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this would had been sooo broken without the legendary but it's quite playable like this as well
Posted By: GengilOrbios (7/1/2011 5:45:28 AM)


@ raptorjesus69:

Multiples is actually the point. Thanks to this, Signal Pest, and Memnite Kuldotha Red can basically have metalcraft turn one and sac each copy of Mox Opal to Kuldotha Rebirth. Usually putting 5-9 bodies on the field 1st turn and then perhaps winning on turn 2.

Funny how red decks get around the legend rule by just breaking shit.

Kuldotha Red: The most expensive mono red deck ever. I've estimated it at $95. And it's only going up because Mox Opal is. Every other piece is pennies on the dollar, but when we seem to get legendary mythic rare utility, we seem to get legendary mythic rare price.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (2/20/2011 1:02:18 AM)


This was the second Mythic I ever got out of a booster, and it was the only card in Scars I was dying to get. Pretty sodding lucky. It's really a flavor card, yes, unless you have it in a deck crammed with Ornithopters, Memnites, Glint Hawks and Kuldotha Rebirths. Then and only then do you see how ridiculous it is. Now with Besieged, it also allows you to have a 3/3 Ardent Recruit on turn 1. If one of your first artifacts was also Signal Pest, damn son. A fair whack of damage on turn 2.

I'd use Artifact Lands in my deck but they just feel so broken, I feel terrible for using them.
Posted By: Werny (3/7/2011 2:00:09 PM)


Guys, guys, the price is at 15 USD right now. Seriously? You're still complaining about the price and the fact that it's a "utility mythic rare?" hasn't it always been said that mythics are not just power level, but also flavorful, or in some way meaningful or significant to the game? IT'S A GODDAMN MOX. What would it be if not mythic? And it's completely affordable. If you're still complaining about the price, then find a cheaper card game to play. There is such a thing as budgeting, and if you really complain this much about a game you supposedly like to play, then I don't understand you at all. Not all decks need to be tournament worthy. If your play group has to set budget limits on decks to keep one person with a higher price ceiling from making the best decks, then do it. OR, pool the group's money to buy the cards, or JUST BUY PACKS AND ENJOY THE THRILL OF OPENING CARDS. If you're still ***ed about it, then you're right. It's a goddamn card game. So go spend your money on other... (see all)
Posted By: Lateralis0ne (6/27/2011 9:08:21 PM)


I agree with all of those who say this is overrated and not worth $40. It really isn't I'd bet if wizards had only changed the name to something without mox, ii wouldn't be worth half as much. There is no real reason to use this in most decks. I would like a comment from whoever thinks this card is good and worth $40. If I get a REALLY good reason to like this, I will. Otherwise, I'll say it sucks.
Posted By: Beastlygreen (10/9/2010 8:10:13 PM)


@Sironos: Because this is a VERY NARROW, VERY POWERFUL utility card. That's the point. To paraphrase MaRo, they didn't want something like a MR Cancel or Giant Growth only super-powerful. This is only a great card in metalcraft decks, hence the rarity.

And no, I don't believe it's worth $40 either. But this always happens on release, look at things like Archive Trap. It'll be back down to <$10 in a month or two unless someone finds a way to break it.

EDIT: I finally rated this card as a 3.5/5, and here's my justification: I really think this card is VASTLY overrated.

What made the original + Diamond Moxen really good was their ability to accelerate on the first turn, and they stuck around (i.e. it was like playing another land). To this end, there are 3 major problems with this "fixed" version:

1. Can't go off on the first turn unless you're really lucky.
2. Can be turned back off.
3. Is Legendary.

I understand these things were done to keep the power level in check, but I honestl... (see all)
Posted By: djbon2112 (10/25/2010 7:53:45 AM)


I cannot believe the fuss over this card. Folks, it's NOT that great. Maybe playing nothing but Legacy and having the REAL things has jaded me, but come on. By the time you get this card out and able to use it, if you don't have enough mana already, you're doing something very wrong. And in a first turn, unless your deck is loaded with artifacts, it's close to useless.

Sorry, I just don't see what the big deal is. 3 stars at best. And THAT'S being overly generous.
Posted By: landboysteve (10/16/2010 1:22:28 PM)


Being legendary is the only thing keeping it from taking your stocks and shares. You know its true...
Posted By: TheGodOfWar91 (9/26/2010 8:29:11 PM)


It's a super card and everything, but just falls short of 5 because topdecking this in my kuldotha deck makes my heart sink :

very solid 3 of though so 4.5/5
Posted By: AlunJaceImpostor (5/1/2011 8:00:37 AM)


Fact: This card's price would be less than half of what it is right now if it didn't have the word 'Mox' in the title
Posted By: Troutz (1/24/2011 9:36:12 PM)