[card]One with Nothing[/card]. Slaughter Games even has a decent impact in Modern, making Rakdos enthusiasts among the most satisfied post-Return to Ravnica. I’ve actually been way less impressed with this than I thought I’d be. It’s going to win most of the fights it gets in, and having haste goes a long way. There are plenty of tricks you can do with this card, and setting up the right blocks to take advantage of it is critical to getting the maximum amount of value. [card]One with Nothing[/card]. Ravnica block fat packs featured specially designed life counters with artwork from the sets instead of the spindown life counters normally found in fat packs.. (0%). Oh, just a 7-power flying trampler, nothing to see here. Rakdos Charm exists in a strange space. Duele como os melhores, imediatamente. It does what you want as a splash in Golgari or against slow decks, but as an actual Rakdos card it isn’t great. My experiments with Rakdos Charm have not ended well. (Given that I’m playing that color, I will play this card 100% of the time. [card]Thragtusk[/card]. [card]Naturalize[/card]. ), 2.5: Several cards of this power level start to pull me into this color. I like my horns like I like my chicken: battered. 5. Make Offer - Magic the Gathering (MTG) Return to Ravnica -Set of 5 Factory Sealed Intro Decks. …is not how I would describe the effect this will have on Constructed. [card]Tarmogoyf[/card]. Embora a magia do Pacto das Guildas tenha sido quebrada, as dez guildas continuam vivendo neste plano coberto por cidades. [card]Think Twice[/card]. Basta escolher com qual dos dois decks de 22 cards cada um jogará, inserir até 5 cards dos dois boosters inclusos e começar a jogar! Do you want to play a game? It’s also worth considering against some Selesnya decks—particularly those that populate with [card eyes in the skies]Birds[/card], not [card call of the conclave]Centaurs[/card]. I’m still dubious about its worth in Standard, just because there usually aren’t enough linear decks to warrant it. Inclui um guia do jogador com imagens de todos os cards da coleção, duas caixas para deck da Coleção Básica completa, nove boosters de 15 cards, 80 terrenos básicos e um marcador de pontos de vida de edição especial. There is definitely something here, it’s just going to take a strange convergence of metagame factors to make it good. (50%), 1.0: I feel bad when this card is in my main deck. One way to make random discard less oppressive and fun-ruining is by making it cost six mana, as is clearly shown here. Next up I’ll be tackling blue, followed by Izzet! By Luis Scott-Vargas / October 8, 2012 October 11, 2019. It is more well-suited to a defensive deck, despite its ability being purely player-targeted, but I can see this making it in some aggro decks. [card]Restoration Angel[/card]. As eager as this guy is to jump into the fray, it’s been a long time since a 5-power trampler for four would automatically be under consideration. Unless the perfect (fire)storm of cards converge onto Standard, I don’t think this version of [card]Lightning Rift[/card] will achieve the fame and/or playability of the original. As far as Cranials go, the uncounterability clause makes this an attractive one. 2.0: Niche card. [card]Splatter Thug[/card] Still, if you are confident that your creatures can beat up their creatures, this might have a shot. 3.5: Good in multiple archetypes, but not a format staple. Return to Ravnica Set Review – Azorius. (Bear in mind that many cards fall into this category, although explanation of why is obviously important. In the next (and last) segment, I cover the stragglers I haven’t talked about and conclude the set review with a look at the cards likely to impact Constructed. First strike and haste are already pretty good, and punishing anyone who plays a flashback spell is a relevant bonus. You can get a [card hellhole flailer]4/3 for three[/card] with a good sacrifice ability already, and this is way too inconsistent to really beat that. [card]Tarmogoyf[/card]. Sideboard or currently unknown archetype. His resume includes eight PT top 8s with a win at Berlin in 2008, fifteen GP Top 8s with five wins, and a Hall of Fame induction in 2013. The size you get for the cost here is impressive, making this serve very well as the finisher of choice for fast Rakdos decks. [card]Curse of Death’s Hold[/card]. I like 0/4’s and I like winning the game, so this is a hit in my book. I feel like the effect of this can’t possibly be worth trying to figure out what it actually does, but I’ll give it a shot. I can imagine playing a sick curve of unleash guys and just crushing mercilessly, with each unleash guy making other unleash guys stronger. The only problem with the two mana option is that you might be tempted to waste it on something early, when this card really is best served as [card]Flame Wave[/card]. Stanislav Cifka finished off a near-flawless weekend with his Second Breakfast deck, defeating Player of the Year Yuuya Watanabe in an epic five-game finals of Pro Tour Return to Ravnica. [card]Curse of Death’s Hold[/card]. [card]Intangible Virtue[/card]. E você pode contar com um card raro dentre os 15. You do have to think about when you are going to be casting those spells; don’t go counting your [card rakdos cackler]1-mana 2/2 unleash guys[/card] as action here. I’ve played a lot of [card]Flame Slash[/card]es, and paying an extra mana for the [card bonfire of the damned]Bonfire[/card] option seems awesome. [card]Snapcaster Mage[/card]. Yeah, I was right. If I’m wrong, only like 15 people will point it out, so that’s probably fine. (30%), 0.5: There are situations where I might sideboard this into my deck, but I’ll never start it. (10%), 0.0: I will never put this card into my deck (main deck or after sideboarding). The first two abilities are pretty clearly more sideboard-oriented than the last, and none of the three carry the other two on their own. If your first unleash guy puts the opponent on the back foot, it means the successive unleash guys are more likely to be unleashed, which is pretty sweet. 