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AWord before Rod or Profusion
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BThis Arcane sorcery has the same mana cost and rules text as a Legends instant
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CThis creature's activated ability has the same effect as Limestone Golem's activated ability—and, oddly, neither card is blue
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DGiant Tortoise (after the Masters Edition Oracle update happens) and Vintara Snapper, for example
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EThe most expensive card (in terms of converted mana cost) that also requires you to discard a card to play it
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FThe art featured on the only Unglued card with any asterisks printed on it is an homage to this real-life person
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GLes ___-Unis (13th-place team at the 2006 World Championships in Paris)
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HThe first creature ever printed that could grant itself protection from red
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IAt the end of your third turn, the only cards in play are two Deserts (controlled by your opponent) and five Forests and a Rushwood Elemental enchanted with two Briar Shields (all controlled by you). Besides those, only one other card has been played this game. What is it?
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JThe most expensive instant (in terms of converted mana cost) that can counter a spell
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KErtai, Wizard Adept : Cancel :: Brown Ouphe : this card
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LIf you add a U to this Dissension rare's first creature type and anagram it, you'll get its second creature type
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MLike a floor still littered with the remnants of a card-throwing battle (as frequently seen in Wizards of the Coast R&D), or like a player who managed to win a game in a best-of-3 match
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N38 of the 41 creatures printed with this creature type on their type lines also feature the creature type in their names
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OThis card and Dragon Engine are the only Sixth Edition rares originally printed as commons
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PThe Tenth Edition card that had been out of print the longest
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QThe only vanilla Unhinged creature
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RThe Future Sight set and the Tenth Edition set each contain a legendary creature directly based on this legendary creature
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SThe only card with a single-word name that can generate a Zombie token
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TThis card has the same mana cost and the same activated ability cost as Whetwheel
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UFormation's art might feature these Australian birds (or their Dominarian equivalents)
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VQuiet Purity : Aura Blast :: Unnatural Speed : this card
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WPlaying this Torment card with threshold gives you the same effect as spending 6RR to play Illuminate with kicker
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XWord before Artist or Routes
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YThis card's art features both Multani and Urza
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