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Looking over the rulings on this card... Did they change the planeswalker uniqueness rule? The rulings don't say anything about triggering when different players control versions of the same 'walker, and they say that if you have multiples, you can choose one to keep.
Posted By: sonorhC (8/22/2013 9:55:21 PM)


I like how her plus one is like Wizards said "Alright, f*** it, just staple on all the abilities the previous ones did." Alone, they were pretty underwhelming. Together, they make a very nice +1.
Posted By: Goatllama (9/10/2013 3:25:53 PM)


i really love this card so i hope it gets reprinted on the next core set so i could get more copies...
Posted By: chainsmoker (9/23/2013 11:32:19 PM)


Chandra, Pyromaster is the red Jace. Okay, maybe not quite the Jace, but still this version is awesome card and will be dominating this year's standard tournaments near you.
Posted By: Zenzei (10/1/2013 6:29:55 PM)


Finally, Chandra is exactly what she should be; A very playable powerhouse 4 drop in Midrange. Can't wait to win games with her in R/G standard, and my RUG Midrange in modern. 5/5
Posted By: GlintKawk42 (10/5/2013 5:10:58 PM)


Wait... Is that... Is that what I think it is?




Posted By: FlingIt (11/16/2013 11:59:26 AM)


@sonorhC: Yes, they did. It's now "you're allowed to have the same planeswalker out as someone else. If you would end up controlling more than one, you keep one and sacrifice the rest." Same happened to the legend rule. Not as fun, but apparently Wizards decided it's more grokkable.
Posted By: IceMetalPunk (11/21/2013 2:16:55 PM)


I swear each new versions of Chandra become more and more Izzet like. She went from straight up burn to burn a little but with Instant and Sorcery combos.
Posted By: clab7834 (12/10/2013 10:33:28 AM)


This is the best Chandra of all her forms, but that's not saying much.

Many cards, planeswalkers included, are judged on their ability ot immediately affect the board, particulalry for cards that are 4 or more mana. There are enough aggro and midrange decks where every card has to immediately do something if you want to keep up the tempo. In general, planeswalkers that can protect themselves are always the ones that excel. Look at how PWs like Sarkhan Vol and Gideon champion of justice are awful because they don't have abilities that protect themselves. Look at how PWs like Elspeth and Jace 2.0 and Liliana of the Veil are good becuase they have abilities that do (there are of course a few exceptions. Koth is an exception because he was very strong in RDW particularly because he could threaten his ultimate 2 turns after he was dropped. Jace Beleren was also an exception because he was only 3 mana so you could afford to play a 3drop and not directly impact the board, but he's horrendous... (see all)
Posted By: mdakw576 (12/19/2013 1:09:59 AM)


The only thing I am wondering, if I exile an instant or sorcery with her 0 ability and then use it, does it go to my graveyard or is it cast from exile?
Posted By: TrueMisfit (12/24/2013 10:08:00 PM)