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The Top 10 Magic: The Gathering Cards of All Time

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It's finally here. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Magic, we brought together the hivemind of ChannelFireball Pros, content contributors, and more to create the ultimate list: The 100 greatest Magic cards of all time. In this final episode, we brought together Reid Duke, Luis Scott-Vargas, and Brian Kibler to count down the definitive 10 greatest Magic cards ever printed. ChannelFireball.com is your premier source for Magic: The Gathering strategy, singles, sealed product and accessories!
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Josh Targo (4 days ago)
Where's #15-11? it's missing from your playlist.
Lord Caldlow (9 days ago)
No library?
Conleyfamily 4 (9 days ago)
# 2 Black Lotus LSV- Jesus Christ lol.
SerLaama (11 days ago)
Time Walk isn't explore. Explore costs mana. The comparison is terrible.
blainethemono19 (20 days ago)
The part about Gaea’s Cradle “creatures don’t cost zero”, I put together a legacy Kobold deck with multiple win conditions (driven by Glimpse of Nature) years ago, and that deck killed it. All about manipulation, but those two lands are one in the same.
Avant-Tom (20 days ago)
Reid Duuuuuke. He's the man, we were on the same crew team
Robert Cuellari (20 days ago)
brainstorm was also played in turbo land with thawing glaciers in old extended.
Daniel Makarewicz (21 days ago)
This list is a joke right? Library of Alexandria is not top 10 all time? Demonic tutor, Balance, Mind Twist and Wheel of fortune not in the top 12 I can tell that this list was made by players who have not played since the birth of the game what an insult this list is to the cards power level 1.Ancestral Recall 2. Mind Twist 3. Black Lotus 4. Library of Alexandria 5. The Moxen 6. Sol Ring 7. Balance 8. Demonic Tutor 9. Tolarian Academy 10. Yawgmoth’s Will 11. Force of Will 12 Wheel of Fortune 13. Time Walk 14. Strip Mine 15 Mana Drain
Emmanuel Perez (21 days ago)
Love how you gotta go down all the way to Jace at 15th to have an actual win condition!!!
Judah Burlingame (22 days ago)
Someone put a mic on that host!
Roger Lo (24 days ago)
where the fuck is magic TV
X•Mega Mike (24 days ago)
Sylvan Library most definitely deserves to be on this list.
Firebert (24 days ago)
Some ideas for cards that didn't make the list: I think the list needed more hate cards. Stuff like Blood Moon, Ensnaring Bridge, Chalice of the Void, even something like Rest In Peace. You may scoff at one or more of those but tell me they aren't more powerful than Vendilion Clique, Duress, or Dismember. Sometimes you play one of these cards and the opponent just scoops. Sylvan Library: I think the pros were surprised this didn't make it, too. It's great card selection in a color that needs it. Path and Fatal Push: I can see why these aren't included, because they aren't strictly powerful effects on their own. However, they allow for white and black decks to be playable in modern without splashing red or whatever to have a removal spell. You basically literally couldn't play Sultai in modern a few years ago because you had no reliable answer to 1 CMC creatures. Now you can because of Push. I'd (usually) play these over Dismember, depending on format. Inquisition: I'm not completely sure on this, but I think there's an argument to be made of Inquisition vs. Duress. It definitely depends on deck and if you're pre/post-sideboard, but Inquisition is a very powerful card. Splinter Twin: Possibly doesn't belong on this list, but it's a card that ends games on the spot. And combined with Exarch, it warped the modern meta. Second Sunrise: Unbearable to play against and watch, but it could reliably help you win in the first few turns. Liliana of the Veil: Stupidly powerful and the second best planeswalker. Karn Liberated: Dumb card that wins games. Tron lands: Enable dumb cards that win games. I'm okay with anyone saying my ideas are trash. Just thought it would be fun to throw out some really good cards that could've been on the list. I think I'd put Blood Moon, Lily, and Sylvan Library on for sure at the very least. Edit: Oh, also Assassin's Trophy and Teferi should be considered. Obviously one was new and the other wasn't spoiled at the making of this video, but they are both dumb cards.
