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Saffron Olive 20 Apr 17
Imagine the chaos if people start cracking Iconic Masters packs at Hascon and opening reserve list cards.
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Magic: The Gathering
We will not be reprinting reserved list cards. There are plenty of iconic cards outside of them.
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Julian Knab 21 Apr 17
You should though.
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theCubeMiser 21 Apr 17
.Conspiracy Theorist: "They only said they won't be PRINTING reserve list cards, not that you can't open them!..."
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Ridley with the Fur (with the FUR) 21 Apr 17
Not gonna be doing the Zendikar treasure thing again?
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Integgroll 21 Apr 17
Well that is that. I mean disappointed. But still, spec hype dead.
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Arty 21 Apr 17
For the love of all that is holy, please at least bring back the original frame. Even if it's only for one set.
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Rachel Agnes 21 Apr 17
I'm glad to hear this myself. I don't want to imagine it the other way
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Integgroll 21 Apr 17
Ehh, my power is sunk cost at this point, it's not going anywhere, I just want more paper Vintage events.
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Jeff Hoogland 21 Apr 17
I don't understand why you want formats of your game people enjoy playing to just die off. Let people play your game for reasonable prices.
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QED2 21 Apr 17
this is an abuse of the word "need" the world does not "need" legacy to exist, any more than it needs Rainbow Stairwell to exist
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Rachel Agnes 21 Apr 17
You must understand what it would mean for a business to promise something for 25 yrs and going back on it. It's bigger than that
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Bassim El-Wakil 21 Apr 17
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Rachel Agnes 21 Apr 17
Let's just say Twitch one day says "Hey I am not paying you for your subs. Sorry. We are breaking our PROMISE. That cool with you?"
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Jeff Hoogland 21 Apr 17
Is the reserve list a legal contract WOTC has with people? Because I have a contract with Twitch to get paid.
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eric froehlich 21 Apr 17
probably far more powerful than a legal contract...sinking their longest tenured players and tanking prices for stores would be catastrophic
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Jeff Hoogland 21 Apr 17
I get it. People hoarding cards far more important than people who want to play the game. 👌👌👌
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Rachel Agnes 21 Apr 17
Promise. That is my only argument. DON'T break them
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eric froehlich 21 Apr 17
listen, we all understand that your greatest joy is attempting to disparage WotC and MtG, but sometimes common sense & knowledge are useful.
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