It can sort of tap for any color of mana, or tap
it to up your domain count by one for a turn.
Uhh, okay? I guess in Limited you may play it if
you've got a kind of delicate mana base with
fairly heavy blue. Or if you're big into domain.
Or if... you need another blue body to sack to
your Sphinx's Herald?
The domain mechanic picked (or had picked for
it) an interesting time to come back. Being in
the second set of a three-set block means that
it won't get as much time in the Standard
spotlight as things from the first set. If
history is any guide, it also suggests that it
won't continue in the third set (just as ninutsu
and modular didn't), and that it will get very
little support from that third set and the
upcoming Core Set. Sometimes, though, a draft or
sealed game will come down to someone getting
just a little bit more out of a domain card.
Grixis Illusionist lets you do just that - while
still allowing you to play a generally
three-color and therefore generally consistent
Bant, Esper, or Grixis deck.
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