Many vintage decks do run strip mine, but that's just 1 strip mine vs. 4 wasteland. Many vintage decks do run strip mine, but that's just 1 strip mine vs. 4 wasteland. It's not banned in legacy. edit subscriptions. Strip Mine does not have this limitation. Strip Mine can do everything Wasteland can do, but Wasteland can't do everything that Strip Mine can do.They dont, strip mine is actually much better, but is also banned/restricted, where wasteland isnt,A. jump to content. ... A word on salt in edh or magic … Strip Mine does not have this limitation. 4th in particular is relatively widespread. Being able to hit basic lands pushes Strip Mine over the top in Legacy / Vintage. Wasteland is legal in more formats than Strip Mine, which is banned in legacy. This means you see the card everywhere, to the point where many are calling for its restriction. Strip Mine is strictly better but I do not see it very often, even in most competitive EDH decks I read about. I run both Strip Mine and Wasteland but the deck I run can combo out on 3 mana sources. 28 comments So it's completely based on banning. Join us discussing news, tournaments, gameplay, deckbuilding, strategy, lore, fan art, cosplay, and more.
, Sacrifice Strip Mine: Destroy target land.
EDIT: So Strip Mine is so cheap because it's essentially unusable (except in Vintage). I run it primarily as Maze of Ith/Karakas protection and don't really abuse it. Is there something I'm missing here? When comparing [[wasteland]] and [[strip mine]] it seems that they both do pretty much the same thing, they both enter untapped and cost nothing to use the effect but wasteland hits only non basics and strip mine just says destroy target land so can hit basics as well. Gatherer is the Magic Card Database.
Effectively two mana to prevent a lands use, assuming no untap effects, seems worse than destroy at the one time cost of mana and my own land. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. strip mine/wasteland/tectonic edge vs rishadan port #1 Mar 17, 2014. ), In addition to the fact that it's better, there's a critical mass problem.
I'm not sure I would ever play port.
Strip mine is banned in legacy, was printed more, and is only allowed as a 1 off in vintage where as wasteland is rarer, played in legacy, and is allowed as a 4 off in vintage. i don't own wastelands nor do i really feel the need to pay $60 for one even to be "legal".
Strip Mine is strictly better but I do not see it very often, even in most competitive EDH decks I read about. Because of these trategies, basic lands are SUPER impartant in legacy, every deck will have at least enough basics to cast everything in their deck (except shardless BUG which is a HUGE downside to that deck IMO) because they might just find themself in wasteland hell and need to have some kind of a land option that can survive it.
level 2. I shudder at the thought of 4 Ports and 4 Strip Mines. It does make a difference. This means you see the card everywhere, to the point where many are calling for its restriction. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Unfortunate for me, my opponent ripped a Wasteland from the top of his deck, and was able to Waste my only untapped white source (a Tundra) before combat, which ruined what I was trying to do. Deruku.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, ϕA͙͎̼L̰L̫̱̠̥̲ͅ ̝̙̱̞̜̥W̝̫IL͇͚̩̯L̥͍̦̘̮̩ ͍̠̲̬̭͚B̬̘̬E͕ ̩̳̫̥ͅO̹̮̱̮NEϕ. The question is, why is a seemingly less superior card MUCH more expensive than it's catch all counterpart? A diverse community of players devoted to Magic: the Gathering, a trading card game ("TCG") produced by Wizards of the Coast and originally designed by Richard Garfield. There are more strip mines out in the world than wastelands, by a significant margin. I'm not even exaggerating. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Wasteland/Strip Mine: Both Wasteland and Strip Mine are basically the exact same card. That said, it all depends on the playgroup- if your playgroup likes cutthroat decks and stax and all that kind of thing, by all means go for it. A big part of fetching in legacy is deciding on whether you should fetch for a dual or a basic because there are a lot of decks like delver and merfolk that run 4 wasteland because they just want to tempo you down. I run Strip Mines in all of my decks just to deal with dudes with abusive lands like Cabal Coffers. Welcome to manaless Dredge, we welcome you with open arms! Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. 4 waste, 4 port, 4 strip mine and you might break the format. My line was to use a Brainstorm from my hand to be able to cast Terminus within combat during his turn to protect the Jace, and then slam the Entreat during my next turn. DirkGently. Be careful, as they do count as your land for the turn. Wastland was printed once on a old set and was a rare (maybe uncommon? ) It's supply vs. demand, and here, the demand for wasteland is significantly higher especially from the 'monied' group that is vintage and legacy competitive players, and the supply is significantly lower. Press J to jump to the feed.
To illustrate a point, consider this sequence in a Legacy game I was playing last weekend. popular-all-random-users | AskReddit-news-funny-pics-gaming-aww-worldnews-todayilearned-videos-nottheonion-gifs -mildlyinteresting-tifu-movies-explainlikeimfive-science-Jokes-OldSchoolCool-TwoXChromosomes-Showerthoughts-UpliftingNews … Wasteland actually creates some interesting thought processes in gameplay and deck building.
