Currently I am trying to build a local community playing 93/94 oldschool using the eternal central rules.
Anyone else have any luck in their local communities?
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Jul 11, 2017Considering the name and the timing of the printing, part of me feels like this is going to be a who's who of non reserved list goodies.Posted in: Speculation
Force of will
Jace the mindsculptor
Liliana of the veil
Oath of druids
Through the breach
Oct 16, 2016Mortician posted a message on Kaladesh: Worst Set Since Homelands, or Worst Set Ever?Posted in: New Card Discussion
There was a pro tour event where they required all decks to have a minimum of 5 cards from each set, Fallen empires, Fourth, ice age, alliances, chronicles, homelands and mirage. The most commonly played cards from homelands were Serrated arrows, Memory lapse, Merchant scroll, Cemetery Gate (2B, 0/5 pro black wall), Autumn Willow and Eron the relentless.
Sep 15, 2016Mortician posted a message on Assembly workers = Obvious Mishra's Factory Reprint?yeah, but the plans for his type pf factory could clearly be an inspiration for factories.Posted in: Speculation
Sep 15, 2016Mortician posted a message on Assembly workers = Obvious Mishra's Factory Reprint?It easily fits into the number crunch, and would be a great old card for this world.Posted in: Speculation
Who else is hoping for Mishra's factory?
Jun 1, 2016Posted in: New Card Discussion
We all had cards we expected to see in EMA, here are a few I expected and why-
Grim tutor, imperial seal, imperial recruiter,ravages of war, rolling earthquake, three visits, xiahao dun, and others
these cards badly need an reprint and are popular across all formats hey are legal in.
Mana Vault/grim monolith-
Needed almost as much as mana crypt, just more readily available, but not by much. expect these two to climb in price with no reprints.
what were you expecting?
May 26, 2016Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Both sets of creatures seems even.more likely to me. Chainer goes well with the reanimator theme too
May 26, 2016With sneak attack, natural order and a reanimator subtheme, along with gaps in every color at the right space leads me to say that the likelihood of the prophecy avatar cycle being printed in this set is pretty high.Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Wizards needs crap rare fatties and they are good for it.
May 20, 2016I could see them printing new CIPT legendary quad basic duals. They would likely be too slow for combo, even if they fix color requirements for little pain.Posted in: Custom Card Creation
They would be useful in vintage and possibly legacy.
May 17, 2016Posted in: SpeculationQuote from Nightshade1233 »Quote from Dontrike »
Urza seems more 4 color than 5. Was he ever shown doing a lot with white mana, or any of the white characteristics?
Well... All his war and preparations against Phyrexia was for the good of the whole multiverse, so it could be argued that he had the good of the collectivity in mind... No matter the cost.
Anyway, Urza already has a card: Blind Seer is actually Urza in disguise.
If we are talking howght of his power, Urza would have to be all 5 colors. Multiple spells he utilized across the books would indicate access to all 5 colors of mana, also having urza's lens for additional color requirements.
If we are talking before he began a planeswalker, before the end of the war, Primarily we see him using red and blue. In the story he laid waste to a forest for its resources. His brother primarily used white and black spells thematically, but he was represented by a UBR creature.
Very complicated when dealing with retcons, recons, romcoms and voltrons
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