Mishra's Workshop

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OldbutFresh(15.06.2019 13:28)

If London Mulligan will lead to a restricted workshop like many years ago?
It surely leads to a restriction of PO, right?

Sebben997(25.05.2019 13:56)

Can we for the love of God just restrict this in Vintage all ready!

We can`t have a playset of Black Lotus in any deck. But Artifact decks gets a repetable Black Lotus for artifacts on every single turn on a land because that totally makes sense. WOTC get your shit together ban Brainstorm in Legacy while you`re at it.

Stefouch(20.05.2015 17:15)

This card is obviously a must-have in any artifact-based deck.
Be care, its mana can only be used to cast artifact spells and unfortunately not activating artifact abilities.

Not restricted in vintage explain a high price tag. It is also still unbanned in EDH, for the greatest happiness of Sharuum and Karn.

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