Quote from PeinOnslaught fetches are way more needed than zendikar fetches, ones go for 25$ and the others for 10$.
I just want people who redraft to admit this:
"I can't draft objectively unless I am able to guarantee that I receive at least 3 rares. I am also better than most average/new players so I want to make sure that I get the best rares and they end up with worse ones. I care more about the monetary value of cards than actually playing the game for decent prizes."
Quote from urzishraAre they? Seems like I do just fine with Zen fetches in Legacy. Running with duals, most of the time it doesn't seem to matter which fetch is out.
Quote from PeinIf you run blue/black for example you need the U/B fetch, right? What if your opponent plays turn 1 blood moon and you need a basic island and you have the B/W fetch? You lose? And this is just an example of many.
Quote from bLatchif they run a turn 1 blood moon it doesn't matter what color fetch you have... your fetch is a mountain.
Quote from PeinWho cares, with the money you make selling the fetchland you can buy 98% of the rares that exist.
Quote from GalspanicSome of us want a good product that we can actually play with. I have all the cards I need so with these I am looking for a well designed and well balanced set of decks. The financial value isn't the only value of these.
Quote from PeinIn response I sacrifice my fetch...?
Quote from TresserhornedNot if it's in your hand. You can respond to the blood moon itself with the fetch, but once blood moon is out, your fetch is a mountain as soon as it etb and there is no intervening time where you can sac it.
Blood Moon hoses nonbasics pretty hard.
Quote from XelopherisHow often do you see a turn 1 Blood Moon? You need a pretty godly hand to do it, and then your hand is usually lacking gas after that.
Quote from love_blanketThe problem with defining [EDH] by what is "fun" is that everyone seems to define fun as what they don't lose to. If you keep losing to easily answered cards, that means you should improve your deck. If you don't want to improve your deck, then you should come to peace with the idea that you are going to lose because you chose to not interact with better strategies.
Quote from PeinReally?? I surely didn't know that! I'll stop playing lands in my opponents turns then!
Quote from iNano78Can't remember if anybody already said this (long thread), but I fully expect all of the Ravnica "Hunted" creatures to show up:
Hunted Dragon Hunted Horror Hunted Lammasu Hunted Phantasm Hunted Troll
Hunted Horror is actually pretty sweet; you get a 7/7 trampler for BB (!), and if you can convince somebody not to attack you, you give them two pro-black 3/3's. Ditto for Hunted Phatasm (unblockable 4/6 for 1UU). Would be great to give those five 1/1 goblins to an opponent running Voracious Dragon... so long as s/he doesn't use them/it against you.
Quote from GixCertainly hope not... Just because EDH is a multiplayer format doesn't mean you can't 1v1 with them. All the "hunted" creatures are terrible in that regard, and I hope WotC realizes this.
Quote from TresserhornedIt's a multiplayer format, these are multiplayer cards. I fail to see the problem.