Quote from FuneralofGod »We simply shuffle the cube (that itself is not simple, for anyone who knows cube) then each draw our hands from the cube. So far we've done anywhere from 2-4 players (my cube is 240 cards). The cube is the communal deck, a single graveyard is shared, and the "owner" of card is considered to be whoever last controlled it. There are only nonbasic multicolor, multifunctional lands in the cube, and they are only maybe 15% of the entire cube, so a modified rule is that any player may place any card from their hand face down as a land card, and lands placed in this manner produce any color of mana.
It makes for quick games, crazy interactions (since everyone can be running 5-color), and unusual lines of play, since you need to consider that your opponents may reuse cards you dump into the graveyard if they get Snapcaster Mage or Unburial Rites.
Overall I give your thread a big fat +1.. great work
Quote from heroes182 »Isn't that just Stack?