What may or may not be the first spoiler for Return to Ravnica has surfaced online. That loud, vortex-like sound you heard was 25% of the world’s Internet bandwidth being consumed in a flash by our patently enthusiastic speculation and debate about the authenticity and awesomeness of Rootborn Defenses and the Populate mechanic. We here at Team Selesnya just couldn’t wait until the next regular installment of 20 Tweets to bring you the discussion of our first glimpse at Magic future. Maybe. Probably. What do you think?
Is Rootborn Defenses legit? If so, Selesnya can suck it because Populate is shit-tier. And before anyone explodes on me, here:— Gabi (@geargroovy) July 31, 2012
@cavemankellen The formating seems off. Why isn't the populate reminder text after populate?— Luis Acosta (@AuranAlchemist) July 31, 2012
@Smi77y MTGSalvation reckons it's fake and gives several reasons (copyright text, impossibility of story, questions on formatting)— Kim Warren (@Fellwolf) July 31, 2012
@wrongwaygoback I'm surprised the site that closed the thread on the card twice put it in their spoiler, but it is def a real card.— Greg (@uselessend) August 1, 2012
Guys! Check out this card from Return to Ravnica that I found! It looks AMAZING! pic.twitter.com/QyT5qRJh— Justin Treadway (@GriffnValentine) July 31, 2012
@JayBoosh This templating is better, too. It could be easy to miss the second ability if it was sandwiched between reminder text.— Dr. Jeebus (@Dr_Jeebus) August 1, 2012
I would have to play GW at RTR if the new keyword is Populate... I share my love with this token & Populate http://t.co/xjdXU3SM— Calvin Russell (@CaptainRedZone) July 31, 2012
@uselessend Indeed it is, especially after WotC asked the guy for the booster serial number. Doubt they would if they thought it was fake.— Blake Leighton (@BLeighton1982) August 1, 2012
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