Mox Pearl

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

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Set Rarity
Vintage Masters (VMA) Rare
Unlimited Edition (2ED) Rare
Collector's Edition (CED) Rare
International Collector's Edition (CEI) Rare
Limited Edition Beta (LEB) Rare
Limited Edition Alpha (LEA) Rare

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Mox Pearl

Artifact

: Add to your mana pool.

Mox Pearl Discussion

MrItay on Card creation challenge

2 months ago

Quezacotl

Legendary Creature - Dinasour

Flying, Trample

Whenever ~ enters the battlefield or attacks it deals 2 damage to each creature and each opponent.

Whenever ~ is put into a graveyard or exile, you may shuffle your and put ~ on top on it.

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I hope I got the reference right, haven't played Final Fantasy at all. but now, create a Mox card that would suit the Mox family. see Mox Ruby , Mox Pearl , Mox Emerald . (maybe something about additional lands)

Esbilon on

7 months ago

I think you may have misunderstood, by 'mana-fixing' I mean 'making sure you have all the colours you need.' Mox Amber is really great if you have a lot of cheap Legendaries in a lot of colors since it lets you get mana of any colour represented among your legendary creatures and planeswalkers. In a mono-coloured deck, it's a Mox Pearl that only works when you have a Legendary creature in play, and the odds of you getting both the Mox and Kytheon in your opening hand or first few draws are very low. Getting it to work when you already have 5+ mana in play is rarely going to do anything good for you that a land wouldn't do as well.

Knight of the White Orchid is very good, but you need to know how to play it, since it is a bit tricky to get it to work. It costs 2 mana to cast, and the ETB only triggers when your opponent has more lands than you. This means that unless your opponent is cheating lands into play (which they might well be doing, of course), it's not going to be useful until at the earliest turn 3 on the draw, or turn 4 on the play, and in the latter case only if you refrained from playing a land on turn 3. To make it work the best, what you want is to be able to ramp into it by playing a mana dork on turn 1, and then playing KotWO on turn 2 before you play your land. To ramp in mono-white, you'd need Gold Myr, or you could keep Mox Amber and add more 1 drop legendaries, like Isamaru, Hound of Konda or Rhys the Redeemed.

sylvannos on Questions about Lantern Control

7 months ago

You could probably track down a really damaged, super-beat-up Unlimited Mox Ruby or Mox Pearl for like $500.

But like...it'd have to be duct taped back together, water damaged, and the artwork scratched out with an eraser.

Flooremoji on Questions about Lantern Control

7 months ago

Where can you track down a Mox Ruby, Mox Jet, Mox Sapphire, Mox Emerald or Mox Pearl for 110 BrandonJamesCAC? :) Or is that not what you meant?

kingalrik4 on Selling Mox Pearl

1 year ago

I'm selling my Mox Pearl, Unlimited version, mostly because I need the help with rent this month. I'd like to get $800 for it.

Scans of the card: https://imgur.com/a/DTgAVXE

Shipping will be insured and tracked.

RaberSaber on Newb Tron Eldrazi

1 year ago

Most people would consider this eldrazi TRON due to the urza lands, not just plain eldrazi. I'm not sure how new you are and if you knew this already so not to be rude just helping out.

If you're really considering vintage there are a lot of wayyy better cards to speed up this deck exponentially, depending on your budget.

These would be, in order of price.

Sol Ring (the only affordable one) Mana Crypt Mox Ruby Mox Emerald Mox Sapphire Mox Jet Mox Pearl and Black Lotus

Obviously you probably won't put in anything other than sol ring, but for sol ring I recommend a playset.

Caerwyn on The gods will hate me but i dont care V2

1 year ago

This deck is not Legacy legal. The Moxen and Un-Set cards are banned in legal. The proper category would be "Unknown."

If you are going to make a hypothetical, Power Nine-based, turn one Door to Nothingness deck, you might as well try to do it within 60 cards. Something like the following is exactly the reason why we have banned and restricted lists:

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