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Does anyone else like the art?
Posted By: RafiqTheMiststalker (5/9/2010 5:23:09 AM)


I loves me some free cards!
Posted By: UNBAN_SHAHRAZAD (11/7/2009 5:01:07 PM)


It's like an artifact Tomb of Yawgmoth. Finally, "Filth" will have a use!
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (3/22/2010 4:14:20 AM)


Cyclopean Tomb may be moved from your graveyard to another zone, and then it's affect would still apply. That's why "When Cyclopean Tomb is put into a graveyard from play" is used instead of "If Cyclopean Tomb is in your graveyard".
Posted By: agalloch (4/27/2010 8:40:39 AM)


I agree with the complicated, but it is necessary to preserve the original functionality of this card, although I don't know why anyone would play this card...
Posted By: Guest57443454 (5/24/2009 2:59:14 PM)


On one hand, this card was likely often played without paying any mana, thinking that a card with no cost could be played for free just like a land card.
On the other hand, according to the current rules, cards without mana cost couldn't be cast at all (e.g. like Evermind or Lotus Bloom)
I kind of like that Alpha misprint, although i'm glad this did only happen to this card (and Orcish Oriflamme given that we're talking about misprinted mana cost in general)- although it got fixed in Beta, players which only knew about the Alpha version likely still played it wrong.
Posted By: Mode (12/15/2009 3:26:20 PM)


The Oracle text on this is too complicated. "When Cyclopean Tomb is put into a graveyard from play" should just simply read "If Cyclopean Tomb is in your graveyard" And I don't think most players would care if Mire counters from other sources are removed.
Posted By: sweetestsadist (3/6/2009 1:19:30 PM)


ohai cyclopean giant
Posted By: Trizeam (4/14/2011 2:03:51 PM)


@ Rafiq,

I'm not sure if I'd say I like it, but it is certainly interesting.
Posted By: Ibn_Shisha (6/10/2013 2:42:00 PM)