Quote from TwinSaisHate the Ravager art. Too cartoony which makes it not menacing at all. The old art is awesome.
Quote from Ajduk »''Heroes must win because they are heroes and heroes never lose''-WotC creative
Don't believe me? No problem. We will talk again in two-three years when Jace cures the phyrexian oil.
Quote from RandomGuy42Top is banned in Modern. You ain't seeing it in this set.
Quote from MonoBlackOut Countryside Crusher new art= Bane.
Quote from seisyllNow wait - what plane's this all on? The truck stop between Mirrodin and Lorwyn? (Needs more Kithin. Reprint Order of the Golden Cricket! Love that card in limited.)
Quote from The Big Dunksrabiah
Quote from KryptnytThat countryside crusher is a hugely improved artwork over the original! The affinity cards look awesome too. I'm hoping that we get a new token for Feudkiller's Verdict;
Because this one always made me sad when compared to the great art on the card itself.
Quote from DarkTemplarESP
People complain for everything... last week in my local store a boy bought a DGM pack, cracked a Voice of Resurgence, and he started to complain cause he wanted a Ral Zarek, people in store wanted to trade Ral Zarek into his VoR, and then he complained cause VoR is more expensive and bla bla bla
Quote from ShadowkillI don't see that here with the price point that stores are selling it at and the quality of cards present.
Quote from Target PlayerI usually like Kev Walker, but I'm not a fan of that ravager artwork.
However, Jim Murray did an intriguing job on Myr Enforcer.
Quote from FoxBatThe only reason the price point is high is because there's quality. Raise the quality further and the price only goes up with it. The only other solution is increased supply, which hopefully Wizards will consider the next go around.
Quote from LyracianI highly doubt that.
I have not purchased a booster (outside of pre-releases) since Zendikar and prices do not seem to have gone down. There are far too many players with far too much disposable income for a boycott by a minority to have any impact.
Quote from SavageBelI thought the spoilers were due to be complete tomorrow? There's a lot to be spoiled still..
Quote from EvincarCrovaxNo, there's still next week.
Quote from BCGamerNot only that but Wizards of the Coast is owned by Hasbro, a toy company. They have to make "X" amount of profit from every pack and with the success of the last few expansions Hasbro is probably telling WotC to milk the players for more money.