Quote from SilvosRogueElemental »The actual reason is just that people are buying up everything on the reserved list to sit on it for a while and unload it all once people have money again. My source? Myself. I’m doing that. I’ve bought a lot of reserved list cards in the last 5 months. I have very solid positions on quite a few reserved list cards.
Quote from Xcric »i don't see the point in ormos's ability
either i'm winning on the spot with lab man/jace/thassa's oracle or i'm losing from drawing while there's no cards. the **** is a 10/10 gonna do for me?
his draw ability though, that's ******* great in edh... just not at that casting cost.
i will never say no to more rhystic studies, i'm starting to run out of them.
Quote from Elostirion(again) »T4feri is in one of these decks.
Hello empty slot in many boxes at LGS's and lower price on the remaining?
Quote from Werewolf_Rawr »So is the point of her having 3 completely different cards to show off her wide array of abilities? The first two seemed pretty close to each other, both being mana dorks based on combat.
This card feels like it could've been any other creature and they just tacked her name on it because it's easy. The art even has nothing to do with the card kind of like it was back in the old days.
Quote from ilovesaprolings »Can i order the trigger as i want? Can i copy my creature first and the return it to my hand?
Quote from clan_iraq »I want to sound an alarm here that this could be another sleeper "ruins your standard" card. Courser of Kruphix was a powerful value engine that saw a lot of play. This is similar value engine, better aggressive body worse defensive and less information revealed. But its also stapled to an end-game win condition. Its like you take your courser's draw package and give it an ability rivaling spawnsire of ulamog. Yikes. Because decks with cards like growth spiral, uro, titan of nature's wrath and this will have no problems accelerating out land drops, and 6 lands turns this into a 9/9 first strike, but once it hits that critical 12th land you suddenly get a ridiculous 27/27 first strike that can end the game in one attack. Yeah, no evasion, no protection, but it seems extremely dangerous to have an already efficient draw/ramp pieces that's equivalent to a previous all-star card and staple a mana dump that wins you the game onto it. It would be like if they reprinted Priest of Titania but gave it a fireball activated ability