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FTV Legends


The fourth FTV box is not about the former Legends set, but as many can guess, Legendary creatures. At any point in the Magic history there was some Legendary dude that was beating someone in some sort of way, or just lending his power to the glory. This FTV has many of those, but not so many as anyone can expect, but it is still a good creature galore for anyone playing EDH.

The power of legendary creatures was not that high back then, and that's why the oldest one of the lot is Captain Sisay, a white green legend, that for just tapping gets any legendary card from the deck and put it in your hand. Randomly picking, some of those cards were tournament staples in their day, like Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir, a blue legend with flash that makes every other creature in your deck with flash as well, and any spell of your opponent a sorcery speed. Or Rafiq of the Many, an exalted creature that makes the only attacker gain double strike, featured in exalted decks with Eldrazi Conscription.

Kiki-Jiki Mirror Breaker is another good call, which became famous in the Modern format with decks built around it for a lot of two card win combinations. Less effective but still good tournament beaters Doran, The siege tower, a proper 5/5 with three mana and Oona, Queen of the Fae that earned her spot in many slow control decks for her token generating ability to slow down opponent's forces. Some will remember Visara, The Dreadful, another 5/5 with six that destroys any target just for tapping. Other two fatties are more famous for being used to broken strategies than hand played, like Ulamog, The Infinite Gyre, and Progenitus, the protected from all creature. The last ones include some fun favourites like Omnath, Locus of Mana, a green creature used many times as General, Mikaeus The Lunarch, a creature pumper, Sharuum The Egemon, a combo dealer in EDH, and directly from Portal Three Kingdoms, Sun Quan and Cao Cao, two good cards for the Highlander format.

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