Quote from migrena »Quote from Ryperior74 »But regular parter should be spotted in commander legendsIs there an official source of this information?
Quote from Ryperior74 »But regular parter should be spotted in commander legends
Quote from Manite »Besides, it wouldn't be the first time Zendikar introduced a tweak on Kicker.
Quote from Lectrys »I don't know whether Wizards will even attempt to depict Oko's shapeshifting on a card--maybe, just maybe, can he temporarily copy a creature or planeswalker or temporarily gain at least one loyalty ability of another planeswalker?
Quote from TearingEons »Third, I think he's going to be our first Sultai walker. The colors depicted on his art show this and his personality I can see as more of a Sultai bent due to the selfishness in there than Temur.
Quote from SpeedGrapher »Stoneforge Mystic means they might be reprinting it soon. Throne of Eldraine October 4th soon.
Quote from Gashnaw II »WotC may eventually print a BWG elf for you, but not likely and they will never do it in an EDH set.
Quote from Manite »In a random order, sure. The return effect still needs to be separate since the cards are being returned to a hidden zone.
Quote from Manite »"Otherwise" is used all the time on card templating. Just search "otherwise" in rules text on Gatherer.
Quote from Manite »
NAME, Maelstrom Wanderer XGUR
Legendary Creature — Elemental
~ enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters on it for each spell you've cast this turn.
For each card type, the first spell you cast this turn of that type gains cascade.
Whenever you cast a spell without paying its mana cost, put a +1/+1 counter on ~.
Quote from Manite »And finally, ~ has a new ability that shuffles all cards exiled with it into their respective owners' libraries if it leaves the battlefield. That's right, if. Not when. It isn't a trigger, it's part of the "leaves the battlefield" event. Whether your opponent destroys it, bounces it, exiles it, etc., you get your exiled cards back. No countering it, no replacing it, no shenanigans.
Quote from Our own Wiki »"Saproling" seems to be a generic term for small plant/fungus creatures rather than a specific species.