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Tarmogoyf's power is equal to the number of card types among cards in all graveyards and its toughness is equal to that number plus 1.

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Cost:
  • Color: G
  • Pow/Tgh: */1+*
  • Type: Creature-Lhurgoyf
  • Artists: Justin Murray
  • Card Name: Tarmogoyf
  • Edition: future-sight
  • Reference:136142

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Futur Sight had many surprises up its sleeve and one of them was Tarmogoyf. Having an odd

thematic of “future” cards, with a different frame and some never to be seen (for a while)

mechanics, Tarmogoyf was inside this lot as well. In the beginning no one really understood

the power of this green two drop, since it was compared with other creatures with undefined

power and toughness, which usually weren't that good. After the climax of Time Spiral Block

constructed season, everyone pretty much understood its power after being beaten to death by this

uncontrollable threat.

Able to raise to 4 or 5 in power easily in the first turns, it soon became the basic of any green

based deck that wants some form of winning condition that isn't a combo. Why raises up to that

level is rather simple to get: start with a fetch (land), you pass, your opponent plays a swamp, does

thoughtseize (sorcery), discards an equipment (artefact), in his end of turn you get a blue green

land, play Brainstorm (instant) and in your turn, second land and Tarmogoyf. 4 kind of spells in all

graveyards make him a 4/5 already, just doing normal stuff.

After being clear about its role, Tarmogoyf started to raise up in price and was the first not old card

to raise up a lot in prices. Simply because everyone wanted four. After several years of requests it

was reprinted in Modern Masters, a set made ad-hoc just for reprinting limited run cards that are

being played in Modern, among superstars Dark Confidant and Vendilion Clique. The reprinting

of the card didn't stopped its value, and possibly made the oldest one more valuable. The best two

drop ever printed is far to being forgotten and is massively played everywhere, as everyone likes

powerful and cheap cards. Modern's Rock is a good example:

4 Dark Confidant

4 Deathrite Shaman

4 Scavenging Ooze

4 Tarmogoyf

2 Abrupt Decay

3 Dismember

1 Deathmark

3 Inquisition of Kozilek

3 Thoughtseize

2 Maelstrom Pulse

2 Garruk Relentless

4 Liliana of the Veil

4 Verdant Catacombs

1 Twilight Mire

4 Treetop Village

2 Overgrown Tomb

1 Forest

3 Swamp

4 Marsh Flats

1 Misty Rainforest

4 Tectonic Edge

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