Quotage: Most Type 1 players call for the legalizing of Portal because of one card in particular, the green common Jungle Lion, which many claim is just the card Stompy (mono-green beatdown) needs to be truly competitive. The problem is that the rules team can't just say "Jungle Lion is legal in Type 1." If Portal is to be legalized, all three sets must be legalized, which would entail writing Oracle wordings for all the cards (some of which are quite awkward under "real" rules), and assigning creature types to a bunch of monsters. While not an impossible task, it would require a bit of time. -=- Would it really kill them to just reprint the dang card outright? They've seen little problem with rehashing old cards so far. And they could easily do it in a way that'd get the seal of approval: MaRo's Kitty Kat G Creature — Cat (R) MaRo's Kitty Kat can't block. "Hello, MaRo's Kitty! Did you know I wrote for Roseanne?" — MaRo 2/1 Of course, the text above doesn't look like a Macintosh/XP GUI so it's not ready for print...but still, MaRo loves himself and routinely prints broken cards if they pleasure him; and by making it a rare, they're sure to sell lots and lots of cases of the ex-rain-forest material that makes up the other 99.94% of the overall print run.