Quote from Samurai SoldierDude, if WotC included 100$ bills in packs people would complain about how they are folded.
Quote from WarEmblemMagic expansion symbols do not have retinas.
Quote from Jetfire911F(X,Y)= X+Y just some cards
F(X,Y)= XY synergy
F(X,Y)> XY combo
There mathematically defined, below defined by emotional response
doot doot doo : just some cards
hehe : synergy
OMFG PWN'D : combo
Quote from Ultima66Well what this means is that uncommons will be more consistently seen in limited, so I guess they want to put in a few more good commons for limited as well as make the powerful uncommons more readily available in draft.
It kind of makes sense considering that this will be the "3rd set" for draft, and therefore they want to encourage "more variety" by having more commons overall, as well as increasing the consistency of good uncommons.
Quote from AzerbaijanI agree. I personally don't play anything but lands in my decks, because almost everything else is hosed by Cancel.
Starting with the Lorwyn block, Wizards of the Coast is going to a two set block instead of a three set block.
Quote from fnordWOC 21615-D Magic The Gathering: Morningtide Booster Display (36) $143.64
WOC 21615-S Magic The Gathering: Morningtide Booster Pack $3.99
WOC 21616-D Magic The Gathering: Morningtide Theme Deck Display (12) $147.48
WOC 21616-S Magic The Gathering: Morningtide Theme Deck $12.29
WOC 21618 Magic The Gathering: Morningtide Fat Pack $34.99
Quote from Charm_Master3125are these prices right? they're jacking up the price of boosters by a dollar each? WTF?
Quote from ArKaiNmakes me wonder about how comercial the game's getting.
Quote from cheethorneTo play the game, you have to buy singles with sometimes crazy prices.
How much more commercial can you get than that?
Quote from ArKaiNIt makes me slightly worried that WotC keeps pushing draft. This combined with Cashseize and 4- expansion blocks makes me wonder about how comercial the game's getting.
Quote from charlequinThe MSRP for boosters has been $3.99 for like two years now.
Similarly: the game is in no way any more draft-focused than it has been for the last seven years, and four sets per year has been standard for the last five. None of this is new.
Quote from StoogeslapOnly 150 cards total in Morningtide... something's smells fishy... oh, it's the raw salmon in my fridge. Sets that small don't work out in the long run, look at Homelands and Fallen Empires; which were good for the first month they came out. I have a feeling that the set will be larger than that.
Quote from TyrannThe smaller set might be a nod to the collectors who've been complaining about the larger sets and have been falling behind as a result. Who knows?
Quote from rancored_elf
a) there are more cards to get than every before and
b) the game is as limited-focussed and digitally-focussed as it has ever been.