Quote from DarkKaosKnightYou can't trust the FFL, they're the same people that allowed Faeries, Jund, Caw-Blade, etc. out to ravage their respective standard environments. I've seen Encroaching Wastes once and that was in MTGO's Just for Fun room in a casual match where it wasn't even used. That was just a terrible choice.
Quote from AlkarosI think it's more of the having to remember to tell the other person to gain life. It's often forgotten and what not.
Quote from sisorusSo I bought the cards for my first draft of a decklist just to realise that it's downtime right now. What a bummer I'm really excited to try the deck. I ordered a singleton Glittering Wish too because it seems like a neat idea with Wheel of Sun and Moon, a Kitchen Finks and Fracturing Gust in the SB :>
I can't wait to durdle around a bit with my pile
P.S.: I decided to play no Groves and Noble Hierarchs for now, simply because those two cards are just insanely expensive. I hope that won't make the deck all that much worse.
Quote from AvatarofBroNo offense, but that kind of seems like a terrible reason to share information with everyone. It also sounds like you want people to doubt you, so you can rub it in their faces later. Nonetheless, I'm happy you chose to share this information with us, and I happen to believe you.
Quote from YoungPyromancerI heard that the percentage of rare-spot cards that are mythics is 15/121. I guess that means that the rare sheet has 2 of every rare (2x53) and one of every mythic (1x15). This is almost 1/8.
How does this work for smaller sets? Dragon's maze had 11 mythics and and 35 rares. Does this mean that the mythic percentage is 11/81? This is somewhere between 1/8 and 1/7.
Quote from ValanarchEvilDuck, I said this before but you ignored me, and until you answer I have no reason to believe you. I'll repost it below.
Quote from tom jundI'm not following the rest of the sheep I'm not into net decking.
Quote from jeremylinyeah whatever dude thoughtseize wasn't a hard call you could call X modern staples and crapshoot it doesn't mean anything. mod plz move to BS
Quote from ProTechMy guess that they will reprint the Zendikar fetches in Return to Zendikar which is already in their 6 year plan but still 4 years from now. Now they know that they need to reprint fetches sooner but if they put fetches into the next block it will steal the thunder of reprinting fetches in Return to Zendikar. So they decided to put it into Modern Masters 2. It will not be able to push the prices down much, but at least it will ease it a bit for another two years when Return to Zendikar will solve this problem.
Obviously the years are baseless speculation, just to demonstrate the point.
Quote from thebobinatorwhich, as far as I can tell, is the MO of this deck: great for the combo, but even if you arent assembling it, the cards are still mostly useful.