This set is pretty good. Some cards have very high ceilings. Others are merely playable. But this set is intriguing on multiple levels, and continues the long run trend of giving Workshop players more nuanced options. But the counterpoint, and fascinating item, is how Damping Sphere deals with some of the format's most annoying menaces, from Workshop itself to Mental Misstep.
This is a big set review, but it's justified - if not warranted - by the source material. Let us know your thoughts.
Kevin Cron and Steve Menendian discuss the recent Banned and Restricted List announcement, and review Dominaria for Vintage.
Podcast (somanyinsaneplays): Download (Duration: 2:56:13 — 94.3MB)
0:01:00: Team Vintage Super League
0:04:15: Banned and Restricted List Update
0:34:30: Rivals of Ixalan
0:40:00: Dominaria: Nostalgia and Mechanics
0:55:45: Damping Sphere
1:36:00: Squee, the Immortal
1:37:45: Broken Bond
1:41:15: Yargle, Glutton of Urborg
1:55:00: Karn, Scion of Urza
2:14:45: Mox Amber
2:25:15: Jhoira’s Familiar
2:39:00: Traxos, Scourge of Kroog
2:49:00: Zhalfirin Void
2:50:45: Voltaic Servant
2:53:15: Lich’s Mastery
Total Runtime: 2:56:13
– Dominaria Card Gallery
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