2. If there was a rating bellow 1, this would surely receive it. 3.5: I feel a strong pull into this card’s color. As a finisher, it does present an unblockable source of damage, and getting in some extra pings off multicolor spells isn’t irrelevant. This card is surprisingly sweet. In a control deck, you should just have better things. You can cobble together as many 5-power guys for four mana as you want; your brute squad deck still won’t rescue any princesses. If you can’t hit them, this might sit in your hand for a few turns, but it can’t be that hard to get a point in. Rakdos does have an advantage, with common and uncommon unleash guys way more likely to be playable in Constructed than the other guild mechanics. In an aggro deck, you should have better things to do with your mana than pay two to deal an extra point of damage. (Bear in mind that many cards fall into this category, although explanation of why is obviously important. (0%). The first four are great in almost any deck (though [card]Gore-House Chainwalker[/card] loses a bit of its luster in control), and burning them out from over 10 is a distinct possibility. 2.0: Niche card. Ground [card rorix bladewing]Rorix[/card] is as good as advertised. Cinco delas estão aqui dentro. Adding the ability to just wipe their board makes it awesome. It wouldn’t be the end of the world if your mono-red deck chose to fire off a few of these, but it’s not likely that this knocks [card]Searing Spear[/card] or [card]Pillar of Flame[/card] out of any deck. It adds one mana to the casting cost of your team, at which point you could have just played them a turn sooner. 4.0: Format staple. Cards like this are pretty far away from Titans, for better or for worse. ChannelFireball - Magic: The Gathering Strategy, Singles, Cards, Decks. I also like how it feels in Limited, as eking out value is exactly what I want to be doing. Assassins know how to get things done. Return to Ravnica Set Review – Black. It’s a fair bit worse than [card]Diregraf Ghoul[/card] or [card]Gravecrawler[/card], but when you are looking to beat down, you can’t be too picky. Doubling the cost of [card]Sulfuric Vortex[/card] does hurt, but I can see this winning some games. I like him over [card]Gore-House Chainwalker[/card] most of the time, though if you don’t have enough 2’s you aren’t gaining much by taking the Cackler. Too many cheap 2-power guys, and it might be time for the [card]Cobblebrute[/card] to hit the bench. 4.5: I will almost always play this card, regardless of what else I get. 3.0: Archetype staple. The last time an augur was good in Constructed was during [card]Elemental Augury[/card]’s heyday (sorry, [card]Rakdos Augurmage[/card], you don’t really count). It’s a bit fragile to be your only engine, so this as an additional threat in a burn deck seems more plausible to me. 1-drops are always in short supply for aggro, so picking this guy up makes your nut draws just that much better. I’ve been more impressed with this than I thought I’d be. A 2/1 is just not that big, and even though it usually gets a hit in, it gets outclassed fairly quickly. 2.5: Role-player in some decks, but not quite a staple. Ravnica: a metrópole do Multiverso. This saw brief amounts of play when [card]Primeval Titan[/card] and [card valakut, the molten pinnacle]Valakut[/card] were a thing, but luckily for us, that is no longer the case. He can often be found playing Vintage in between competitions and loves any format where Force of Will is legal. Even a bad [card]Spectral Flight[/card] can get them dead, and with Rakdos as a deck, playing this as a [card]Giant Strength[/card] with an upside isn’t that uncommon. I like living the dream as much as anyone, and if you build your deck in a suicidal manner, this could be a nightmare for your opponent. If your deck wants a seven-drop, this will do. ), 1.0: It has seen play once. Even though it’s a sorcery, being able to kill just about anything you want makes it worth playing in a ton of decks, some of which are happy to splash it. Nome da Coleção: Retorno a RavnicaBloco: Coleção 1 de 3 do bloco Retorno a RavnicaNúmero de cards: 274Guildas: Senado Azorius, Enxame Golgari, Liga Izzet, Culto de Rakdos e Conclave Selesnya, Idiomas: Inglês, chinês simplificado, chinês tradicional, francês, alemão, italiano, japonês, coreano, português, russo, espanhol, Código oficial de três letras: RTRHashtag do Twitter: #MTGRTR, Data de lançamento: 29 de setembro de 2012Data de lançamento no Magic Online: 05 de outubro de 2012, Equipe de Design: Ken Nagle (direção), Zac Hill, Alexis Janson, Mark Rosewater e Ken Troop, Equipe de Desenvolvimento: Erik Lauer (direção), Zac Hill, Dave Humpherys, Tom LaPille, Adam Lee, Billy Moreno e Shawn Main. In the next (and last) segment, I cover the stragglers I haven’t talked about and conclude the set review with a look at the cards likely to impact Constructed. Shop by Category. Rakdos’s Return has pretty much rendered this useless, at least until the 2HG Pro Tour is back. If you want to kill Keyrunes, [card]Batterhorn[/card] is a better option, and not hard to acquire. 4.0: I will strongly consider playing this as the only card of its color.