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Frost Marsh enters the battlefield tapped.
Tap: Add (Blue) or (Black) to your mana pool.
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Frost Marsh Discussion
1 year ago
Skywise Teachings and Riverwheel Aerialists are kinda weird in this deck... Have you thought about running 4 Delver of Secrets Flip? It'd be a great fit in this deck if you cut down on the number of enchantments and run more counterspells plus Unsummon/Vapor Snag. Plus Delver is a super cheap card for how good it is.
Dual lands would really help consistency, and you have a ton of options depending on your budget - Watery Grave, Dismal Backwater, Choked Estuary, Sunken Hollow, Temple of Deceit, Dimir Guildgate, Darkslick Shores, Drowned Catacomb, Jwar Isle Refuge, Submerged Boneyard and Frost Marsh are all modern legal.
2 years ago
2 years ago
A good number of people can afford at least half of them was my point. Even more players will do stuff like buying boxes. As an addicted box cracker, I can say that buying boxes is not a good investment. Many players will save their money to buy a box, especially a box like this which will MSRP around $240. A better investment short of some really great pulls, (Expeditions in BFZ/Oath), would be to break down any purchase the ABUR Duals, or similar cards. I personally love my Mana Drain and don't regret it a bit.
We then have to look at what you pull. More often than not I will lose a good amount of money from buying boxes. The value of the cards I pull also drops as a set cycles out, causing me to lose even more money. This is the nature of Magic. This is why I say that any competitive player should just buy ABUR Duals. The same amount of money is spent on other cards of lesser value and life span. For long term play it is a much better investment.
While looking at this, and this future box, we have to look at previous sets. MM2 had some really great cards in it but with MSRP at $240 it is a terrible investment. This box won't be any different. Buying cards on the Reserved List, even the more expensive ones will more likely than not prove to be the better investment for your money.