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Magic: the Gathering in the UK

Apparently Cube was a format for the Magic Invitational a while back.

This was the cube wizards came up with:

http://wizards.com/Magic/Magazine/Events.aspx?x=mtgevent/mi07/cubelist

Tom LaPille (not with Wizards at the time) felt it should have had a lot more manafixing to make crazy powerful decks possible. I kind of like the Wizards way with lots of basic lands required. This may be a post-Shards feeling.

I'm adding a bunch of mana fixing to my cube and removing the totally unplayables (Sorrow's Path, things where you have to sacrifice Thrulls). But not as much as LaPille suggests.

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There's a thread on salvation reserved basically for slagging of this cube.

Bad cube is bad.
Apparently its only a myth that ginger people lie all the time.

That Ginger One said:
There's a thread on salvation reserved basically for slagging of this cube.

Bad cube is bad.
Actually, we are unable to lie.

Amidu said:
Apparently its only a myth that ginger people lie all the time.

That Ginger One said:
There's a thread on salvation reserved basically for slagging of this cube.

Bad cube is bad.
This cube makes me sick.
The fact that I had to keep clicking on cards to see what they did makes it bad.

My cube is not perfect but it is a lot better than this.

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