Quote from wtwlf123Oh crap, your cube is unpowered. My bad. He shuts off moxen and fast mana in addition to all the common walkers and equipment and stuff. He's likely not as good in the early game in this cube. Carry on!
Quote from wtwlf123I'll maindeck Revoker in most every deck. Especially a beatdown one.
Quote from HagalazYMG should be familiar to many players, even those not from that region, even some that don't even play magic. Not only was it a hugely successful team with multiple pro tour presences (which turned into hall of fame presences), but it also had V:TES tournaments many years ago.
Quote from asmallcatMake a "transform" cube.
The front of all the cards is scorned villager
The back is a completely random card (including sorceries, instants, lands, etc). Play and see what happens when they transform!
Quote from HoodedPumpkinNo, as long as you are not swapping cards it would still not be against the rules in any way at all.
People can ask advice and get advice even while deck building, even in tourney situations.
If it is distracting other people, then you might get someone giving you a nudge or something.
Quote from PhyrexianExileJust a question that sort of fits in this vein...at our first draft, my lady-friend wanted to ask me a couple of questions about what she had drafted just after finishing the actual draft and right before play began, as everyone was assembling their decks. We were quietly having this conversation after stepping away from our respective tables.
Is this frowned upon? She's still a card-slinger in training and just wanted a bit of advice...but I certainly don't want to doom myself or her in the process and get into trouble with my LGS.
Quote from KryptnytVampire Nighthawk is an incredibly aggressively costed cheap flier in a color that is supposed to have overcosted or drawbacked small fliers. It's one of the biggest culprits in years.
Angelic Arbiter has a very blue effect.
Archon of Justice can remove lands, something white usually has trouble with.
Benalish Veteran has a suspiciously green ability, as does Crusader of Odric.
Duskmantle Prowler is an abomination of random off-color nonsense.
Elderscale Wurm does something I'd expect a white card to do.
Gem of Becoming. I'm counting this as a Grixis one.
Someone take over from //gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Search/Default.aspx?page=10&action=advanced&set=|[%22Magic%202010%22">|[%22Magic%202011%22]|[%22Magic%202012%22]|[%22Magic%202013%22]"]here.