Quote from MissMua »My guess is that the fetchlands follow the same trend as the RTR shocks did. Those dipped to about 3 tix each before settling at 4-5ish each.
As for duals... that obviously depends on other formats than Modern and Standard actually taking off on MTGO.
Quote from cjwynes »Quote from Trav_Ragnar »I am so, so excited. As someone who owns near a set of all the Onslaught fetches, I do not care. I am happy that people get to play the game they love to play, and that I get to actually enjoy that game with them
You know, every time something like this happens, there's always somebody like you who pops on, claiming to own all the reprinted cards and be happy they were reprinted. I'm not buying it, are you a WotC plant? I didn't know anybody happy their Legends cards were turned into dollar rares in 1995, and I don't believe anybody who owned ONS fetches would actually be happy to lose hundreds of dollars unless they were just so rich it didn't matter.
I was trying to buy paper Moxen to play a hatebears deck in GenCon next fall, I could have sold the Strands I wasn't using, or my MTGO Deltas, and gotten a huge part of the way towards another Mox. Now that's trashed.
God bless the reserved list. I should have done this last year, but I'm damn sure doing it now, I'm getting rid of anything with any value I possibly can to move into reserved list rares from older sets.
Quote from Trav_Ragnar »I am so, so excited. As someone who owns near a set of all the Onslaught fetches, I do not care. I am happy that people get to play the game they love to play, and that I get to actually enjoy that game with them