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So this EDHREC article calls Planar Atlas "the best two-mana rock since Arcane Signet, full stop." I'm still pretty down on it, so I'm curious about how the rest of you think about it.

November 28, 2022 4:37 p.m.

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Planar Atlas: Sigh. For mono-color commanders, especially MV 4 ones, it would have been nice if this came in untapped.

Zask: obviously mills for random token Insects too

Auntie Blyte: How is there no black or rakdos hybrid pip for the identity? And How is she not just an imp? Guess they went for the "Devil on your shoulder" pun. (IDK if self-life loss in general would have been too much for the trigger.)

Agus Kos, Eternal Soldier: With Brother's War in mind I was thrown off by this not being a tribal card. And then I was thrown off again by it saying ability, not spell. Anway, probably some fun to be had here; how about Gideon, Battle-Forged? Or Mirrorpool?

Daring Piracy: I would have prefered Cloud Pirates as menace isn't super reliable, but Admiral Beckett Brass is nonetheless happy to have a reliable source of tribal combat damage.

Tragic Slip: Sigh. At least there's not a panty shot.

November 22, 2022 3:39 p.m.

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November 22, 2022 11:58 a.m.

Good catch on Symmetry Matrix not just working with nontokens; your combo made me think of Marneus Calgar + Nadir Kraken

November 15, 2022 11:13 a.m.

A bit of a follow-up:

https://magic.wizards.com/en/news/making-magic/act-of-war-part-2

"The other big evolution with Powerstone tokens in set design was the realization that they wanted all of them to enter the battlefield tapped. This was done for two reasons. One was a power-level issue. Instantly adding mana makes them stronger, which requires you to charge more for them and limits how and where you can use them. The second issue was a complexity one. When the Powerstone token enters untapped and provides mana, there's a desire to try and optimize the mana, which makes the math more complicated to track. As the Set Design team was looking for places to streamline complexity, this felt like a gain."

November 11, 2022 3:01 p.m.

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