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It...Has it's weakness.
I like the function, though. It's another path to take as opposed to the land-power creep that seems to be happening.
Perhaps let it tap for 2 instead of one of two different mana types and keep the downsides.
No wait, sorry. I forgot how the game worked for a second, and why that's a terrible idea.turn 2 4-cost spells without any card disadvantage.
Posted By: NoobOfLore (1/7/2011 8:49:15 PM)


Kamigawa is very odd set. There are number of very powerful cards such as pithing needle, Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Kira, Great Glass-Spinner, and Umezawa's Jitte, yet so many uncommons and commons are very disappointing.
Wizards should have known by that time lands that do not untap when it produces colored mana blows.
Posted By: Hoonster (3/4/2011 4:57:05 PM)


not worth it. go with other duels.
Posted By: Dalek9 (6/23/2009 9:10:47 AM)


Stellar art, sub-par land.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (2/12/2010 4:14:14 AM)


Form Mirrodin to this. Wizards must've been having mood swings. Ah well, Ravnica was awesome.
Posted By: Shadoflaam (3/27/2011 9:23:49 AM)


Compare to Kazandu Refuge and Karplusan Forest. If you're building on a budget, these are all solid lands for your {RG} deck. Consider this; Pinecrest Ridge is only uncommon, so it's not supposed to be great. But, Pinecrest Ridge, unlike Kazandu Refuge, Rootbound Crag, Stomping Ground, and Copperline Gorge, never comes into play tapped. The value is there on turn 1. And that's all {RG} decks care about.

Admittedly, I'd rather play Rootbound Crag or Stomping Ground or Grove of the Burnwillows depending on the format, but this is an ok land.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (8/18/2011 11:27:29 AM)


Pinecrest Ridge...sounds like an apartment complex, or maybe a high school...I have nothing else to say about this card except that it's a direct reprint of Mogg Hollows from Tempest.
Posted By: Opeth2010 (8/30/2011 3:57:32 AM)


At least you can use it for colorless without penalty, unlike the Ice Age equivalent
Posted By: sonorhC (9/20/2011 9:50:42 PM)


Sometimes I play this land even when I don't need both Green and Red in the deck, just 'cause the art's so gorgeous.

(This might be my favorite land art outside of the Ravnica set. Kamigawa lands in general were just gorgeous. I do wish this was Blue / Red rather than Green / Red, so the red mountaintops in the upper left + blue icy peaks in the lower right = purple in the middle would make more sense...)
Posted By: Salient (1/18/2012 6:46:04 PM)


DacenOctavio's right. This really isn't bad. Not great, but not bad. Oftentimes this land's only downside will be that it's tapped on T2, which can be better than something like Highland Weald. You can use this for that crucial 1-drop, then it sits out for T2, and then from T3 on out you can use it for colorless mana every turn.
Posted By: james2c19v (2/22/2013 7:51:35 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!