Old or Modern Card Frames? - Single Choice
Quote from QuackerI like the old frames. I agree with previous posters who said it has more of a fantasy feel to it. I guess that's why I like old 70's and 80's book covers, like Choose your Adventure.
Quote from PhyrexianExileI think I've learned to treat Magic cards like baseball cards: keep 'em in a binder in numerical order, don't play with 'em, try to finish the set and just keep my head down.
Quote from AsianHammerIt seems too CG to be an MTG illustration.
Quote from Snow-FurGuys guys, I've GOT it: FtV... TOKENS.
Quote from markslackDisagree. Harry Potter will be Alice in Wonderland in fifty years.
Quote from CommonsBtw. FACT: Magic Cards not on the Reserved list aren't collectable
Quote from ValarinTrade cards are like Linux: They're free, as long as you value your time at $0
Quote from MaxTheVoolAnyhow, the best I can come up with myself is a game in the top 8 of a PTQ back during Urza block in which we were starting game 3 with time already expired, so the tiebreaker rule was that whoever had more life after 3 turns would win. And I lost to... healing salve.
Quote from UW_control »I know this is an old thread, but I just got back into MTG a couple months ago after having last played when the old card frames were still being used and just thought I'd add my thoughts to this thread rather than create a new one.
I think the new frames are cleaner and easier to read, but the old frames had a more fantasy/mysterious look to them, and were overall more enjoyable to look at and play with.