Quote from empathogenI'm surprised no one has said "fetches in Conspiracy!!1!" yet.
They aren't the most exciting Limited Rares,
but WotC are always looking for ways to sell casual products to non-casual players.
If you're hoping to build a cheaper deck,
you better get your copies of Karn Liberated now if you haven't already.
Ditto Wurmcoil Engine and Eldrazi.
Quote from TehGreaseSince we have all convinced ourselves that fetches are coming soon, in one way shape or form, what would you do if 2 years from now, we still don't have reprints of the fetches?
I plan to cry and be butthurt mostly. I plan to look at my UWR Modern deck that has everything it needs besides for fetches, and then yell at it for not being good enough.
Quote from YonekuraTrue I didn't think about life from loam so non-land seems better.
Black has sinkhole it only makes sense to give red the best LD card.
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Molten Earth (P/R)R - Instant
Destroy target land.
Quote from dotmatrixFrom the depraved mind of a crazy poster:
Until end of turn, creatures you control get +1/+1 for each attacking creature, and creatures your opponents control get -1/-1 for each blocking creature.
Quote from SuicufnocPatience - You may not draft this card unless this is the second time you've seen this pack.
Quote from jturphyYour entire point is that you can get duals or basics. That's not true in Standard where you can only get basics. When you can only get basics they are terrible fixing.
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Quote from A.J.GibsonKeeper of the Forgotten - 1BU
Creature - Human Cleric
T:Exile a non-land card from a graveyard with a number of time counters on it equal to it's converted mana cost. You control that card. It gains suspend.
My attempt at making mill more strategic. Combine with someone playing Path to Exile for true hilarity.
Quote from ValanarchFetchlands in Standard at the same time as DRS and Shocklands. Yes, that's a great idea. And let's not forget that that same format has Thoughtseize, Pain Seer, and Abrupt Decay. That is dangerously close to Modern BGx.
Quote from BaconCatBugNo, no it wouldn't. As someone who's first experience of MTG was Mirrodin era standard, Skullclamp needs to not only remain banned, but for WotC to hire Ninjas to physically destroy every single printed card.
Change the target of target spell with a single target.
Quote from awesomeandy
Golgari Grave-Troll cannot safely be unbanned and here is why- as already stated earlier in the thread ot will probably do nothing in modern and wizards knows this fact, but there is a chance that it will break with some unseen interaction. It is not a good enough card on its own right to be worth running in "fair" decks, but it's abilities are powerful enough in conjunction with other interactions that it could create a degenerate, and hard to interact with powerhouse that warps the format.
Deathrite Shaman should be banned if bbe is unbanned, I think this is the best approach should he be banned, but wizards could just give him the axe on the principle of its shear power allone. It fits in literally every BGX deck. This card is a combination of Birds of Paradise, Grim Lavamancer, and Scavenging Ooze. Decks that could include any one of these three creatures could almost as easily run Deathrite Shaman, in witch case that makes this tho most powerful common card amung all BGX decks, witch could merrit it the ban.