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I like Fengraf in decks that don't have much creature recursion, but can get back the land easily. Mono-U/R could see use of this card. The interaction with Sun Titan and Crucible is pretty nice too.
Being a $0.10 common is also appealing for pauper/extreme budget decks.
It sort of reminds me of its artifact cousin Buried Ruin, but of course, Ruin doesn't have that icky random part attached.
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Quote from klducksI actually ran this card in Azusa before i dismantled it because it was "too good" for my liking. In the deck, any sort of utility land that gave me an added bonus was slotted. In the deck, all the creatures were "kill me now or die" threats so the randomness didnt matter. All i needed was a threat to bring back to reestablish board position. All in all, it helps prevent running out of gas which is very good for the cost of a colorless land.
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From MLD, to pitching/looting, to sac effects, there's a lot of reasons you could want to run this card. So how would you use it?
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