Obviously you want Elementals in the deck that
uses this. But any deck that has them will take
this as one of the best mana fixers they could
Any Magic card whose art depicts a rainbow gets
my vote. There's only one constructed archetype
this is really good in, namely multicolored
"good stuff" with lots of Elementals; but there
are good elementals in every color. That means
you can customize that deck to whatever style
you like to play. Between this and the Tenth
Edition painlands, you'll have no problems. It
can be all right in limited too, too, as decks
often stretch to three colors and there are also
lots of playable elementals.
for just over 5 years
-Playing MTG for just over 10
I think this is the worst land yet printed. That
may be harsh but really...it only works with
elementals. Making a card this narrow should be
against WOTC's development team rules.
Magic Noob in Canada since 2002
It's an automatic 4 copies in a dedicated
Elemental deck and pretty useless elsewhere.
Sadly, dedicated Elemental decks aren't that
great which renders it a bad card at the moment.
If better Elementals come out, I expect this
card to rise in value.
If you are playing enough colors and elementals
for this card to be good, odds are your deck
isn’t very good. It still might have some
potential in block.
- Constructed: 2
A good land in a bad deck...
- Casual: 4
Five color ahoy...
- Limited: 2
Can get you to a splashed Shriekmaw or some
shapeshifters, provided you have them.