Quote from Highroller
That's because your friends are jerks.
Quote from onewheelwizzardI have a feeling Sanctums are going to be had to move for the people who bought in. I grabbed a playset for 40 bucks 6 months ago on eBay (probably the only time I have spent that kind of money purely on a tip from this forum) and nobody's wanted them since then. With the recent spike I feel basically locked into them, they just went from "difficult" to "impossible" as far as using them as a trade resource in my area and I have a feeling that I'll either buckle and get a Moat so I can actually, you know, use them, or buylist them out as 40% of retail because they're not putting up results and major dealers are too savvy to give me more.
There's always the chance that they actually do start winning Legacy events but I am not holding my breath.
Quote from RaverBuild around me cards are limited by the cards surrounding it. Hence build-around-me. She just doesn't have any good support. Maybe if she read whenever you gain life, you put that many +1/+1 counters on each creature, I could see that being used more because the odds of you gaining life more than once in one turn just doesn't seem likely unless you plan to go infinite with reckoner.
Quote from IgzexI prefer Dragonspeaker Shaman and Seething Song as the 3 drops in a casual dragon deck.
Though I must say it really makes a Pyroclasm resolution funnier.
Quote from Sam I amThey should print Snow duals
Quote from leslakactually some of the dragons play well in modern and some in casual and EDH
in modern Progenitus plays well with Polymorph and in legacy play in show and tell and Oath of Druids/Defense of the Heart decks
Quote from UnderwaterGuySo far the only people complaining about the land rule are the people that misunderstood the rules.
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EDIT: Mox Opal is actually pretty good now..
Quote from EncendiFoils: These are generally better prices than you find on eBay. Be careful when using eBay to evaluate foils, since oftentimes SCG will give you a better estimate since they have a larger supply.
There's a lot of ways someone can screw you over with SCG, and it's difficult to avoid- especially when foils are involved. If you try to use eBay, there are even more ways to be screwed so if you're in between, I'd suggest SCG since they give a decent representation of the market; occasionally better than TCG but not very often.