Mox Amber

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coach33(14.03.2019 05:22)

Strong focus on planeswalkers in next set, that could be useful.

joven(10.03.2019 23:27)

This Mox is really bad, because it need a colored legendary creature or planeswalker in play to produce mana. Even with 0-1 Mana Legends it doesn't work well because it's highly unreliable.

Ruiner(21.04.2018 13:26)

@Varonos1988
What are you talking about? There are 1- & 2-cmc colored legendary creatures legal in standard right now, so this can procude if build around in standard in the 2nd turn mana reliably.

I really doubt that this Mox will see as much play as any other (not banned) Mox across formats though...

But who knows, maybe someday there will be a competitive legendary deck in any eternal format utilizing this, I guess only time will tell.

House-of-Games(15.04.2018 14:09)

epic fail, can't produce mana until round 4 in standard. edh mox is the right naming...

PartyJ(06.04.2018 16:48)

Captain Sisay will love this Mox!
In EDH I expect that the higher cmc commander decks will not use this Mox very often.

mindovermatter(29.03.2018 13:12)

New wording template by wizards cuts out reference to mana pool.. That is normal.

Ruiner(21.03.2018 18:08)

I think there is something missing regarding the rules text: shoudn't it end with "... to your mana pool."?

Anyhow, it seems like a card specifically designed for commander at first glance, maybe it's the most balanced Mox they have printed yet?

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