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Mth needs more wishes imo.. I always thought they were really cool.. They could make a wish that could fetch planeswalkers or something^^
Posted By: Saigmundur (1/12/2010 12:09:59 PM)


Yeah. I got two of these and decided to build a deck around them. Even though I play casual, I do keep a sideboard of 15 cards specifically for this card to fetch.
Posted By: Stuntman (9/18/2009 4:01:49 PM)


I just love this flavor text. You get the gold - multicolored - but not the land to play it. Except you probably will pick one you have the colors for. If you're smart.
Posted By: littlebeast (1/25/2010 12:15:37 AM)


Ashkaan: The 4-of rule is for your deck and sideboard combined.
Posted By: Tanaka348 (7/13/2010 8:14:38 PM)


I love how mean the flavor text can be. The gold is obviously the card, and the strength to carry it can be seen as the mana you need to cast it. You can go get that U/R card from your board, but you might not be able to cast it in your G/W deck ;D
Posted By: PolskiSuzeren (9/2/2010 3:23:58 AM)


This is the kind of thinking outside the box we need! More cards like Head to Head and Form of the Squirrel please!
Posted By: desolation_masticore (12/29/2010 5:04:28 AM)


I can't help thinking this should have been:

Glittering Wish is multicolored, and is all colors.
Spend at least two colors of mana to cast Glittering Wish.
(actual card text that it has now)

Would have allowed a BR deck, for example, to play it as well, but maybe they thought the effect was inherently WG. Or maybe they didn't want to give Johnies to opportunity to break the "this card is all colors" amendment.

4.5/5 from me just for that, but I haven't played it so I won't rate it.

@ Ashkaan , if nobody else has answered already, (btw that's totally not a noob question, I had to check the official rules myself) in tournaments the 4-of-rule applies to both the deck and the sideboard, which means the best you could do is 3 in the deck and 1 in the sideboard, for a grand total of 7 instances to run into it, counting the wishes as "it", whatever "it" may be.
Posted By: Fictionarious (6/4/2011 4:12:57 PM)


I really like the subtle flavor of this card that I don't think any of the comments have picked up on.
All of the wishes were from the Judgment set. In Judgment, white and green were the dominant colors and all the multicolored cards were white/green. Thus,this card is not just a reference to the wish cycle, but the set that the wish cycle was in.
Posted By: DeviousPie (10/20/2012 4:23:36 PM)


2 mana tutor is always broken. You can just slip 15 targets in your sideboard.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (10/18/2013 8:02:34 AM)



So did I, this thing is actually brutal in casual play.

I have a full playset, and the main deck is mostly set on mana fixing, draw, domain and board clearing. Then, when the time is right, you simply fetch what you need from the sideboard - either a win condition, or something to remove the impending threat.

Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker, Mirari's Wake, Merciless Eviction, Decimate or any of the ultimatums are all amazing cards to fetch, just to name a few.
Posted By: KillerWhiskey (1/29/2014 4:14:15 AM)