Nels Paulson (24 days ago)
So The probably should do a follow up for the biggest snubs(thinking tron lands, Karn, Sylvan Library, etc..), and one for cards that have been released only recently but should make the list(tefferri HoD, and Assasins trouphy).
rr ww (24 days ago)
Mana Crypt seems high, Tinker should have been higher I remember people Workshopping out a Clockwork Beast or other nonsense with a Crypt it wasn't that impressive. it's just not iconic can't say enough good things about Brainstorm; people were milking that as soon as it came out, Thawing Glaciars, Mirage fetches, Demonic Consultation, the Tutors, Browse, Feldon's Cane, Land Tax
themisprintguy (25 days ago)
Hi guys, since I'm one of the few that can correct you, I will- During playtesting, Time Walk said "take an extra turn." It was Starburst, also known as the red Time Walk, that said "opponent loses next turn." That caused confusion, it was meant to skip someone which was important in group play. But due to confusion it was never made.
Jeffrey Denenberg (25 days ago)
Calling it before I watch the video, #2 black lotus, #1 blacker lotus
joshua medlen (25 days ago)
where's the episode you put bonfire of the damned on I want to watch kiblers face on that one
Tackletree (26 days ago)
Where did Gush rank ?
The-Jaded (26 days ago)
I just understand putting Lotus over Recall in terms of iconic. But Lotus is SO bad in a vacuum, while Recall never is a blank unless you have no blue source or less than three cards in your deck. Also: I don't think that Brainstorm is better than like Library or Shop. Bazaar is debatable. Sometimes, even Ponder is better than Brainstorm so what is this based upon?
HappilyNeverEver Again (26 days ago)
The real best card in Magic is Island Island needs to get banned Wizards plz ban island
1. One with nothing
Joshua Beck (26 days ago)
Would you rather cast 3 ancestoral recall off of a black lotus or 3 black lotus off of ancestoral recall?
Zetimenvec (26 days ago)
I honestly thought gitaxian probe should be on here somewhere. Not top 10, but within the 11-50 somewhere. The fact that it's banned from legacy and modern, and restricted in vintage shows that this is an absurdly powerful card. The fact that it took so long to ban is also to showcase that this card is deceptively powerful. I'd wager to say it's a better card than mental misstep, and not by a little bit.
Zetimenvec (24 days ago)
I'm dumb.
Firebert (24 days ago)
Probe was on the list at 56, my man.
Matstaal (26 days ago)
My personal favorite is #16 Lightning Bolt. I adore the simplicity of the design, the flavour, the colour identity, power level and versatility. It was basically the first non-creature spell I was introduced to, and 20 years later I'm still casting it in Modern.
adikateonenia (26 days ago)
why didnt u show the cards long enouggh to propoerly read wtf
Ira Rosenblum (26 days ago)
Great concise list thanks for all of your time and effort. Really enjoyed the videos. how long till top 100 worst?
Stanely Williams (27 days ago)
Brian's face looks like a penis, and his voice sounds like he has a sack stuck in his throat.
Wiseley T (27 days ago)
Number 1 should have been sorrow's path. Or at the very least, Mashi should have said it as a joke like he did with lotus at number 2
Andrew w (27 days ago)
no chimney imps, storm crow, wood elemental, scronful egotist, paliano the high city, shame, worst list ever, unsubscribed
Helmutt Hat (27 days ago)
More proof that the "power nine" should have included sol ring.
Grommet B (27 days ago)
no storm crow
Bob Mcmahan (27 days ago)
Whaaat i was sure number one was gonna be smugglers copter
Mark Seccareccia (27 days ago)
Has this been posted in list form yet?
dustmop (27 days ago)
So happy to hear LSV mention Contract from Below at 23:23. It is absolutely the most powerful card ever printed, no contest, not even close.
julian slavin (27 days ago)
Where's splendid genesis
Bl00dSt0rm60 (27 days ago)
I liked the list for the most part but i do think even tho grave troll isnt the highest dredge count, the mechanic alone should have just taken the spot instead of troll
Red Green (27 days ago)
I think that if you are going to crap on time walk, you should at least include the “untap all permanents you control”. Wouldn’t hurt to include haste and the combat phase. But play a 2 mana spell into a 3 mana spell is nothing to scoff at. Demonic Tutor went from 2 to 4 in recent printings. Time Walk? 5 +, unless miracled on turn 3, which is still a nerf. If you have cast time walk enough you would know its an auto include in any deck that can legally cast it. Untap phase, op.
GRat9717 (27 days ago)
Was this recorded in a hotel room?
CÓLaocha (27 days ago)
Brainstorm is legal in pauper, where Evolving Wilds is the best "fetchland", Ponder and Preordain are better in pauper, generally.
