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    Default magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    how do you use a creature with no mana cost?

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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    Elaborate?

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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    for example this dragon:



    Am I able to cast it for free? I dont think so because that might be overpowered? Maybe I just use card like elvish piper to put it into play?

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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    That's a token. It's not an actual card that goes in your deck, it's just something to be used as...well, a token.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    There's a reason token cards don't have proper cardbacks, you can't put them in your deck. That's just common sense.

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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    Well, that one is, but what about rare promo sense like the Marit Lage token? :P

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    Default Re: magic the gathering how to use a creature with no mana cost

    I would be very surprised indeed if a new player got ahold of that.

 

 




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