Quote from forgedinhell...Also, know what I can do if I really feel like it? I can Birthing Pod this into Obliterator on your turn
Quote from StarcrashYou strike me as one of those players who says "Sure Baneslayer is strong, but it dies so easily to Doom Blade." This is, you mock the weaknesses of cards (and probably other things) to feed your ego.
Standard has plenty of mana-fixing options at the moment, especially if you're running green (there are 2 sets of dual lands with the friendly colors - red and white, and 1 set of dual lands for black and blue). Sphere of the Suns and Manalith are both still in Standard. What makes you think 3 mana symbols out of 5 makes it so difficult to play?
Green just gained a new vigilant creature, which makes a total of 8 monogreen creatures now that have vigilance or can gain it through their own abilities (none of which are in Standard). And I'd happily play a 5/4 vigilant trampler for 5, which means I'd definitely play one that's hard to kill and nearly impossible to kill with infect. So please save the pessimism, and recognize the features this card has which are worthwhile.
Quote from Neros64They already said theres no more Masters Editions and they have no plan on bringing the power 9 to MTGO.
Quote from YamikiriEither some tinkering in the program files, or some maybe there's a setting.
Quote from chuy100It's fairly simple:
Save your deck before submitting itSwitch to the generic deck editorLoad your saved deckReplace the basic lands with any other basic lands in your collectionSave the new deckSwitch to the draft/sealed deck editorLoad your saved deckSubmit your deck with the custom basic lands