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Yerodin666(05.05.2020 00:30)

Im Commander immer wieder ein Spaß.

cmbaer(02.11.2017 22:33)

Zurück geht das auf ein Deck des Youtubers "Magic Aids", welches 1:1 von Collins Mullen übernommen wurde. Legendär auch das Interview, in dem er dann nicht zugibt, wo das Deck herkommt, außer anzudeuten, dass er es aus dem Internet hat. Schön, wenn man gut spielen kann, aber schade, wenn man nicht die "Eier" hat, Credit zu geben wo es verdient ist.

Flippo(02.11.2017 11:22)

Explodiert gerade im Preis wegen Collins Mullens Humans Deck, welches das SCG Open in Cincinnati gewonnen hat. Dort hat in Runde 1 der Turn 2 Meddling Mage (Grapeshot wurde genannt) gegen UR Storm eine sofortige concession hervorgerufen. Wegen diesem relativ neu auftauchendem (Meta-)Deck spiken gerade auch mehrere Karten die dort enthalten waren, wie zb. Ancient Ziggurat.

Flippo(02.11.2017 11:22)

Explodiert gerade im Preis wegen Collins Mullens Humans Deck, welches das SCG Open in Cincinnati gewonnen hat. Dort hat in Runde 1 der Turn 2 Meddling Mage (Grapeshot wurde genannt) gegen UR Storm eine sofortige concession hervorgerufen. Wegen diesem relativ neu auftauchendem (Meta-)Deck spiken gerade auch mehrere Karten die dort enthalten waren, wie zb. Ancient Ziggurat.

flyingangelsep(02.11.2017 09:35)

Warum steigt der Preis so rasant??? Gibt es einen Reprint oder so?

Calmares(15.05.2015 11:26)

Meddling Mage ist die Invitational Karte des Spielers Chris Pikula und zeigt sogar sein Gesicht, was Chris den Spitznamen "Meddling Mage" einbrachte. Der Witz, dass Chris in einem Magicspiel entscheiden darf welche Karten gespielt werden dürfen und welche nicht wird so schnell nicht alt.

Calmares(15.05.2015 11:22)

Wenn ich es richtig sehe, dann ist das auf der Karte nicht nur nicht Chris Pikula, sondern sogar eine weibliche Magierin? Warum die WotC die Illustrationen von so ikonischen Karten ändern erschließt sich mir manchmal echt nicht.

GorehowL(12.05.2015 05:56)

hat in diesem artwork leider ihren charme als invitational karte von chris pikula verloren. was bleibt ist ein zweifarbiger 2/2er der das leben jedes combospielers mies machen möchte. momentan durch seine farbkombination ehr im legacy als im modern zu finden.

Creel(11.05.2015 16:05)

Eine sehr vielseitig einsetzbare Karte, die besonders gegen Kombodecks ihre störende Wirkung entfaltet.


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