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Quote from flaming infinity »Yeah, Wheel of Sun and Moon could stop it but idk how useful putting the cards on the bottom of your library is.
Quote from Ryperior74 »Reminds me of yawgmoth's agenda but better in a way
I don't see me using it too much only useful with creature stuff
Oh unless if wheel of sun and moon can counter the exile part though.
Quote from Spaz350 »Wow, that's funky. Part of me wants to find a weird, janky fluctuator deck that draws and dumps its library and the casts from the grave.
Quote from crumbcrispcoating »Hmm, the more I look at this the worse it is. If any card with cycling goes to your graveyard from say, Wheel of Fortune, discard, milling, Zombie Infestation etc. etc. etc., then it just gets exiled. Does this really seem worth it to be able to play maybe one or two cycling cards from your graveyard that generally aren't very good to begin with? I know there are a few great cycling cards, but let's face it, this is narrow.
Quote from theMarc »PSA to everyone who keeps forgetting about the Reserved List:
You're on a website dedicated to talking about MtG. You're only a few keystrokes away from finding out what cards are on the Reserved List. You're also only a few keystrokes away from finding out why some cards on the Reserved List got foil printings in FtV, as Judge promos, or whatnot, as well as why that won't happen again. Stop doing this.
Quote from crumbcrispcoating »I understand what you're saying, but say hypothetically you do build a deck that utilizes cycling, by the time the game is over you will be lucky to get enough value to have played more than 1 or 2 cycling cards total out of your graveyard. I dunno if it's worth it.
Quote from WarioDummyThicc »Question: With Fluctuator + Ash Barrens and Abandoned Sarcophagus can't you just get all the basic land cards and put them into your hand and discard them for damage with Seismic Assault? Or is there some mechanic I'm not seeing?
Quote from Eesha »quite an ironic necro-thread, if you think about it.