Quote from Gashnaw II »Quote from Wizmin »Hopefully the populate decks have at least 2 of the token doubling enchantments in them since they're all way over priced
If anything it will most likely provide Parallel lives. People do not want a another G/W deck so i doubt they will do that (Even if populate is a G/W keyword.)
As for brawl, only thing that will get me to buy the decks is if it contains enough card i feel hold value, and hold a brand new PW. I got the global series for the Pws. I bought three of teh four c18 decks (two were for the PWs and a few interesting cards inside)
Quote from Wizmin »Hopefully the populate decks have at least 2 of the token doubling enchantments in them since they're all way over priced
Quote from Spaz350 »Well, she's just bound to be best friends with Judith, isn't she? Mardu token aristocrats?
Quote from CasualCalamity1 »Ok someone please tell me I am wrong here. If I have Brudiclad and Precursor Golem on the field, and enough mana to play Cackling Counterpart twice (once before and once after Brudiclad turns all my tokens into copies of the copied Precursor Golem), I can attack with 108 golems. If I calculated this correctly, I will need to start building this deck immediately.
Quote from Marquisd »http://news.toyark.com/2018/02/17/toy-fair-2018-hasbro-magic-gathering-288666#images
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Things of Note Teferi and Chandra are the two Planeswalker decks for Dominaria, Chandra's is R/G and Teferi's W/U that doesn't meant the planeswalkers are those colours neccessarily, but they could be.
Also Tezzeret's PW deck for M19 seems to be mono blue. We could be looking at another Tezzeret pre Bolas
Quote from DementedKirby »Well, EDH is all about blowout plays so I'm glad that Deepglow Skate and Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder share the wealth. As for Skyship Plunderer, I guess that it's main purpose is to double energy counters on a player. Now, it could also be used in an infect deck in order to double the poison counters on the opponent. So I guess it's not entirely awful. However, in a proliferate deck it's not that appealing. It is a pretty good uncommon, though for other formats.
Quote from Charlito »I'd be fine with a partial victory, never a total victory on Amonkhet. I understand Bolas is supposed to be the ultimate villain, with virtually no way to defeat him, but wasn't Ajani already partially victorious at the end of the Alara block? Also, we know for the sake of storytelling, someday, somehow, someone is going to take Bolas down. Its the fate of every evil villain in a story that involves heroes, and all we are doing is complaining about who actually gets to do it. Does it matter if the Gatewatch does it, perhaps after many more years of experience? I personally feel that all the Gatewatch will do on Amonkhet is figure out what Bolas's aims are and that's it, maybe slow him down a bit, but no further.
Also, Emrakul being trapped really really can't be considered a victory. Sure Innistrad is temporary safe in a sense, but consider the losses. There were thousands of deaths, the loss of Avacyn, Sorin's entrapment, Thraben's possible destruction, the fates of many main characters (Thalia, Sigarda, Arlinn, etc.) mostly unknown, Emrakul's brood possibly being still active, werewolves making a comeback, the flight of nightmares coming into being and the loss of the majority of angels, the murders caused by the Lunarch inquisition, plus a lot more. Yep, a total victory I'd say. Furthermore, from Emrakul's perspective, she got everything she wanted. The world wasn't ready for her, so she wanted a place to wait, and the Gatewatch provided her with the perfect way to do it. From the Gatewatch's perspective, a possible victory, but they have no way of knowing.