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Comments (13)

DarthTK(17.07.2021 01:11)

Unabhängig davon ist es eine sehr schöne Karte :)

DoktorFuzzy(30.06.2021 11:28)

Die Anzahl der Karten hat sich übrigens fast vervierfacht, bei Fetches eher verdoppelt... Der Anstieg wird langsam von statten gehen.

Serom(23.06.2021 14:40)

@Powl10

Ja, ist wie bei den Fetches eine temporäre Angelegenheit. Nur die Aussage das der Reprint nichts bringen würde, ist schlicht falsch.

Powl10(18.06.2021 18:30)

Relativ egal denn die ist schnell wieder beim alten Preis.

Serom(18.06.2021 06:27)

Um den schwarz Sehern mal den Wind zu nehmen.

Stand heute, Tag des releases von MH2, die Basis Variante ist unter 20 Euro zu haben.

MrMeanjeans(08.05.2021 00:04)

Der Preis steigt und steigt und steigt. Ich kann meinem Vorredner nur recht geben, dass selbst ein Mythic Reprint die Karte nicht merklich billiger werden lassen würde. Man sollte hier zuschlagen, solange die Karte die 50 € noch nicht geknackt hat, denn eines ist sicher, das wird sie.

MuesliK91(28.08.2020 10:42)

Ich befürchte ja das nach dieser langen Abstinenz von einem Neudruck WotC, so geistesgegenwärtig sie oft sind, die als Mythic reprinten was den Preis mMn kaum beeinflussen wird. Ich hoffe ich habe unrecht, da sie so gut wie nur in Mono B EDH gespielt wird.

ossifuzz(19.05.2020 19:05)

Aufgrund der Preise mal nach Alternativen gesucht: Cabal Stronghold als Land (etwas später aber egal, kann dafür C) oder Magus of the Coffers als stabile Krea.

Due to the prices I looked for alternatives: Cabal Stronghold as Land (slightly later but ok, therefore provides C) or Magus of the Coffers as stable Crea.

freizeitspieler(27.05.2015 10:43)

Urborg, Grab von Yawgmoth, ist der Freund der Kabbalisten-Schatzkammern. Beide können zudem mit der Expeditionskarte aus der Bibliothek gesucht werden. Mein Deck dazu heißt "Die Schätze der Kabbalisten", zu finden auf "Magic für Freizeitspieler".

Darkforce(19.05.2015 13:18)

Die Cabal Coffers ist eine Pflichtkarte in jedem Monoschwarzen Deck egal ob EDH, Highlander oder 60er. Sobald man 3 Sümpfe Kontrolliert rampt sie auf 4 Mana mit 4 Sümpfen rampt sie bereits auf 6 Mana und mit 5 Sümpfen bereits auf 8 Mana.

Aus diesem Grund sollte man auch immer (abhängig vom gespielten Format) wenn verfügbar Landzerstörung wie Stripmine, Wasteland Ghostquarter und Co bereithaben.

Darkforce(19.05.2015 13:18)

Die Cabal Coffers ist eine Pflichtkarte in jedem Monoschwarzen Deck egal ob EDH, Highlander oder 60er. Sobald man 3 Sümpfe Kontrolliert rampt sie auf 4 Mana mit 4 Sümpfen rampt sie bereits auf 6 Mana und mit 5 Sümpfen bereits auf 8 Mana.

Aus diesem Grund sollte man auch immer (abhängig vom gespielten Format) wenn verfügbar Landzerstörung wie Stripmine, Wasteland Ghostquarter und Co bereithaben.

Darkforce(19.05.2015 13:18)

Die Cabal Coffers ist eine Pflichtkarte in jedem Monoschwarzen Deck egal ob EDH, Highlander oder 60er. Sobald man 3 Sümpfe Kontrolliert rampt sie auf 4 Mana mit 4 Sümpfen rampt sie bereits auf 6 Mana und mit 5 Sümpfen bereits auf 8 Mana.

Aus diesem Grund sollte man auch immer (abhängig vom gespielten Format) wenn verfügbar Landzerstörung wie Stripmine, Wasteland Ghostquarter und Co bereithaben.

avatar1(09.05.2015 16:19)

In jedem Rein-Schwarz Deck eine Muss Karte! Bei mehreren Farben macht sie weniger Sinn, einfach dadurch, dass man nicht die Anzahl an Sümpfen bringt.
Top-Karte zum ausspielen von mehreren kleinen oder wenigen teuren Sprüchen, wie Avatar of Woe, Spirit of the Night oder Plague Wind!!!

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