Discussion in 'Classic Questions' started by NeuroDeus, Sep 5, 2000.
Since 7th Edition is very near, what Articat would you like to reprinted?
Helm of Obidience (I know it won't happen, but I can want it right. )
Nev disk (I like red. Red near auto-loses to White )
Scroll (same as above)
Those are about the only Artifacts I've ever used as I hate the idea of Artifacts in general and Red is now dependant on them I've gotta try and find some others (rummages around...)
MOX DIAMOND! Oh yeah.
my choices are these:
i just love using these things, and it would be great if they were legal in t2
What would I like to see reprinted?
Nev's disk ( I play black, damn white)
Beast of Burden
And the all-powerful, broken, Metallic Sliver!
P9(I can wish can't I)
Phyrexian Portal would be nice... My collection is lacking.
Icy Manipulator. Can you imagine if this thing was printed in MM Block? It would certainly be a power card, but not too broken, as it's not really a Port due to the high casting cost... And no, Ring of Gix is NOT a replacement for Icy. I want the real thing!
How about a reprint of everyone's favorite annoying artifact: Static Orb.
Mine is Nev's Disk btw (or should I call it Larry's Disk)
Ankh of mishra.. heart of ramos, ensnaring bridge (ilove that card)
Gee guys the only artifact worth reprint has to be bottle of suleiman, such ramdomness and chance are the way that magic should be! no deck should ever be unkillable, and every deck should be able to take its own life too!
sol ring would be nice.
Oh, and I don't suppose your affinity for bottle of sulieman has anything to do with the fact that your name is sulieman backwards, eh?
Beast of Burden
The original Moxes and Lotus would be cool, but it'll probably never happen.
I would like to see Millstone reprinted
and would like to see Cursed Scroll taken off the banned and restricted list
Ring of Ma'Ruf
But my #1 most wanted artifact reprint:
Nothing else will ever come close to the fun this baby adds to the game. Especially in a slower environment full of multi-colored decks.
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