I looked through the comments and of course ended up in wasteland territory. Strip mine is banned/restricted, wasteland isnt. I've been getting into random gatherer searches lately (the last year) and the last round of searches brought up strip mine, which I have some copies of. If you don’t mind playing a colorless land, then Wasteland and Strip Mine can be useful land destruction at the cheap cost of zero mana. Strip Mine doesn't, because what are you going to do? This land is an absolute classic, seeing play everywhere from the kitchen table to high powered Vintage tournaments. I was playing Miracles and my opponent was on Shardless BUG: It was G1 and I was fairly behind on board to my opponent's Deathrithe Shaman, Creeping Tar Pit, and Liliana of the Veil. (Snow-covered are basic, too. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed.
Wasteland on laillinen myös Legacyssä joka on paljon suositumpi formaatti missä sitä saa pelata neljää kappaletta. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Wasteland and Strip Mine Why is [[Wasteland]] fine , but [[Strip mine]] Banned in most formats is being able to destroy the duel basics that huge of a difference?
Taking your opponent off of their most important land can swing a game in a big way. And legacy is more popular than vintage to boot). The other thing is you have things like punishing Jund that run Life from the Loam first to Dredge until they hit a wasteland then keep dredging Loam to get back the Wasteland to hardlock their opponents out of games. my subreddits. Why is wasteland so much more expensive than strip mine. Strip Mine is also banned in French Duel Commander. Press J to jump to the feed. It's a lot more complicated than just the ban/restrict list: It is banned in legacy (where wasteland is legal, up to 4x), and it is restricted in vintage (where wastland is completely legal, up to 4x). Rarity, #: U, 189 Card Type: Land Description: T: Add 1 colorless mana to your mana pool.T: Sacrifice Strip Mine to destroy target land. Print runs. View User Profile View Posts Send Message Phelddagrif Incarnate; Join Date: 6/14/2011 Posts: 5,667 Member Details; I'm curious how people feel about rishadan port, especially in comparison to the other land-slaying lands. If I had a Port, I would be playing it in Krenko probably, in addition to Strip Mine. Join us discussing news, tournaments, gameplay, deckbuilding, strategy, lore, fan art, cosplay, and more. Magic General; strip mine VS wasteland; This thread was automatically marked as Locked. as someone who plays casually and also just plays against more competitive decks i have never had anyone call me on my strip mines, really its just preference for most people. Read them both again. I think other people touch on this, but I'd like to highlight one important thing. Search Search all Forums Search this Forum Search this Thread Tools Jump to Forum strip mine VS wasteland #1 Dec 13, 2010. Both do something great for land destruction, but it just seems like strip mine is better. In general, the actual powerlevel of a card just doesn't matter.
4 waste, 4 port is extremely powerful. It seems like strip mine is better. Because of this Strip Mine is banned in everything except EDH and on the restricted list in Vintage (meaning you can only play 1). Join us discussing news, tournaments, gameplay, deckbuilding, strategy, lore, fan art, cosplay, and more. Strip Mine can hit anything, whereas Wasteland can only hit nonbasics. I'm a nice guy, and I don't like blowing up people's lands when I don't have to. again just make sure people are ok with it. Now, in this game, I was forced by my draw to fetch Tundras, and the risk is relatively low against Shardless, as they only play 1-2 Wastelands. I always thought I needed to do this. I am wondering why anyone would actually favor inferior cards like Wasteland, or even Tectonic Edge, over Strip Mine. Another factor is print run. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Strictly.
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Not play lands? I'm curious how people feel about rishadan port, especially in comparison to the other land-slaying lands.
Strip Mine is strictly better but I do not see it very often, even in most competitive EDH decks I read about. The thing is though, most people agree that it's reasonable to destroy multicolored lands in greedy manabases, and even the most ardent of folks who hatLD will usually recognize that it's reasonable, and often necessary, to destroy utility lands. DirkGently. Browse through cards from Magic's entire history. Strip Mine is also banned in French Duel Commander. This means that competitive demand is HUMONGOUS for wasteland (wasteland is pretty important in these formats, in fact, and a number of top tier decks run a full 4-of. A lot of people hate land destruction, which means they'll dislike your deck- and possibly you- if you run it in an abusive way. edit subscriptions. Why is [[Wasteland]] fine , but [[Strip mine]] Banned in most formats is being able to destroy the duel basics that huge of a difference? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. while strip mine has been reprinted multiple times and is a lower rarity.
Wasteland has the limitation of hitting everything except basic lands. Strip Mine from Fourth Edition for .
Wasteland has the limitation of hitting everything except basic lands. Ahh! Which is why you might get a pass from these players if you're playing Wasteland / Tectonic Edge, but not Strip Mine.
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