Quote from wtwlf123You can still play a sanctioned cube draft using a list that has 20 fetches in it though. I don't think there's a defined set of rules for building a cube like there is for what constitutes a "legal" EDH deck for sanctioned play, is there?
Quote from cuttups »Sanctioned by who?
Quote from cuttupsEven Wizards of the Coast considers Cube a singleton format:
"One of the projects I've had the opportunity to use that voice on is the Magic Online Cube. Cubing is the art of designing and developing a large, singleton set from existing cards—typically among the most powerful ever printed—for use in various Limited formats, especially Draft."
And the beloved Gleaming the Cube article from Sam Gomersall states that cube is a singleton format as well:
Quote from Salmo »It's just about reasonable expectations.
Quote from ToadI don't think Wizards has a definition for Cube as a sanctionned format. It is possible to sanction Cube games even if the Cube is not a singleton, which clearly means Wizards does not limit Cube to singleton. Otherwise Cube would be defined in the Tournament Rules, as are defined a bunch of other formats.
Quote from whydirtObviously the way you maintain the singleton rule is to just make custom functional reprints with new names.
Quote from Antknee42Why isn't supporting a strategy like 2010 Survival decks a good use of multiples to you? No restrictions, right? Don't the cards you mentioned work even better with Vengevines, btw?
Also, having multiple Intuitions would make me want to have a set of AK's.