Waffles For Days (26 days ago)
Dark Ritual is also in reanimator where the most mana you`d need turn one is two or three mana to go off. Dark Ritual allows for both but it can be played fairly but it`s insane in unfair decks the worst Mox is probably Mox Pearl from the power nine. I think it goes 1.Mox Sapphire 2.Mox Jet 3.Mox Ruby 4.Mox Emerald 5.Mox Pearl Mox Emerald can atleast cast Oath of Druids and Sylvan Library in Vintage. The most powerful white spell in Vintage is Balance which of course is stronger then Oath of Druids but i think Mox Emerald has more applications then Pearl in Vintage atleast Mox Pearl is probably better in Cube though. You missed 1.Hermit Druid 2.Flash 3.Windfall 4.Liliana of the Veil 5.Blood Moon(Arguably) 6.Serra`s Sanctum 7.Demonic Consultation 8.Acadamy Rector 9.Fact or Fiction 10.Sylvan LIbrary
Waffles For Days (26 days ago)
The worst colour is white therefore Mox pearl is the worst one.
Welverin (27 days ago)
Worst/best Mox is a pointless question, they're all equally powerful, the real question is really 'what's the best/worst color?'
Malte Diekmann (27 days ago)
Unpopular opinion coming through: fetchlands should have been top 5 at the very, very least. They are the best lands in the game (suck it, duals!) and are so far above the curve that it's not even funny. The most powerful cards printed since alpha, imo.
Malte Diekmann (27 days ago)
Also Brainstorm is at number 6, but it would be number 95 without fetchlands.
Ove Tang (27 days ago)
Duress and basic lands is weird picks.Like another person said, better than Liliana, don't think so. Duress have never been that influential to be considered a top 100 card and basic lands? That's just necessary to play the game itself. Top 20 is just weird. Apart from that the list is reasonable.
Gabba The Hut (27 days ago)
the plural of mox is actually "moxen" not moxes
John McNally (27 days ago)
Glad to see Paul Cheon getting out of the house.
Genie (27 days ago)
Ive watched these videos and come to the conclusion that well, you cant rate a magic card against the rest of the pool by singling out what that card does and when. To me, I feel as though Ancestral Recall is a far better card than the Lotus simply because you get gains at any time, whereas the Lotus' shines most in the early game. A late game draw into a Lotus doesn't help. On the other hand, the power level of Magic in general states that the formats in which these cards are legal have a "power creep" tempo. If you get to late game in Vintage, something is wrong. While I do admire the potency of a Black Lotus, my deep rooted ideology of the game tells me card advantage, no matter where in the tempo of the game it exists, is far superior. Recall being played usually always provides more over time than a Lotus. But thats my take on it. :/
Dingo (26 days ago)
Vintage gets to the late game all the time (> turn 5-6). It's a misconception to think all the games are decided on turn 1-2. Some are, some aren't.
Mateus Viegas (27 days ago)
no vizzerdrix? unsubscribed and reported
TravistheGREAT03 (27 days ago)
Soooo much Blue in this top 10...and still somewhere there will be a Blue player whinign about aggro...
Nick Imholte (27 days ago)
After a battle that raged the entire countdown, Colorless edges out blue 32 to 29 for most common color. Black picks up one more to comfortably beat out green for 3rd (15 to 12). White and Red tie for 5th at 5 a piece. Of note, this does not count the 2 multi colored cards which would put White in dead last. By type, Sorcery took it down with 26. Artifacts beat Creatures and Instants 18 to 17, and Land(s) rounds out the top 5 with 5. Note: This does not count the one card (Ravager) with two types. By CMC, (Discounting Lands), the most common costs go in order. 1, then 2, then 3, then 4. Three cards had unique CMCs (Can you guess them?) Average CMC (Again, discounting Lands), 2.5
Alessandro Boscaini (1 day ago)
qulzz and Griselbrand
Nick Imholte (26 days ago)
Oh wow, my bad. Thanks for the catch. I'll fix it.
qulzz (27 days ago)
Treasure Cruise has a CMC of 8, same as Dig Through Time, so its not unique. But I really appreciate the effort you've put in this. Always thought Red were a better colour and closely behind black.
Nick Imholte (27 days ago)
Well, technically Mind Twist's CMC is 1. But its the only X spell in the countdown. The other is Treasure Cruise. (9).
qulzz (27 days ago)
I can only think of Emrakul. What are the other two?
