Quote from Hyrkh »Based on my list it doesn't like it, but I do love me some combo's so that's always something I'll be looking into. For 0 costs artifacts I guess you mean cards like Ornithoper and Memnite?
Quote from thatmarkguy »Magma Spray was so dominant it needed its CMC doubled?
Quote from The Fluff »I'm surprised this thread is still going on. If Teferi is a real problem, then he would have been banned long ago like the Rampaging Ferocidon in Standard. In Modern there are so many answers for him.
Quote from Forgotten One »You can probably put any green enchantment from pre-Onslaught on this list. Cards like Aluren, Awakening, City of Solitude, Concordant Crossroads, Dual Nature, Eladamri's Vinyard, Fecundity, Game Preserve, Kavu Lair, Ley Line, Living Plane, Oath of Druids, Titania's Song, Upwelling, Vernal Equinox, etc. all help your opponents. Green has gotten away from its enchantments helping everyone for the most part, but occasionally it still crops up in new cards like Primal Vigor, Seed the Land, etc. There are even several cards from that era that allow your opponents to activate the ability like Saproling Cluster, Ifh-Bíff Efreet, and Squallmonger (although to be fair, almost every color has some of these sprinkled in some of the earlier sets).
Of course, on top of that there are the more traditional Group Hug cards like Rites of Flourishing, Heartbeat of Spring, Weird Harvest, New Frontiers, etc. that probably help the good decks too much relative to the underpowered decks. I guess a lot of what you might want to include depends on what angle you want to attack or exploit to try and accomplish what you are looking for.
Quote from TheAmericanSpirit »Certain cards like the now-banned trade secrets and evolutionary escalation create a Two Horse Race scenario, in which two players are so far ahead that the other X players don't really matter. This is technically less unfavorable than traditional group hug because quickly eliminating the other ahead player virtually guarantees victory over the other two left behind in a 4 player pod.
Quote from RiverWolf13 »I have made such a list. Haven’t posted it yet, but I call this kind of deckbuilding ‘Fist Bump’ rather than ‘Group Hug’. I‘ll try to finalize and link later.