I have created several variant decks in the deck builder which, for various reasons, I'd like to delete. Is there any way to do that, or are they going to be clogging up the My Decks list forever?
Sorry for the super late reply on this, but senior staff just got the ability to remove decklists. If you don't see the option as a button next to the name of the deck (try editing, as well), please just PM me a list of what you want gone and I'll take care of it.
This would only be legal in legacy and vintage and I wouldn't recommend it. You would be playing against really powerful permission spells (free counterspells) and creatures, also crazy efficient mana bases. Just to point out a few things. If you are interested in trying your hand at tournament play I would recommend doing some research and starting out in standard. Manage your expectation a little starting out too. I know a couple of players who went in confident from positive kitchen table experience and got trounced at there first tournament and gave up because they started with sky high expectations of themselves. It's a bit of a learning curve!
I just wanted to throw out there that I think mtg had missed an opportunity for to make some good cool fateful hour angles.
I doubt they will go back to innistrad anytime in the near future, and even if they did I doubt we will see fateful hour make a come back. Honestly didn't seem like a popular ability. I'm the only one I know who has a deck built around it and it has its weaknesses.
I made a black/white deck around it that I absolutely love. I like to call it my emo deck because I hurt myself to win, but its packed full of ways to keep me alive when my health is low. Fateful hour makes the deck really take off once my health is low.
But with all the mechanics of that block I think mtg missed out on making an angel with fateful hour. It could be really bad ass and potentially game saving. Seeing as an angel could come in and save the day.
I picked up a foil Silver Seraph and noticed that it has a watermark. After much investigation, I learned that foils from Judgment pulled from packs were all watermarked in the lower left corner with the WOTC symbol.
However, there are many foils from Judgment which don't have the watermark. What is the difference between the cards? Where did the non-watermark foils come from? Price-wise they sell for exactly the same and are not considered to be different card printings on the secondary market. Is there a resource that has explicitly differentiated these card types I could review somewhere on this site?