Magic players, what is your favorite MTG set and why?
It's not the best but I love the aesthetic, kaladesh and aether revolt are probably some of my favorite sets in a while. Also especially because it isn't dog shit.
That's hilarious coming from a Magic player, oh my yes. I'll just sit here safe in the knowledge that there's statistically a 75% chance that you lack basic personal hygiene.
Just got back into magic after a 5 year break....alot of my Innistrad cards are worth fucking bank. I trade four Liliana's for four 90$ kaladesh booster boxes.
Go to sleep faggot you have school in the morning.
free spells always have been a problem ... and a lot of those are/were banned/restricted in their respective formats.
Plus you can get perfect information for free on the turn you are going to combo off, which is a problem.
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If you want to have perfect information using IoK or Thoughtseize or similar, you would have to delay the combo by a turn. Which could slow down a format enough for other countermeasures.
Zenidkar lands were the shit. Three color decks started to really kick some ass.
Fucking hell why don't you two get a room already and sit and play magic nude.
He's right though, you're pathetic.
My personal favorite was Zendikar because I like fucking around with allys. The inherent synergy makes for lots of fun with more customization options and less of the bullshit that plagued the slivers.
Pic related. My UB ally mill deck holds a special place in my heart. Halimar Excavator and Agadeem Occultist are bros for life.
I'm there with you. Revised and fallen empires, it's when I got in and I could actually memorize every card. Now I'm fucked. Been out too long. Every time someone plays a card I gotta fucking read it.
Legions and Onslaught were fun. Scourge ruined it, though. I'm an Akroma fan. Actually I'm an Angel fan. My collection is pretty epic.
Mirrodin was fun until Darksteel. Indestructible just made the game less fun. And don't get me started about the Clamp. Everyone is all up in arms about the Standard bans and how it's never happened before....Skullclamp broke Standard (and a lot of other formats) and it was banned soon after release.
Uh....no. She goes for $100, and that's only because everyone is betting on her being reprinted in Modern Masters 2017. If she gets passed over again, she'll go back up to $120.
If they were in good condition, I'd have asked for 5 boxes.
Tempest, Urza's Saga, Lorwyn, Ravnica: City of Guilds, Avacyn Restored, Planar Chaos are a few favorites.
Least favorites include Prophecy, Homelands, the whole kamigawa block, Battle for Zendikar, Torment, Judgment, Legions, Alara Reborn
Their worst release to date is easily Chronicles. Very close to killing off the game entirely.
I like the recent block, the previous couple of years were not great for expansions.
Also, we need another Unglued.
Most op card in the game. Used it once before it was banned in tournaments out here in Australia. It turned the game no problem.
nigga you dumb as shit
Whatever. If you have a Lili, then I'd be more than happy to part with a box of Kaladesh. She's the second most sought after walker ever printed behind super jace. If she gets past over again for MM2017, then people are gonna hold their copies a little tighter.
Time spiral, and worldwake
It made me feel like revised again.
I always hated I missed unlimited, and I hated it more I had a MOX and ancestrial stolen from me in HS (they weren't super expensive by today's standards, but back then to a 15 ur old kid $100 was a lot.
And it pissed me off adults never took my "those cards are worth hundreds" seriously.....
inistrad because I'm a fan of the story of it. it's the first block I started on. and I'm a vampire collector and it obviously had tons of those. I don't like what they did with eldritch moon but some good has come from it. can't wait to see what they do with sorrin.
>ironically using anything except TCGplayer market price for card value
that's what I'm saying. I feel like they were in a rush to start the new block releases so they couldn't finish the story on zendikar but come on innistrad had enough issues haha. love the picture by the way.
color identity was so fucking down to the wire in that set.
madness, flashback, threshold & discard had an awesome dynamic and was pretty high level for that time
sadly, very few overpowered or even rare cards from that set, but a bomb to play
>color identity was so fucking down to the wire in that set
Not sure what you mean.
Black cards were twice as plentiful as each other color. It was basically the ONLY set that was completely off color-wise.
play this with a bunch of forks, isochrons, twincasts, etc.
isochrone won't work, as it only accepts instants
But still shahrazad was fun when it was allowed in T1 ... Best Burn card ever :D.
However the "exile" zone rule changes made the deck unplayable. It was fun playing burning wish on the sharahzad of the main game which was still laying on the stack. Even for judges, the situations escalated quickly ruleswise
You realize that that's NOT how the pricing and trading of magic cards works, right? You can't bargain for magic cards like a fucking bazaar, the cards have strict set prices that any affiliates are FORCED to legally sell at. A card shop in my hometown got shut down because he was altering the price of certain cards and wizards took his ass to court and got hit business license revoked.
Story was intriguing, and realized B/R vamps pretty well dominated anyone I played
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