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I LOVE this in Rock. Always allows a turn 2 Hymn to Tourach or Putrid Leech, then a turn 3 Kitchen Finks. Brilliant.
Posted By: boneclub (9/6/2010 1:16:24 AM)


Could've had a better name but at least the art captures the black/green flavor: half dead trees, surrounded by murky water, with something creepy lurking beneath it all.
Posted By: SavageBrain89 (7/19/2009 5:59:21 PM)


Twilight Mire? I don't know. Name seem's to fit Fetid Heath more in terms of flavor and artwork then this.
Posted By: John-Bender (4/9/2010 3:03:47 PM)


I love these lands, my favorite lands for two-colored decks
Posted By: Arachibutyrophobia (8/1/2011 1:39:08 PM)


From the grim, fetid bogland of Stephanie Meyers' imagination, the darkest of abominations are summoned...
Posted By: Reishyn (4/26/2013 12:26:11 PM)


trees are british
Posted By: Dr_Kraid (5/29/2009 5:29:09 AM)


doesn't look like it's twilight
Posted By: ttian (3/24/2009 9:27:17 PM)


Posted By: CatsAreCthala (12/30/2009 12:05:05 PM)


does Twilight Mire work both as a swamp and forest land? or just a land?

i only ask this because overgrown tomb is labeled as land- swamp fores.
Posted By: Swampnuke (12/25/2012 10:21:19 AM)



It doesn't have the same function as Overgrown Tomb. The reason is that Twilight Mire doesn't have the subtypes Forest and Swamp. Therefore, it can't be searched by fetches such as Verdant Catacombs and it doesn't let the tap lands such as Woodland Cemetery come into play untapped.
Posted By: Eskimole (3/12/2013 3:40:38 PM)