One of the cards leaked in Dominaria Release Notes was this:
Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive
Legendary Creature — Human Rogue
Creatures you control with power or toughness 1 or less can’t be blocked.
My favorite tribe: Wizards. Not very supported one in general, but here’s one:
Naban, Dean of Iteration
Legendary Creature — Human Wizard
If a Wizard entering the battlefield under your control causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time.
Another green topic? Yes. Although, actually they were red at first.
The hydra of greek mythology was about growth. When it lost a head, two more sprung up. While that was exactly what the early versions went for, this proved quite difficult from design point of view, so they are more about +1/+1 counters and often scaling up when the game goes long.
Back in the mid-90s, when the MtG tournament scene was beginning to develop, but as one does in these situations, there was a lot of experimentation. When I started paying, 60 card decks where still a suggestion and ante was a common practice. But hey, let’s look at some of the other weird things happening back then.
Why have anything to cast in your library, if you have other players’ libraries to work with.
Did this feel weird to you?
This guy. Or girl. Admittedly, I don’t know, but I’m guessing (based on human prejudices) that it’s a woman.
What did we have before Rivals?
Yes, there are other good ones as well, like we saw during the Pro Tour in a monowhite aggressive deck, but we are going for a more midrangish version here, albeit with some synergies.
This is probably way too slow against various energy decks, but this is probably the kind of deck I would enjoy playing.
We didn’t get many Explorers in the new set, but some… Well. Okay. We got Jadelight Ranger.