Spoiler season is my favorite time of the year. I love the arguments, the hallelujah moments, the power shift grumblings and the wildly exaggerated claims. People everywhere are testing with the new cards in hopes of getting an advantage before they become Standard legal. Spoiler season is always busy on Twitter, but Return to Ravnica seems to be living up to the hype and delivering even more excitement than usual. It’s like you can almost taste the cards… literally. Dipped in coffee.
Hopefully WotC won't give spoilers again to celebrities who have contempt for other Magic players: http://t.co/YwPf26v8— Zaiem Beg (@zbeg) September 15, 2012
Sweet Detention Sphere, I love how the multi colored cards are oozing with mechanical flavor! Can't wait to see the commons.— Marcel (@MarcelMTG) September 12, 2012
@Kyle2Plowshares Can’t it be a good O-ring?— C. Allen (@psychicbattle) September 12, 2012
@TrickMTG Vraska, Dracogenius, Isperia, Jace, Supreme Verdict, Nivix Guildmage.— DJ Morgan (@DJMorgan7125) September 13, 2012
@NextLevelSpec For my green EDH, the megawurm. Else its between Vraska, desecration demon, isperia, the 1 mana hybrid guys & the Lantern.— Andrew Ward (@Andrew7588) September 10, 2012
@chasandres Abrupt Decay, Izzet Charm, Detention Sphere, Vraska.— Kyle Engleson (@Kengy5) September 14, 2012
My deck When #MTGRTR comes out: arbor elf, underworld connections, sigarda, lingering souls, thragtusk, Vraska, farseek, LotV, seems so good— Brian Dolan (@Brainmtg) September 14, 2012
I would like Rakdos Charm a lot more if Vraska's assassin tokens didn't specify combat damage.— Dr. Jeebus (@Dr_Jeebus) September 14, 2012
@TheSundry They said that Gideon is "affiliated" with Boros but isn't really "part of the guild". That's how I see Vraska. Could be wrong 😀— Mike Brum (@bmemike) September 14, 2012
With Pithing Needle, Vraska's price should be dropping.— Dune Echo (@duneecho) September 14, 2012
After further testing Vraska is pretty meh. Usually just an overcosted Maelstrom Pulse. #mtgcube— Jason Barnett (@juzamjedi) September 15, 2012
This just in after testing with Gerry. Jace 4.0 is actually just god damn busted. Seriously, just as good as the last one.— Brad Nelson (@fffreakmtg) September 12, 2012
@fivewithflores Prob False, in the dark. I imagine the sickest will be playing Jace 4.0 on turn 4 (or Restoration Angel removing Thragtusk).— Patrick Chapin (@thepchapin) September 15, 2012
Also, I take back everything negative I said about Jace, Architect of Thought. #MtGRtR— Daniel Schoenbach (@MagicShoebox) September 12, 2012
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