• Gord

    Control decks are going to love this thing

  • galen150

    ok, you dont have to put the card in your grave to flip it right? you can leave it on top when you have enough in your grave and it’ll still flip right?

    • TogetherAlone

      Correct, on your upkeep the ability triggers, it asks if you want to put that top card in the grave, and regardless of if you do or not, asks if you want to flip (it is a may effect) if you have 7 cards in the grave.

  • Jay Kilian

    I like the front more than the back. That part where you reveal the chosen card on a 4 mana anticipate makes me leery of using the land.

    • MrAptronym

      Repeatable filtering on a hard to destroy permanent is exceptional though. I am not sure I’d quite call it 4 mana either. This doesn’t take a land drop and I wouldn’t give it a land slot. So, while it is 4 mana for the ability, it is also 1 mana that you ramped. (in mono U no less)

  • Edward

    This thing is probably the easiest one to flip. In Commander this thing will be amazing in control decks, wheel decks, and really any non-creature based deck. This might even find a home in Standard control decks since it is so easy to flip

  • Kyle Kinnear

    Seems good in Mono U Turns.

  • galen150

    so, 2 mana worse scry 1 on your upkeep that flips into anticipate on a stick

    • Hedronal

      Graveyards can matter though, so worse or better scry depending on the deck. It won’t be around with Shadows block though, so most of the cards that helps would be gone.

    • Mr.Mayhem631

      That’s much better than scry 1.

  • MTG fan

    Not too bad. The flip side is great late game. This set has a lot of EDH worthy cards.

  • Happy The Cat

    At rare, this could have used each upkeep not just yours, lets you dig more and can get you to places faster. Or just have Impulse for three on the back.
    The variance in these quest lands feels super high, on one hand we have Foul Emissary that turns into Gaea’s Cradle once you have a wide board, then we have one part of Etherwrought Page that has threshold:transform and becomes tap: reverse Gift of the Gargantuan, same cmc and everything. I mean the fact that most players will only know what one of those cards does without Gatherer says which is the strongest.

  • Cthulhooo

    What about decks that also like to put stuff in their graveyard? Stuff like delve, reanimation, threshold, lavamancer type thingy. In such case it’s a scry with an added benefit.

  • kmk888

    This is a great card for standard graveyard decks. It’s also fine to play 4 since you can have 2 out (land and enchant) and on upkeep put the others in the grave.