Brad Young (27 days ago)
Recall > lotus
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
Kind of the point of their discussion is it depends
uptherockies (27 days ago)
'Jesus Christ' - LSV's reaction to #2 xD
Timothy Bensema (27 days ago)
Why couldn’t we stick GerryT under the table?
EGarrett01 (28 days ago)
I don't understand why Wizards didn't take the opportunity with Vintage Masters to have a contest to let fans add flavor text to the power 9.
Alyssin Williams (28 days ago)
#1 is.. Path of Sorrow!
Gangi Films (28 days ago)
LSV you can smile. just letting you know.
Mark Walker (28 days ago)
How did you manage to misspell Kibler's name at the beginning? It's in his Twitter handle!
Castekn2796 (28 days ago)
is drawing 3 cards more fun then three free mana?
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
+Castekn2796 it's true
Castekn2796 (27 days ago)
+Knowledgeabletyrant lotus still in slot #1
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
+Castekn2796 3 free mana does nothing without another fun card. Drawing 3 cards is just fun no matter what. Even if it causes you to mill out, you still get the moral victory
Castekn2796 (27 days ago)
+Knowledgeabletyrant lol maybe
Knowledgeabletyrant (28 days ago)
Laurin Gruber (28 days ago)
why no gravedigger?
Adam Saligman (28 days ago)
In all honesty, shouldn't The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale been on this list, and have been in the Top 20? Opinions?
Welverin (26 days ago)
I certainly am not either, but I don't often see it in lists published in This Week in Legacy/Vintage on MTG Goldfish and they're focusing on the current meta. To me it seems to be to creatures what Blood Moon is to lands, a card that can hose certain decks, but be completely dead against others.
Adam Saligman (26 days ago)
Thanks for your opinion! It is pretty playable in Legacy Lands (which I know is narrow), but it seems like an extremely powerful ability to give to a card that costs 0 mana and can't be countered. I am not an expert, on competitive play at all though, nor do I claim to be.
Welverin (27 days ago)
A sideboard card at best? Is it really all that relevant?
Mary Lelko (28 days ago)
I think that Liliana of the Veil and reanimate should have been on this list.
Seung Lim (28 days ago)
I feel like they valued iconic-ness and nostalgia way too high. How strong a card is in a vacuum shouldn't be the only thing that matters sure, but like a card like cursed scrolls does not deserve a spot on this list just because it was strong in it's format.
Robert McCarroll (28 days ago)
am I the only who noticed how HARD Kibler is tweeking? They need to give that man a drug test, but he probably is just abusing his adderal prescription.
twitchster77 (28 days ago)
#5 is my personal favorite card in the game.
anonymousvagrant (28 days ago)
Where's Teferi?
MTGNostalgia (28 days ago)
Good video. But someone should have a look at Mashi's microphone/sound level.
Jesse Collingwood (28 days ago)
You guys have the best intro of all time. Bravo!
Shaun McIsaac (28 days ago)
Yawg-Win at 10 is pure spew. The "fair" case gets discussed for this card, which is a line like "brainstorm, fetch land, duress, path to exile"... except that line is bonkers! The unfair line, which is "the game just ends," is ridiculously easy to orchestrate and revolves around cards you're likely to play anyways. Brainstorm at 6 is just silly. Gets played all over the place in CMDR and is never a problem. You could throw it into standard and it wouldn't get banned. Sol Ring ahead of Mana Crypt is bizarre. Crypt is just better - because there are no "next turns" when you just murder your opponent immediately.
J Steve Bergquist (27 days ago)
Brainstorm is only so-so in Commander, but that's true of a lot of "broken" cards that are insane in 1-v-1 and not useful in a 4 player game where everyone starts at 40 life. If this list we're geared toward cards that are strong in Commander, it would look extremely different. It might not impact Standard if introduced today, but they point out in the video that it's powerful in the context of running fetch lands alongside it. Brainstorm is absolutely everywhere in Legacy - it's one of those cards that gets more powerful the more powerful the format is overall.
safin salih (28 days ago)
Basic lands, smh
Jesauce (28 days ago)
LSV, Kibler, and The Duke were a nice icing on the cake, but the entire roster was amazing! Great series!
Zach Stemmler (28 days ago)
#1 should be Tibalt best 2 mana planeswalker !
