It's "Gah-ROOOOOOK!"Quote from FlossedBeaver »Isn't part of the charm of Magic arguing over how the made-up names are pronounced?
And I pronounce it Fibbel-thip.
Yes, I FULLY realize that. What I'm saying is that the current Oracle wording makes the card different in terms of gameplay than the original printing. See what ThyLordQ is saying.Asceticism is literally "creatures you control have hexproof."
Does this actually imply the Oracle text of Asceticism is functional errata? The original wording does not read that your creatures get hexproof. To me that would be:
Looking at recent price developments, money buys a lot less reserved list cards these days, making for pure unhappiness. I will probably never finish my Legends collection now.Quote from Dunharrow »Money does buy reserved list cards and that is just pure happiness.
Yeah, that card jumped extremely in value some days back due to it being an insta-kill with Professor Onyx. I'm amused I bought a foil some years back for the hefty price of 12 Euro-cents, and now it's like a €40 card (the foil)...
I wanted to say Zetalpa, Primal Dawn, but Rivals of Ixalan actually came out just before Dominaria (where you are probably thinking of Lyra Dawnbringer).Quote from Dontrike »Honestly, over the last few years is that true? What white removal was super efficient that wasn't a board wipe? What massive white soup creature was there since Dominaria? Blue seems to be getting far better removal and green tends to have far more efficient creatures that surpass white.