Teferi, Hero of Dominaria

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BaronUSHER(2018-10-22 18:42)

This card is the best Planeswalker for control, easily straighten 2 lands, kill annoying bugs with the-3 and the last skill is the final victory. I also have to say that this letter is very nice, both the drawing and colors are incredible and I know no Planeswalker as cool as this.

Lathiel777(2018-10-09 12:17)

This card has had a slight errata. The +1 ability now reads:
"Draw a card. At the beginning of the next end step, untap UP TO two lands."
This is so that it no longer forces you to untap an opponents lands if you have none to untap yourself.

KingKorx1(2018-08-13 10:22)

Jeremy Dezani won yesterday the ProTour in brussels with it (Esper controll)
Therefore this plainswalker won´t get cheaper :D

KingKorx1(2018-08-13 10:20)

Jeremy Dezani hat gestern damit (Esper controll), die ProTour in Brüssel gewonnen.
Der Plainswalker wird dadurch nicht billiger :D

thomaku(2018-05-31 19:11)

With the number of dominaria packs getting opened... That's a joke

Mopey(2018-05-16 09:22)

25,00€ und steigend? Aber natürlich.

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