Seeing the old frames is really cool. But as I was playing Magic when Time Spiral block was the new hotness I am not too sure if I want to get a box.... I may even pass on most of the singles.
Is this really going to be a full reprint set? Like a Masters set?
Starting to feel the humdrum I felt in my youth when a Core set was released over the summer. Even w/ the new Core sets there are "new" cards.
Call this just a bunch of complaining but nothing so far seams all that exciting. The only thing worth it (to me) will be picking up singles of cards while the fresh of the press prices are low(er).
How's everyone else feeling about this set? Feel free to gripe, praise, judge and whatnot here. But as usual, please keep the arguing to a minimum & please be respectful of others opinions. Remember, opinions are like anus's: everyone has one and usually it stinks.
It's an all-reprint set, according to Gavin Verhey (source: Twitter).
Given that, they should have better timeshifted cards. Doesn't seem like a whole lot value in the shifted cards, not really any chase as in previous sets. The timeshifted stuff doesn't even seem that good IMO.
I am just praying for something redeeming among the artifacts, lands & multicolored, This time I think it is really bizarre how the previews are color-orgsnized.
Maybe there's a surprise in wait for us... Only time will tell, as long as it doesn't spiral out of control, lol...
I think it would be cool to have the enemyfetches in old Onslaught style boarder as time shifted, but that seems like too good of a cycle for this kind of set. That or Sensei's Divining Top and/or the SwordCycle in artifacts. Wishful thinking, I know.