K K (28 days ago)
20:50 LSV Confirms that he didn't start until they did the basic lands segment. Basic lands only 15 spots higher than Sol Ring and Moxes. Lol.
Vinny Brocato (28 days ago)
I still cannot believe wheel of fortune is 91
Letras del Sur (28 days ago)
I actually got mad when he said #2 black lotus
Jason Rohr (28 days ago)
I still think that Dig and Cruise should be higher on the list. They were banned almost as soon as they were printed. Just absurd cards.
Politikz (28 days ago)
Yes, number one is exactly what you think it is ;)
Victor Pluntky (28 days ago)
I know the mana cost is pretty high but Rules Lawyer is really good...
Lostarino Kripparino (28 days ago)
Disinformation Campaign is an easy contender for number one
CalypsoGaming (28 days ago)
Trying to read the tiny card text because I'm to lazy to rewind....
Fatal Seabass (28 days ago)
I don't get it. Someone explain this to a noob like me but how is a card that gives you just 1 color mana(Mox) above a card that gives you a whole other turn(Time Walk)?
toast_recon (28 days ago)
+tdfowler79 When you can cast it, time walk also gives you a tempo advantage and gets around the 1 land per turn effect (by giving you the extra turn to play a land). I think it's just the availability of moxen regardless of your land situation and on turn 1 that puts them over the edge vs time walk.
tdfowler79 (28 days ago)
To be as concise as possible, the reason why many would consider the Moxes to be better is that they give you a tempo advantage. In Magic, you're only allowed to play 1 land per turn. Moxes give you access to more mana earlier than your opponent which can allow you to be ahead early, which leads to a snowball effect. There are other reasons why they are good, but that is the main one. Note that this list is subjective. It is by no means definitive. At very worst, Time Walk is 0 mana draw a card (since you get to untap the lands you tapped to play it immediately)... At best it wins you the game due to a broken combo or just getting more damage in due to a 2nd combat phase. Time Walk is a completely broken card that has been restricted since very very early on in the game's history. One could certainly make an argument for Time Walk being better than the Moxes.
toast_recon (28 days ago)
+Fatal Seabass it might be fair to put time walk above moxen, as they're both extremely ridiculous magic cards that have greater impact in different situations. Understand that playing a turn 1 Mox is pretty much like playing a turn 1 time walk in that it develops you 1 Mana at the cost of 1 card. So it's a free way to do what time walk is already doing for you. Time walk only gets better if you already have mana developed and want to cast more things or if you have some kind of once per turn action you can do (attack, activate planeswalkers, tap to use artifacts, etc)
Flarecinder (28 days ago)
I mean...it's still listed as the fifth strongest spell, so you're not wrong. But sometimes you just plain don't have anything going on, so it's just a land and card. Long story short though, Magic's hard and card power is a tad subjective.
Fatal Seabass (28 days ago)
Thanks for the quick reply. I guess when you put it like that, its pretty insane. Its just that with a game like Magic, I would assume that getting back to back turns would be so strong since your opponent would be so behind.
kilian phillips (28 days ago)
Black lotus is the only card which instantly improves any deck within reason. No other single card has such a profound effect regardless of color, or style.
Knowledgeabletyrant (24 days ago)
+kilian phillips fair. But outside of combo decks, the upside of recall is larger
kilian phillips (25 days ago)
+Knowledgeabletyrant sol ring there for is better than ancestors recall, but black lotus produces colored mana making it a lot stronger in a vacuum also sol ring is very good but if your an aggro style deck using turn 1 to accelerate is not ideal because you cant easily follow with a 2 generic play, where as 4 colored mana in an aggro turn 1 is powerful momentum
Knowledgeabletyrant (28 days ago)
If you want to talk about any deck within reason, sol ring has the same effect. So you have to look at it from different perspectives as well.
Simon Choi (28 days ago)
Sol ring is strictly better than time walk
Knowledgeabletyrant (28 days ago)
Strictly better isn't really an applicable term here. They serve completely different purposes.
Nigelrioux1 (28 days ago)
no timetwister?
jeremy812 (28 days ago)
Thank you for the series. This video has demonstrated that these are four people I would love to have dinner and conversations with.
Frizzey (28 days ago)
#0 - Totally Lost
Kevin Baudin (28 days ago)
Bazaar of Baghdad, number one in my heart (and I really think it's better than many of the cards from 16 to 1). No one loves dredge :(.
