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Category Archives: Keywords
Nous voici de retour dans la semaine mécaniques de Bataille pour Zendikar ! Aujourd’hui nous allons couvrir l’une des mécaniques Eldrazi : la Carence. Bien qu’il y ait de vrais Eldrazi incolores dans cette extension (comme Ulamog, la Voracité insatiable …
Welcome back to Battle for Zendikar mechanics week! Today we’re covering one of the Eldrazi’s mechanics: Devoid. While there’s a fair few truly colorless Eldrazi in this set (such as Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger or Void Winnower), the majority of …
Double-faced cards have discovered a way to be face-down on the battlefield, but only if they enter that way due to the manifest ability! We explain how that works in real life.
Remind yourself about the subtleties of indestructible (including the M14 change), since this keyword ability returns in M15 (alongside Turn to Frog, no less!).
Fight returns in M15, and in case you aren't sure how it works, we explain it!
Today we offer a refresher on the the returning Theros block mechanics you'll see at the prerelease, including Monstrosity, Tribute, Inspired, and Bestow (plus a crash course on the gods of Theros).
Back when Zendikar block was still in standard, Brave the Elements was one of my favorite cards. We may have that back, but we also have Gods Willing, which grants protection to just one of your creatures, but that creature …
While this didn’t come up much at the prerelease (since there’s no real way to get rid of their +1/+1 counters in Theros sealed!), I’ve seen and heard a few players thinking that “Monstrous” is linked to the counters themselves. …
Infect! Quite the polarizing mechanic in most areas, it was either considered laughably bad or stupidly broken depending on who you were talking to. It’s gained some traction lately with eggs-in-one-basket rush decks, especially in Modern, and it’s possible you …