then only if you have Revolt.
Crucible lets you lock out your opponents with Stripe Mine and Wasteland, and incidentally lets you fetch out lands every turn. That's what this Naga does.
I query whether this card finally makes Green Sun's Zenith make a serious dent in Vintage.
Pretty cool card. A 2/3 body for 3 isn't great, but in corner cases a Crucible that attacks is pretty good. I'd say that this is easier to remove, but these days there is the same, if not more, artifact removal instead of creature removal. Being a Naga Cleric doesn't help Cavern decks, so I hesitate to see a good fit right away. Noble Fish probably just would prefer jamming True-Name at the 3 drop spot instead of this.
Can we think of any time a Vintage-playable effect got legs and was worse? Seems to me every time they do this the effect gets better.
Magus of the Moon
Edilion of the Great Revel
Thalia, Guardian of Thraben