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I'm sure they intended to make Fire-lit Thicket a twisted copy of Auntie's Hovel; Shadowmoor was a warped version of Lorwyn. The flavor text on the Thicket even alludes to the transformation.
Posted By: BegleOne (11/13/2010 8:18:36 PM)


Looks just like Fire-Lit Thicket!
Posted By: Morfnblorsh (8/4/2010 2:26:34 PM)


In my opinion, this is the right way to make dual lands. Make it come into play tapped OR have some narrow clause that prevents it. That way, it doesn't force the player to use sub-par lands, and also prevent users from playing these in every single deck.
Posted By: Equinox523 (6/20/2011 11:27:01 AM)


Excelent, just show the goblin you are about to play and it's great! if you are not going to play a goblin, let it tapped anyway...
Posted By: Lueseto (11/8/2011 12:24:20 PM)


Perfect flavor. You can see a raging fire in the background about to consume Auntie's Hovel and snuff out all the little goblins.

After the fire we get Fire-Lit Thicket. Circle of life baby!
Posted By: MRK1 (10/5/2012 9:56:53 PM)


I think this is Mad Auntie house. Lol.
Posted By: Ace8792 (2/16/2010 3:50:23 PM)


Goblins rule! :D
Posted By: goblinrunner09 (11/15/2009 1:00:56 PM)


This land is trolling...
I reveal this GOBLIN!!! Yippe!!! Guess what I am tapping my mana for????
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (1/9/2013 3:57:41 PM)


Could be Wort, Boggart Auntie's house instead of Mad Auntie's.
Posted By: Memitim (1/6/2013 3:37:02 AM)


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