Quote from Evil Never Dies »So the happily ever after ending is real after all.
This story is a utter trash.
Apocalypse and Time Spirale are masterpieces of drama and tragedy compared to this.
This war was a joke the whole time.
Quote from The Decepticon »With this weeks announcement, Arena is being pushed to the forefront, rendering the old platform useless. Youre pretty much up a creek with no paddle
Quote from Decadent Command »Hi All,
I was just curious what are the best options people have to sell their MTGO collection for Cash?
I've been looking around but all the big traders from what I've seen do not appear to be buying collections for $ anymore.
And does anyone know why the change? I've sold online cards for money before, I'm caught off guard by this change.
Quote from Stoogeslap »Saw in the wiki article that there are only 4 of each promo release... what's the use of even making the promos known. No one (outside of the 4 who own them) will use them. They are not aloud in any format (would your play group even allow them?).
Feels like another way for the select few to say "Na-na-na-na, looook what I have..." I dunno... can't wrap my mind around the notion of making them known.
Quote from darrenhabib »I just watched a video of Corbin Hosler playing a Mono-Red Token Combo deck for Modern, and I think one of these in the deck would be really good. Nice way to keep the mana following. The deck has 4 x Reforge the Soul.
Quote from LucidVision »So, no doubt the card is good and cubeable in a power cube.
What I'm curious about is how good will it be assuming you cannot grab ancestral recall or time walk with it?
If it's not, I'm not a huge fan of a card that makes your already broken decks more broken, but won't see much play outside of that.
I expect the utility of grabbing a spell that suits the scenario is worth it, but I'm not sure. Grabbing X spells, or a swords to plowshares, or a chart a course.
I'm gonna test it , but if it turns into a "Do I have recall/timewalk/mind twist? Play it. Do I not? Sideboard" I'll cut it pretty fast.
Quote from steve_man »Very Recruiter-ish, but I think this is borderline even for a powered cube. There aren’t too many high end spells in 1-2 cmc. Although they search for different things, I’d much rather cube Trinket Mage over this in a powered setting. I also think Supreme Will does a lot of what this card wants to do. Recruiters are proactive cards in proactive decks, Spellseeker is a proactive tutor that wants to be in reactive decks.