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@Crowjonsnow: You'd only be able to play a land as normal during your main phases.

And this only lets you play two land a turn from anywhere.
Posted By: Lifegainwithbite (3/29/2013 2:08:16 AM)


So to clear up a few things:

Re: Cycling Lands+Tolaria West:
Oracle of Mul Daya Rulings 4/15/2013:
The top card of your library isn't in your hand, so you can't suspend it, cycle it, discard it, or activate any of its activated abilities.
So no, you can't cycle or transmute from the top of your library.

Re: Zoetic Cavern:
Rule 702.35b:
You can use morph to cast a card from any zone from which you could normally play it.
So you may cast Zoetic Cavern as a morph creature from the top of your library.

Pre-July 2013 rules changes (musings on flicker effects):
A player may normally play only one land during his or her turn; however, continuous effects may increase this number. If any such effects exist, the player announces which effect, or this rule, applies to each land play as it happens
So you can play a Plains, announcing it as your Oracle's extra land drop, tap it t... (see all)
Posted By: strider24seven (6/13/2013 6:08:59 AM)


Fastbond maybe?
Posted By: Arachnos (7/6/2013 1:17:29 PM)


A few of my friends suggested that this creature should actually be banned in EDH. While I would like to see sol ring and mana crypt banned before this, there's no denying that this is a very strong creature. People who get an oracle out in the first 2-3 turns of the game are so much further ahead than the players that don't, and the luck factor with the top card of the library can also add frustration. It's common to see multiple players have an oracle out, but one always gets lands off the top while the other gets land screwed.

There's really no green deck that doesn't get better with an oracle stuffed in it.
Posted By: mdakw576 (3/9/2014 5:45:38 AM)