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@nimzo, MagicDrummer4972
It doesn't say "basic" land, it says "island." Breeding Pool, Hallowed Fountain, Moonring Island, Steam Vents, Tropical Island, Tundra, Underground Sea, Volcanic Island, and Watery Grave, would all be valid searches.

@Mode, Donovan_Fabian
Gaea's Skyfolk and Saprazzan Legate are perm flyers.
Caller of Gales, Manta Riders, Seascape Aerialist, Vodalian Knights, and Waterspout Weavers jump/fly also.
Posted By: applecorn (1/28/2010 2:41:33 PM)


Handy card if you need lands fast and for Landfall. Better in Zendikar Block.
Posted By: PaladinOfSunhome (2/3/2010 12:24:39 PM)


Blue Mana Ramp! There should be more cards like this
Posted By: feedbacker (10/26/2013 9:17:20 AM)


Interesting counterpart to Tidal Courier.

Now that i finally see the artwork i get how a Merfolk is supposed to fly (aside from jumping Root water Thieves)
Posted By: Mode (9/25/2009 4:53:14 PM)


Everyones talking about the land draw, but I also notice this is one of the only merfolk with built in flying so you aren't paying mana for it that you would rather be using for counter spells. That's a really important difference especially for tribal merfolk decks where you really want to be playing other merfolk instead of making one of them fly.
Posted By: Donovan_Fabian (12/16/2009 7:36:36 PM)


Seems nice for landfall decks.
Posted By: Saha (9/26/2009 4:48:28 AM)


So does this mean I only put Blue Land cards in my hand or any/all blue cards?

Posted By: MagicDrummer4972 (11/18/2009 1:43:54 AM)


isn't this exactly what you want to do when drawing cards early? hit your land drops and thin the deck
Posted By: seasundevil (10/6/2009 1:32:38 AM)


what happens in 2-3 colors deck, with nonbasic land? 3/5, no more.
Posted By: nimzo (11/10/2009 5:37:27 PM)


Only good in blue decks that need mana. Which, I mean, how often does that happen?
Posted By: Vogie (8/9/2013 7:12:42 AM)