Summon for hire
Neeeeeeat. (What’s “miracle-snowflake“?)
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So, there's two mechanics involved here (apologies if you know this stuff already, I'm not sure how much Magic experience you have!). The first is that Miracle is a keyword from Avacyn Restored that says "You may cast this card for its Miracle cost when you draw it if it's the first card you drew this turn." Typically you'd see it on very powerful and expensive spells, but the Miracle cost would be extremely cheap (for instance, the extra turn spell Temporal Mastery -- instead of spending seven mana to cast it, if Temporal Mastery was the first card you drew that turn you could cast it for two mana). At one point there was a competitive deck that used the mechanic heavily, alongside cards that could manipulate the top of your deck to ensure you'd hit the Miracle costs.Neeeeeeat. (What’s “miracle-snowflake“?)
If you have one of those Mana Crypts, it's worth probably around $250-330 depending on condition. The other HarperPrism promo cards aren't nearly as much (I think the second-most valuable one is Arena, which goes for like $5-10.)My stash is from long before full art of special border cards existed, but I have a couple promos from some of the very early paperback novels!
Hmmmmm, guess I should check whether I still have a Mana Crypt, huh....If you have one of those Mana Crypts, it's worth probably around $250-330 depending on condition. The other HarperPrism promo cards aren't nearly as much (I think the second-most valuable one is Arena, which goes for like $5-10.)
Opened the door, got on the floor, my pool did not contain dinosaurs.Heading out to prerelease in a little while! All day I've been singing "open the door, get on the floor, I hope that I open dinosaurs" in my head.