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Great card, multifunctional and cheap in mana cost
Posted By: Tiablo (1/31/2009 8:32:59 AM)


If you didn't rate this a 5, you've never played against it -_-
Pretty annoying in a creature board wipe deck.
Posted By: RafiqTheMiststalker (4/22/2010 10:16:09 PM)


Treetop Village and Faerie Conclave and all those lands came into play tapped and cost 2 mana to activate and turn the lands into creatures. Mishra's Factory is strictly better in that respect. The tradeoff, of course, is that it doesn't give you the colored mana that that line of lands gave you... well worth the tradeoff.
Mutavault, of course, would be a more recent card that is scarily similar to Mishra's Factory. Mutavault, of course, gets played very heavily. Mutavault probably is better in decks that have some kind of theme and can take advantage of the "all creature types" part of the creature... but Mishra's Factory is still better and the +1/+1 ability actually gets used more than you'd want to think it would.

That's right, Mishra's Factory is generally better than Mutavault and the other creature-lands. That's saying a fair amount and the real point is that Mishra's Factory is SWEETNESS.
Posted By: Malachorn (7/12/2009 8:19:35 PM)


i cant believe they printed these back in 4th edition.there were some pretty aggressive cards still around back then. everyone was playing this shit with damn... 4 ball lightnings and lightning bolts, and all kinds of crazy crap. annoying as hell.
Posted By: gasimakos1 (8/31/2009 12:59:17 AM)


The original man land. And still the best. Attack as a 2/2 or block as a 3/3 for a 1 mana activation, works in offensive and defensive decks. What's not to love?
Posted By: SAllison87 (4/28/2011 2:57:49 PM)


Brutal good. Creatures that aren't creatures are great in Pox decks, control running Wrath effects, or just to boost your land count.

There is a reason that color heavy creatures don't played as much; and it's not just splashability. Lands like this increase your chance of casting everything you need to while filling out your curve in a fluid manner.
Posted By: blurrymadness (10/9/2013 9:23:51 AM)


It's been value since Antiquities! Go ahead and Wrath of God.
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