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    Default mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    how do you bring back removed cards back to battlefield or to hand??

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    Default Re: mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    If its removed from the game, then its outside the game right? I guess you could cast a card that brings cards from outside the game back into play or from outside the game into your hand...

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    If its removed from the game, then its outside the game right?
    No. One of the lesser-known changes with M10 was changing the RFG zone to the "exile" zone and including it as part of the game. That means cards like Living Wish and its pals can no longer fetch cards from there.
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    Default Re: mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    Well...I did know that rule change...what with a card like Journey To Nowhere...just wanted to make sure...

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    Default Re: mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    Cards exiled are exiled face up, unless otherwise stated, so you could use Mirror of Fate to get them back...

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    Default Re: mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    Quote Originally Posted by Lakepirate View Post
    Cards exiled are exiled face up, unless otherwise stated, so you could use Mirror of Fate to get them back...
    Yeah, but then your entire library is exiled and you only have seven cards left in your library to play...seven turns...but there is some kind of combo that goes along with Mirror Of Fate...

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    Default Re: mtg how to bring back removed cards back

    but the mirror is awful ^^ well at least until they brek it properly ... until then i will stick with Doomsday to just win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seba1983 View Post
    the mirror is awful...stick with Doomsday to just win.
    Agreed.

    I don't like the mirror either...just cast Doomsday and go get your infinite combo and end game...doesn't matter if you loose half your life...

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    Pah, I much prefer Mirror.
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    but doomsday piles have such elegance. they have a mathematical beauty

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    Yeah, that I don't care about.
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    :P nothing more to say about that ^^

 

 

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