3 years ago ::
Jan 02, 2010 - 9:15PM
3 years ago ::
Jan 07, 2010 - 1:38AM
Any thoughts on Clear The Land
? I know it's horrible in the mirror, but was curious if it had been tested at all and anything concrete determinted about it. I can see it being a bit iffy, but if nothing else any lands you get that you didn't want right now won't be drawn. It may be better in a deck with more dustbowls... Perhaps part of a sideboard package.
3 years ago ::
Jan 25, 2010 - 12:47PM
May 21, 2009
does Unstable Frontier work with Glacial Chasm
ie before the cumlitive upkeep goes off turn it into a basic land.
3 years ago ::
Sep 27, 2010 - 7:08AM
Sep 15, 2008
tutors for Engineered Explosives
, Tormod's Crypt
, Chalice of the Void
, Zuran Orb
, Mox Diamond
and all the other lands. Academy Ruins
is surprisingly easy to set up for this deck, and once the combo's been set up and done once, ready to be repeated, you've won.
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You clearly overestimate my cognitive skills by assuming that I could have accumulated that knowledge independently.
Okay, I'll be sure not to make that kind of assumption in the future.
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The explanation given was that since land cards represent mystical bonds to far-off places rather than actual tangible things like creatures and other permanents, a person might have more than one memory of an area, or different mages could forge a bond to different parts of a place, etc. and that simply being a unique location doesn't necessarily mean that a land card has to be legendary.
"I remember my days as a schoolboy at the Tolarian Academy ..."
"Really? I went there too-"
"Wait don't- Well ****, there goes my childhood."
I was clearly wrong about Dragon_Whelp, he clearly is a jerk.
Allow me to extrapolate—regular game play, as defined by WotC, is tournament play. As such, Casual, EDH, Planechase, and all that other stuff is irregular Magic; if Magic at all.
So the next time someone says Competitive Constructed decks are not the only decks that count in Constructed (Casual Constructed), then I can gleefully point to the definition set forth by WotC and say that Competitive Constructed is in deed the only ones that count, and that they are playing some irregular form of Magic.
Dragon, just don't argue with Hovercraft. He's his own Legacy metagame.
One with Nothing is the third iteration in an attempt to make Black Lotus fair:
Black Lotus : That's too good, we need to tone it down.
Lion's Eye Diamond : Dammit, players are still using it in a very broken manner!
One with Nothing : Alright! We got it now.
What happened to the really fun cards? Well you see a long long time ago the earth was ruled by dinosaurs. They were big so not a lot of people went around hassling them. Then a giant meteorite struck the earth, good bye dinosaurs. But what if the dinosaurs weren't all destroyed? What if the impact of that meteorite created a parallel dimension where the dinosaurs continue to thrive and evolve into intelligent vicious aggressive beings? What if they found a way back? ....wait that's not what happened to the fun cards that's the intro to the mario brothers movie. Get those two confused all the time, my bad.
It's a folllow-up on the Priceless Treasures, Deadly Perils idea. See, what happened was, you got the packs that the Eldrazi had already gotten to--the had annihilated everything but the land itself.
In fall, expect to open some packs and find cards covered in goopy, black oil.
It's all about the marketing angle, people.