Quote from 5colors »Or to save card slots all 4 on one UBR Amass centered card.
Quote from Yandere Sliver »Land tokens have a similar issues (which also was pointed out by Maro). This is why there are currently no cards that can produce land tokens.
Quote from clan_iraq »I asked Maro about this concept once,. He said R&D had played around with the idea when tackling the issue of too-much-shuffling, and discovered that it wasn't feasible because players would constantly forget to take the 'wished' lands out of their deck after the game, same problem with token lands. Even if hypothetically it saves shuffle time, in practice it caused a lot of headaches.
What I came up with and asked him about- and never got a response- was why they couldn't do 'half-size' token lands, using perforated punchcards on tokens so that you can put two lands on a single card print and then tear them apart and use them as two tokens. That way it would never get shuffled back into a deck. Well I brought that up years ago, and then later we got the perforated cut-outs for amonkhet. Maybe there's a chance?
Quote from void_nothing »I like Algae Fen in concept; I think it's a safe idea for a drawbackless fetch simply because there is a drawback; that is, committing sideboard slots to lands. (Then again, it still gets shocklands, so eesh. Maybe it does need a drawback?)
I'm not keen on fetchable utility lands. Yes, even with abilities as narrow as that. I know the better-than-basic rule is occasionally sorta broken, but like the Kamigawa cycle, I think stuff like this should at least be legendary.
Quote from MoonliteKnight »
The judge issued proxies are referring to the card is only printed as a foil, thus having potential to stick out in decks. The judge can issue you proxies at the start of the event in place of them, but you still have to own and have the copies with you when you play.
Quote from Volrath »So. When can we a expect commander B&R list update? Can't wait to see paradox engine go.
Quote from Crabladewing »The stained glass version must be the planeswalker masterpieces hidden in the booster boxes. I bet.
Quote from BlazingRagnarok »
Unsurprising, since that's highly consistent with how they've handled planeswalkers. There has never been a reprint of a planeswalker in an expansion set. All planeswalker reprints have either occurred in a reprint-heavy booster like Masters and core sets, in a preconstructed deck, or in the form of a promo, such as SDCC or mythic edition.
Quote from void_nothing »I think it can survive buying a bunch of uncommons.