Horizon Canopy

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Itsbendivisch(11.06.2019 08:23)

Since the enemy Horizon Lands have been printed in modern horizons , im almost sure that they will reprint it in the next modern set to come

Shackleton(05.02.2016 23:18)

most beautiful artwork. And probably the most uplifting one in the history of MTG.

Manuel94(05.09.2015 03:50)

w8 for a cycle imagine this in some blue color it would be retarded, this card was made for help not flood green decks ...

hugo87(19.05.2015 01:39)

The price this card has reached is absurd, it's only played in two tier 2 modern decks...

janverwijmeren(07.05.2015 23:52)

Still hoping for some sort of cycle with these kind of lands, like they did with the filter lands. Will be very powerfull though...

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