Thespian's Stage - Gatecrash Spoiler

Thespian’s Stage

  • Color: Colorless
  • Type: Land
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Set:

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Tap Symbol: Add 1 Mana to your mana pool.

1 Mana, Tap Symbol: Thespian’s Stage becomes a copy of target land and gains this ability.

Amid rumors of war, the third act of The Absolution of the Guildpact was quickly rewritten as a tragedy.

  • Derg


    • Sorvastas

      This actually looks pretty useful, especially in eternal formats.

  • GeneralMajora

    OOOOOOOh Yeah!

  • BROKEN!!


      remember nightveil specter that can play opponent’s spell that was exiled with it’s effect every attack hits with normal cost

      thus this card is for that mana color

  • NathanLichOverlord

    YES! This card has so much value! Because the only thing as good as a Stensia Bloodhall is TWO Stensia Bloodhalls! VALUE!!!!

  • Axel

    can kill legendary land, take the mana you need from an ennemy land and many more, seems good

  • psychotogs


  • Dante false r

    Why isnt this a mythic land?

    •  Because then it would be too expensive for legacy.

      • BirthOfTragedy7

         now i don’t have to worry about buying all those expensive lands i need…. this will make a fine karakas!

  • BirthOfTragedy7

    copy fetch lands? yes please!

  • inaeternus

    doubles – cabal coffers, valakut, emeria, Scorched Ruins, Lotus Vale, gaeas Cradle!!! etc in EDH and more locus lands

    • I doubt double Gaeas Cradle. It’s legendary.

      • Humanwerewolf56

        Little known card called Mirror Gallery. It’s from Kamigawa. It says “Ignore the Legendary Rule.” Hello, 2 Gaea’s Cradle.

        • inaeternus

          In accordance Humanwerewolf56 
          …I’m thinking of Riku EDH!!! Great

        • Mickmars420

          if youre playing gaea’s cradle why would you play mirror gallery and not just win?

  • Xero

    I’d say that Vesuva is better, but not strictly.  This is still very nice and I believe it will see play.

  • I see this as a new toy for Vintage Workshop. Flexibility is the key word here.

  • Sakashima, the Impostor

    No one has mentioned EDH, which surprises me. I’m certain it’ll be a staple for that format.

  • Gideon, Champion Of MTG

    When you copy the land before the next untap phase, does it copy the land tapped to untaped?


      definetly tapped
      otherwise it would say “untapped it”

  • Rayenous

    With Dimir’s mill style of “mill until you hit land”, copying your own Ghost Quarter in order to have your opponent remove additional land from their library would mean faster removal of all the land in their library.

  • Lightningrod14

    Better or worse than vesuva?

    • inaeternus

      Both are good
      Vesuva copy forever (a bit more versatile)
      Thespian can change for 2, if needed
      The two in one EDH deck, welcome

      • That Guy

        This copies forever too, unless you don’t want it to.

  •  wait, did Cloudpost decks get a new friend?

  • VESUVA 2.0!!!!!!

  • Direstudent

    good for mana flex, especially if you got the guildgates 

  • Mentalfreak

    I think it’s a little bit better than Vesuva for the single reason that it can produce mana on its own, which I find is a very frustrating issue with Vesuva, because in some games you wind up copying something unspectacular, since the real good lands tend to get played later in an EDH game. If I have to copy a mountain turn 3 because there’s really nothing else to copy that would help my game, I can’t copy a Tomb of Yawgmoth, a Gaea’s Cradle (to destroy it, mind you), or nything else special. Fun Fact: This can copy the good ol’ Ravnica double lands (the ones that create two mana) without coming into play, which rocks and also couldn’t be done with Vesuva, since it would enter the battlefield as the copy.

  • DragonKnight

    I know its weird but i would seriously watch this in theater

  • kibler

    Behold 16post !