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You all are so stuck on Landfall and Retrace, which both benefit greatly from this card, but I have it in a Modern Knight deck and it works PERFECTLY. Nothing in the deck is above a 4 tap and with knights, there aren't many activated abilities I need to be spamming (only one I can think of is Stillmoon Cavalier) so I hate toping late-game lands. With this, the only dead card I can draw are the other 2 copies of it in the deck. If it doesn't get destroyed, Stillmoon gets major buffs and if it does, I get to shrug my shoulders and go "Oh well, you still have to top lands and all my stuff is indestructible (thank you Knight Exemplar)." :D
Posted By: DarkonCrack (1/2/2013 11:03:58 AM)


well... if you're afraid of getting this thing distroyed, remove just 3 o 4 plains... i mean, getting 3 lands AND drawing 2 cards per turn because of one card is still pretty good...
Posted By: Unseto (2/24/2013 9:30:31 AM)


It's solid if you want to hit your land drops or recover after a land sweeper. Most of the time, you'll want about 4 or 5 plains exiled, because if you get too greedy, this becomes a juicy target for your opponents' destruction spells. Exile a small number and you'll probably slip under the radar, while still getting the advantage. Obviously, Land Tax is far superior, but you won't be disappointed with this budget option here.
Posted By: Talas_Merchant (4/2/2013 2:37:47 AM)



Currently I am using an Angels deck (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/modern-angels-29-05-13-)

Currently I am using 2x Extraplanar Lens but recently I have discovered Endless Horizons , so I am wondering if use one, the other, or both.
Posted By: AMpostata (6/18/2013 8:34:51 AM)


This card combined with something like Trait Doctoring or Mind Bend can help a lot in a deck to pull the mana you need/have too much of out of your deck.
Posted By: Volvary (8/29/2013 2:13:19 PM)


I actually wish they could've called this Gerrymandering, since political manipulation is one of white's subthemes (Land Tax etc) and seems to be the only fitting way to include the risky concept of losing all your land if your backroom political scheming falls apart.
Posted By: EGarrett01 (4/13/2014 12:36:45 AM)


pretty good in late game to you get rid of all your land cards while still getting them so you have a higher chance of drawing something good
Posted By: syntheticbiology232 (5/27/2014 3:25:42 PM)