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 Manite »Little John, Friar Tuck, and Will Scarlet?
Quote from Mishotem »Is white becoming secondary/tertiary in random effects?
Quote from boombox_smk »I like it, but I have to say I don't like that they have to add Haste in the characteristics of each token. Couldn't it just say:
create a red and white creature tokens with those characteristics and haste, or ...with haste and those characteristics?
Quote from frozenfeenx »
"There's three ways to do things. The right way, the wrong way, and the R way!"
"Isn't that the wrong way?"
"Yeah, but faster!"
Quote from Sephon19 »This random effect is kind of interesting in that each token is similarly powerful, meaning the decks that want this don't have to worry much about power discrepancy. That said, I think the base cost (4 mana) is too high for this effect.
Quote from Neuroticneurok »And you don't have to exile them? Not bad! Will work nicely with the Naya Populate deck that just came out.
Bit weird the Cleric token has worse defensive stats than the Rogue but whatever.
Quote from MostWorthlessUser »@TheOnlyOneNumber: I get how you cheat with coins, but assuming it rolls over a few times, how do you cheat with (non-loaded) dice?
Quote from Lectrys »Quote from MostWorthlessUser »@TheOnlyOneNumber: I get how you cheat with coins, but assuming it rolls over a few times, how do you cheat with (non-loaded) dice?
I think I can figure out how to cheat with fair dice.
Ask for a d20 since those are common in MTG environments. Get one. Find that 20 is not divisible by 3, figure you need the life, then assign 7 die numbers to the 3/1 and 2/1 and only 6 die numbers to the 1/2. Roll the die a bunch of times and watch as people eventually catch on that you don't get 1/2's as often.