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Quang, that's not what he meant.
This doesn't lower the cost of Wooly Thoctar because it costs WGR, and Urza's Filter lowers only the colorless portion of the mana cost.

Example: something that cost 4WGR would only cost 2WGR instead .

Posted By: Necrolysis (2/19/2010 2:59:34 PM)


Decent card that really is good for a multicolor card deck, especially being 2 less to play. Can end up helping the opponent. Don't like it in EDH much where much of the time my opponent has a multicolored general.
Posted By: Kimbote (1/24/2010 2:19:12 PM)


Transguild Courier!
Posted By: Corey_bayoudragonfly (9/13/2011 1:33:29 PM)


A somewhat counter intuitive card as multicolored spells tend to have very few colorless in their cost since it's mostly taken up by the different colors of mana.
Posted By: Vedalken_Arbiter (4/24/2010 7:01:56 PM)


@bagilis: No, Emrakul is colorless, not multicolored.
Posted By: JanusAurelius (10/13/2010 9:04:14 PM)


Sorry, no. Woolly Thoctar requires specific mana types. This doesn't reduce thoctar costs at all.
Posted By: rubber (9/26/2009 6:56:48 PM)


Dang you guys are getting trolled.
Posted By: XTwistedsoulX (11/19/2010 8:31:10 PM)


When is this better than Sisay's Ring?
Maybe with Sawtooth Loon/Marsh Crocodile/Razing Snidd/Sparkcaster?
Posted By: HuntingDrake (11/21/2010 3:08:08 PM)


this plus temple of the eldrazi + maybe the urza's tower, mine and power plant, makes big guys like Emrakul can come in quite early in the show!
Posted By: bagilis (9/22/2010 7:47:23 AM)


Erm, rubber you're wrong.

Multicolored: Cards that require mana from two or more different colors

It's not restricted to cards that are two-colour hybrid (black/white, green/white, etc)
Posted By: Quang (2/12/2010 5:11:18 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!