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@pickman620
Oracle of Mul Dayadoesn't allow you to activate the activated abilities (such as cycling) of a land card on top of your library.

that is taken directly from the rulings of the oracle
Posted By: Colossus_of_Darkstee (7/25/2010 11:24:38 AM)
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@Plaid_Terror

Crucible of Worlds would indeed allow this land to be cast using the Morph ability. Note that "cards" are "played" and "spells" are "cast"--for instance, to play a creature card is to cast a creature spell. Likewise, in the case of Morph, Crucible of Worlds allows you to play the card Zoetic Cavern by casting it with the Morph ability. Morph is not an activated ability but a static abiility. Oracle of Mul Daya would also allow it to be cast from the top of a library using Morph.
Posted By: CJM2 (8/27/2011 2:23:42 PM)
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Yes, rinoh20.
Posted By: Wraique (2/15/2011 12:02:11 AM)
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This card, suffers from a joke among my friends

Actually, I'm a creature
Actually, I'm a land
Actually, I'm a broom
Posted By: ICEFANG13 (8/28/2011 8:40:29 PM)
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@Loozar402 Why would you play this in a landfall deck? Playing it for it's morph cost does not trigger landfall abilities, as a land did not enter the battlefield, a creature did. A land fall deck would benefit much more from fetch-lands (to increase the number of falls in a turn) or man-lands(to add creatures to a deck that should have a higher than usual percentage of land.

A colorless land that has the ability to be played in a way that does not trigger landfall is the worst possible land for a landfall deck, even including basic lands.
Posted By: orisiti (10/15/2011 4:44:15 PM)
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This is my all-time favorite manland. I love the art and it's fun to play a morph creature and then turn it face up to show that it's a land :)
Posted By: LuigiNumber1 (11/20/2011 10:36:03 AM)
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Lol what the ***.
Posted By: TheKazu (5/6/2013 9:23:49 PM)
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Love the art. Very Zerg- or Alien-like, which is especially interesting considering this was printed in Future Sight.

Maybe there's a science fiction-influenced block in the future of Magic? Or maybe there has already been one if you consider Scars block (some of those Phyrexians look like they could've been designed by H.R. Giger).

All depends on your point of view.
Posted By: tankthebest (5/20/2013 2:01:46 PM)
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I love this in the future sight frame and this is a great spell to have next to Grinning Demon or Liege of the Pit. Being able to spam morphs a bit more so your opponent kills the wrong thing is nice. A 2/2 can also stall while you find what you need, or it's a non-CIPT land, so you can use it regularly, which is fantastic.


@CJM2 and @Plaid_terror
Crucible of Worlds *will not* allow you to play this as a morph creature from the grave.

502.26b To play a card using its morph ability, turn it face down. It becomes a 2/2 face-down creature card, with no text, no name, no subtypes, no expansion symbol, and no mana cost. Any effects or prohibitions that would apply to playing a card with these characteristics (and not the face-up card's characteristics) are applied to playing this card.

Basically, you turn it upside down in your graveyard and now it's a creature card. You Crucible only allows lands to be played from th... (see all)
Posted By: blurrymadness (10/8/2013 12:53:22 AM)
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This is one of my least favorite cards in all of Magic the Gathering. To me, it's both an overcosted bear, or a colorless land, neither of which are good. I understand the philosophy behind it being both rather than two separate cards creates card advantage, but would would rather just put in a 2/2 for two and a basic land because both would do the job of zoetic cavern better.
If someone can explain to me how this card has a 3.9 rating other than just being kind of hilarious when opponent's misperceive it as a threat, please do, I'd be happy to change my mind.
Posted By: MageofVoid (12/8/2013 11:55:14 AM)
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