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I'm a little confused as to why Wizard's reverted back to the old art? I liked the Dark Ascension art for this better.
Posted By: x--Blitzz (7/6/2012 6:35:39 AM)


This art is more vague, I happen to enjoy both.
Posted By: lorendorky (7/6/2012 2:55:41 PM)


Tapping is the basic function For using permanents in magic. If something happens to already be tapped then you may not use its abilities that already require it to tap. It's basically a way to make sure you dont use certain functions over and over again although there are specific ways around this. For basic lands it makes perfect sense as each land makes Can make one mana per turn. Imagine tapping a basic land is like exhausting the resources of that land for one turn and then waiting for those resources to replenish themselves. This evolving wilds is a bit different but it still has the tapping involved with its activation. but you do need to tap it to be able to use its ability.

For example there is a white enchantment called kismet and it makes it so your opponents lands, creatures and artifacts come into play tapped. This means that they can't use those lands and artifacts that turn without untapping them first and will have to untap those creatures before they can block with t... (see all)
Posted By: SarcasmElemental (7/29/2012 12:17:14 PM)


Even if you run just one colour, you can still use it for deck-thinning. I wouldn't recommend it in a mono-coloured deck, but it can still work in the right kind of deck.
Posted By: Ninjay (10/28/2012 1:09:16 AM)


@Ninjay: Actually, I run it in my casual mono-green landfall deck with great success. Being able to trigger landfalls an additional time per turn can seal the game for me.
Posted By: Totema (11/6/2012 8:47:35 PM)


Combo with Deathrite Shaman
Posted By: Gm13p (1/30/2013 9:41:17 AM)


The best part is if you keep getting these your deck is quickly thinned of lands so you won't likely get mana flooded late game.
Posted By: Moxxy (2/8/2013 6:21:31 AM)


Oh, I suppose Terramorphic Expanse is just supposed to be forgotten, eh?
Posted By: DoragonShinzui (8/17/2012 3:03:19 PM)


I'd like to know if you can play a basic land card then Evolving Wilds in the same turn. Sense it just says Land in it type, it makes you think it can only be played as a basic land and you can only play one per turn... That also brings up another question, can you play more than one Evolving Wilds per turn?
Posted By: AdrianEvans84 (8/16/2012 4:44:32 AM)


My wife and I are new to the game, and I have a question. Why does this card have to first be tapped if it is going to be sacrificed anyway? What is the point? can you not just say you are going to use it then remove it to your graveyard? or by "sacrificing" it, does that mean it is just tapped for that turn, and can played again during later turns?
Posted By: Ying (7/29/2012 10:06:29 AM)