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I would not dare to call it the best mana accel through fetching lands out there, but i agree that a monogreen deck should preferably use this one instead of a Rampant Growth indeed.
Posted By: Mode (4/19/2010 6:34:33 AM)


Very strong, especially if you're using the original duals or the shocklands.
Posted By: GruesomeGoo (7/18/2010 5:20:36 PM)


This is a great card. I wish this were in Standard right now.
Posted By: Polychromatic (3/31/2011 4:08:06 PM)


The single best green land drop card in the game. It pretty much only costs G seeing as the forest comes in untapped.
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (2/18/2010 11:51:28 AM)


Wow, this card is wacky.

First, you have a pretty standard land fetch, par for the course with green, called Nature's Lore, which makes sense for what the card does.

Then we have the art, which depicts a giant who seems pretty happy to have found an even more gigantic spider web in front of her. What does this have to do with lore? What does it have to do with fetching a land? It looks like someone put the wrong art on this card.

Then the flavor text, "Fyndhorn is our home." What does that have to do with lore or searching for a new land? Further it has nothing to do with the nonsensical art.

All in all, not a bad card, as it puts the forest on the battlefield untapped, but whoever designs the card layout must have been drunk that day.
Posted By: Nagoragama (6/26/2011 11:37:44 PM)


@Polychromatic - Aw darn...you've got to make do with Harrow instead...wait, Harrow's usually a better option.
Posted By: Alsebra (5/10/2011 1:40:14 AM)