Treasure Map / Treasure Cove

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BenRG89(13.05.2022 13:00)

The treasure support of the lates sets, as well as SNC makes this card ridiculously good in EDH. And as WOTC acknowledges treasures and keep printing new cards for the mechanic this card can only get stronger.

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