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This plus Tideforce Elemental equals infinite land plays per turn. One Treasure Hunt you have all the land in your deck in play, and hopefully a big fatty in hand.
Posted By: JordPWN (1/31/2010 9:23:15 PM)


So this guy and walking archive were chillin one day when suddenly they were aproached by a walking thesaurus...
Bah dum bum. Cssshhhhh.
Posted By: XTwistedsoulX (8/7/2010 3:12:07 PM)


I really like this card, mostly for the typo. It reminds me of an Alpha card just for that. It's kind of cool.
Posted By: Vorthosian (1/31/2010 11:26:00 PM)


This guy works with so many combos... Hedron crab, admonition angel and the other landfall cards are obvious but it also opens a window to other cards...

Khalni Gem is great with this. Play the gem first thing, then replay one land reg and one with the atlas. Or deprive so you have a no-downside old-school counterspell again.

And of course he's good for those other instant landfall spells. And using expeditions map or something to great effect on your opponents turn.

This is hilarious so real quick @majinara. You should probably reconsider ever posting on this site again if youre going to be so unbelievably one dimensional when you use your brain... This is just like your infiltration lens post, you make overly quick judgments based on situational scenarios that are completely incorrect and poorly thought out. Actually you should consider dropping magic altogether id you can't see that this card has a LOT of situational worth, but to give this card a 1/5 cuz youre sad its a ... (see all)
Posted By: Vakyoom (4/21/2011 11:30:32 AM)


Its tap ability might as well read, "You may play lands during your opponent's turn. If a land under your control would come into play tapped, it doesn't."

You could also surprise someone by casting something like Vines of Vastwood at instant speed when you appear all tapped out.
Posted By: Musume (3/24/2010 5:13:25 PM)


Aside from Ichorix, nobody else seems to get that this "accident" (for it quite possibly might not be one) was made only because the Eldrazi are going to be colorless NON-artifact spells. This could be a cleverly placed clue instead of poor editing.
Look out for colorless spells like this in the future. And I'm talking noncreature colorless spells. Look at Ghostfire, then its flavor text, then the Eye of Ugin mythic rare card. I think we're about to see another future sight card meet its "first" printing.
Posted By: Selez (2/6/2010 4:11:05 PM)


They should have just rolled with it and let it not be an artifact.
Posted By: wolfbear2 (1/29/2010 12:38:52 PM)


i would have loved this as a land. but it is a great common
Posted By: wolfv (1/29/2010 4:49:35 PM)


Compare: Skyshroud Ranger. Ranger is one cheaper, but as sorcery and green. For landfall, you're playing green anyway, and the extra speed matters; more chance of having that extra land in your hand. You miss the uncertainty value of a possible instant-speed land, though.
For non-landfall, not many decks would have a lot of excess land. Maybe useful for some blue decks, or with Ad Nauseam
Posted By: Black_Mantha (2/14/2010 12:03:18 AM)


What possessed Wizards to print this in colorless? Green has fairly exclusive access to this sort of thing for a reason.
Posted By: ROBRAM89 (11/27/2010 9:02:57 PM)