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Add 1 Field Spell from your Deck to your hand.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible.
3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed: August 23, 2017
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Hello Pojo Fans,
Terraforming is a card that is on notice to
potentially get banned in the upcoming list.
Search out your favorite Field Spell for no cost to
you, a 1-for-1 that will launch you into your
combos. This card has been amazing, digging out
Dragonic Diagram, which then leads to big plays and
seraches. If you play a Field Spell, you are running
at least one of these cards, usually a set to
maximize your chances. If you draw into more than
one off turn one you are thinning your deck, and in
the case of many Field Spells these days, getting
multiple effects off the same card in the same turn.
If you draw into it when you have used all your
Field Spells, set it as a bluff or use it as discard
It's a simple card that is run at max if you are
packing Field Spells. Dragonic Diagram will be the
reason this is limited or banned.
Until Next Time
With the rise of Field Spells came the rise of a
card released all the way back in Pharaonic Guardian
in 2003. That card is Terraforming.
I'll keep this short and sweet, Terraforming adds a
Field Spell from the deck to the hand. If your
archetype has a Field Spell and it is somewhat good,
then Terraforming is a 2 to 3 of depending on if
your deck can search it with ease without
This card is bound to go to 1, especially with the
release of Metaverse. Field Spells are just so
powerful in 2017.
Advanced Rating: 5/5
Terraforming is an incredibly simple Magic card.
It lets you add a Field Magic card from your Deck to
your Hand. A useful enough ability in a Deck
focused around a Field Magic card, but here's the
problem. If you've all ready played the Field
card, whatever it may happen to be, this card can
very easily turn into a dead draw. I wouldn't
fault anyone who uses a Field centered Deck to use
one, I think the issue here (in addition to the dead
Draw capacity) is whether or not you have room in
your Deck to run it.