Quote from JuiceBOX »I still have not seen a single justifiable reason for banning them. Being cringe isn't really a valid reason. Ruining the format is a pretty bold claim.
Quote from Craterallus »This is like a huge gentrifying moment. It's like when Grunge hit top of the Pops. It became something that was a mockery of itself and it had to die.
Quote from Xcric »Whatever hide behind rule zero about it some more
Quote from TheOnlyOne652089 »So far i could buy basically all the singles i am interested in for each set for just around 50 bucks , even foils, Magic was never cheaper as its now, if you dodge and avoid all the fancy "expensive" special products that nobody really needs anyway
Quote from JuiceBOX »I think people are completely overreacting here.
Quote from Simto »I want the tokens, but nothing else.
Quote from Borealis »Zendikar is a D&D-inspired plane as it utilized traps, allies, and quests. Then later utilizing classes and parties as a focus.
Ravnica is a D&D-inspired plane from the concept of Sigil while having Slavic roots.
Forgotten Realms is just a D&D plane.
As for the matter of unique IPs on cards, gee you mean like these attached images of alters? Technically an alter is more of a rare and personalized thing than a secret lair. While Wizards is shotgunning for anything you could wnat, you could just pay an alter artist to make you one. And in doing so you are supporting the community.