Timothy Black (28 days ago)
3:37 Duke calling LSVs "Value Yogs", "bad Yogs" 😂😂😂
Schwarzer Tee (28 days ago)
No Mana Tithe????????????????????????? Getting countered while being outtapped in Blue - nothing special. But getting countered with 1 white mana open? now THAT is surprising
Bjarke Møholt (28 days ago)
We frequently play with a paper proxied version of the vintage holiday cube and I always love me some Mana Tithe plays
KabukiKid (28 days ago)
Mana Tithe is ALWAYS surprising... even when you are playing against white and know it is a possibility. Your mind just doesn't tend to go there... so it somehow always surprises you. heh
Dr Schuurmans (28 days ago)
Where is the 15–10 video ?
JJS (28 days ago)
#1 Charging badger
Theo Stephens (28 days ago)
Is it just me or does the intro for this video sound like the intro for galacticgod?
EwokPanda (28 days ago)
"The most common place people see Sol Ring is cube" .... Kibler has obviously never played Commander... Also, WOW Reid was quiet the episode.
chortlesinthecorner (25 days ago)
Seems like something the Hall of Fame and Pro Tour types tend to go towards whereas most magic players have found commander to be the fun way to use up cards from draft/cracking/post rotation
Welverin (25 days ago)
There was a lot of talking about the old days and he seemed to be enraptured listening to stories from the older guys.
Kai Hollmann (28 days ago)
Where was Teferi?
Nels Paulson (24 days ago)
This was filmed at GP Vegas this year. Tefferri really was unknown at the time and the survey was done before Domineria was even spoiled.
Philippe Mineau (27 days ago)
Next to Blood pet
Trey Moulton (28 days ago)
I’m surprised demonic consultation wasn’t on the list.
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
+Trey Moulton yeah the card is absurd, and way better than cursed scroll.
Trey Moulton (27 days ago)
Knowledgeabletyrant The entire list
Knowledgeabletyrant (28 days ago)
On the top ten or the entire list?
youngthinker1 (28 days ago)
To this day, I believe Kaladesh's problem is, the lack of interaction with energy. If a strong, cheap energy removal spell existed, then the majority of the problems would of been solved. Consider it the phithing needle or one with nothing printing strategy.
danamaniac66 (28 days ago)
The Contract From Below shout out made me so happy, after playing 4 of it in Shandalar I truly understand how it is the real most powerful card of all time
Thomas Mcmahan (28 days ago)
How is sol ring better than mana crypt?
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
+Shaun McIsaac your A, B, and C are valid, but point D is lost as most decks win through damage anyway, unless you're talking about commander. Don't take this as me disagreeing with your entire point, I actually agree with you. I think the reason it's ranked higher is just because of the iconic value of So Ring, and how strangely they printed Mana Crypt as a book promo and whatnot.
Shaun McIsaac (28 days ago)
Nah, it's crypt and it's not really close in raw power. Close in the rankings I guess? Because both are ridiculous. A) Crypt just allows that little bit extra stupidity on turn 1 hands. There's lots of things that are pretty unfair on T2, but are just outrageous on T1 - notably Wheel, Timetwister, and Windfall. If you're on the play, a T1 draw seven might cause your opponent to have an unplayable hand that they can't mulligan out of, effectively ending the game. B) Sol Ring can get Mental Misstep'd, Crypt can't. C) Crypt can allow lines of play to continue where a sol ring would have resulted in a passed turn. For example if you open with land mox mox wheel, drawing into a mana crypt and a SDT continues doing things while the equivalent Sol Ring draw has pass. D) The damage only matters under very limited circumstances. Notably, your opponent has to not win with infinite or near infinite damage, can't do lethal stroke of genius, lethal infect, lab man, etc..
KabukiKid (28 days ago)
Sol Ring is definitely better than Mana Crypt, I'd think. Granted, they should be VERY close to one another on any list.
GacNac (28 days ago)
Moxen, the moxen. Not moxes :p
jim vilain (28 days ago)
that s sad the guest are excellent the theme is excellent but the realisation is really low quality , ty for the content but hope next time u will have better editor , material
Tsmalls (28 days ago)
I guess we will never know what the top 15-11 are.
RespectYourViews (26 days ago)
Some of us watched that vid already, also they show two slides at the end of this video showing 100-41 and 40-1.
Knowledgeabletyrant (27 days ago)
They made the video
kyle chmielewski (28 days ago)
This list was abysmal

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