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It works great for a B/G Worm Harvest deck in addition to its fetching ability. 5/5 for synergy.
Posted By: Blackworm_Bloodworm (2/28/2010 9:17:24 AM)


Obviously, it's good in a black/green deck to get the color you need.
The advantage it has over Terramorphic Expanse is that the land doesn't come taped. So it's a Forest or a Swamp with no tempo loss at the cost of a single life.
Plus, as Terramorphic Expanse it can be used to pump up a blocking landfall creature since the effet can be used at instant speed.
Posted By: BALDOF (12/29/2009 8:51:13 PM)



Dryad Forest is a card with 2 types.
It's creature type is Dryad, and it's land type is Forest.

Dryad is not a land type and Forest is not a creature type.
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (1/16/2010 6:07:36 PM)


so many reasons these zendikar fetch lands are great:
1. find just the right land you need at the moment, including the ravnica shock lands
2. the land you find does NOT come into play tapped!
3. activate landfall twice
4. thin your deck of land
5. for when you need a library shuffle
so worth the 1 life investment
Posted By: tantallum99 (8/21/2011 4:50:25 AM)


I have 3 of the 5 of these cards, but my friends think their useless because of the life pay
try one with a Rampaging Baloths and see how it works
Posted By: crazyrussian115 (4/13/2010 7:13:58 PM)


it can fetch Dryad Arbor and dual lands such as Temple Gardens
Posted By: Aviara (7/29/2010 8:42:55 AM)


I love event decks
Posted By: Artan (8/27/2011 1:49:09 PM)


Enemy fetchlands couple amazingly well with Knight of the Reliquary and Lotus Cobra. actually there is a very large number of bonuses to having a land that searches for 1 of 2 lands, thinning your library, letting you shuffle, putting a land in your graveyard and so on. a very diverse land. Now all they need to do is bring the border fetchlands back into type again.
Posted By: ArKive (10/17/2009 2:02:35 AM)



of course there are rare lands! their great mana fixers for the game, which can give you huge advantage. if they were uncommons, they would be way to good in formats like sealed or draft, and have every reason to occupy rare slots. also, the fetch are perfect in the 10 dollar range because of land fall and mana fix. seriously, there is no reason why these should be uncommon
Posted By: calebbevers (8/30/2011 7:47:50 PM)


@ Hairless Thoctar: Ok, thanks! I thought it'd be something like that, but I couldn't find any rule to suggest that the types were seperated.

Anyway, this cycle is amazing. They are the best dual lands in standard right now, rivaled only slightly by the M10 duals. In extended they are even better, capable of searching for a Ravnica Block dual land. In vintage and legacy thay can search for an Alpha dual, making them still better. Cards that excel in every format while they're legal are extremely rare, though Lightning Bolt and Tarmogoyf come to mind. These lands are arguably even more format-defining than Goyf or Bolt. Indubitably good.
Posted By: rubber (1/16/2010 7:42:42 PM)