Quote from HeartworkThere's 1 hit for Sword, two hits for War, and two hits for Peace. Just sayin'.
Quote from Tylert_fri see 2 hits for first, 0 for double, 3 for strike.
Does anyone have any idea on what could use the extra strike hit?
Quote from ludd_gangI have to say it is very confusing that the Mirran orb has a Phyrexian picture while the Phyrexian orb has a Mirran picture.
Quote from RevanTheEmperorSo there is no Karn. On either side
Did we ever get confirmation that Tezzeret will be the only unaffiliated card?
If not, I'm calling it now, Karn will be unaffiliated. In one of those guide booklets from the fatpacks (don't remember which one) it says Karn is fighting the corruption, so since the fate of Mirrodin is not yet decided in Besieged, neither is the fate of Karn. He'll probably be something like "Karn, the undecided" and in New Phyrexia probably become Karn, Father of Machines.
Quote from Cr4v3m4nSo I think theres reasonable cause to speculate that there may be a phrexian aligned manland. We have some results for:
Becomes - 1
Still - 1
Land - 3
Until - 1
End - 9
Turn - 11
What are everybody elses opinion on this?
Quote from BurnfFrom a couple posts it seems these are likely:
Sword of Feast and Famine G+B
Sword of War and Peace R+W
Quote from preppypoofplease read all of the posts before posting. sword of war and peace was proven to be impossible (peace strider uses both instances of the word "peace").
Quote from Burnf if peace is taken, that likely means the it's the Sword of Feast and Famine and oddly it's mirran.
Quote from urzassedativesA 40 dollar mythic rare would constitute a must have 4 of that goes in many decks.
Quote from FeatherHarvEstWhy can't Karn's card simply be The Father of Machines? Indicating alack of identity that he must be feeling right now... A theory, nothing more =]]
Quote from ludd_gangInteresting thought occurred to me: Unaffiliated cards.
Will unaffiliated cards be found in the faction-only packs at the pre-re?
Quote from CrownclownThere will proabably be Not Tez in packs simply to make people buy more packs. Think what makes them more money.
Quote from BurnfAh. Just about to say that one of these swords can't be in the set, because keyword protection only shows up twice on the Mirran side and once on the phyrexian. Since we know about the crusaders, that means the sword is Mirran if in the set at all. The mirrans also have enough color keywords bouncing around to make any combination of color protections, but! if peace is taken, that likely means the it's the Sword of Feast and Famine and oddly it's mirran.