Magic: the Gathering
Ask the Judge! New interactions with Modern Horizons II
In this article, the judge Antonio Faillace talks about some interesting interactions with Modern Horizons II!
Modern Horizons 2, to talk about some interesting rules that involve the new cards. The objective here is not to analyze the feasibility/playability of the cards in the formats, but to talk about interactions and doubts that often arise, especially when dealing with rules that are not so intuitive.
ANDa land (for example, things that target enchantments, like Naturalize, will interact with Urza’s Saga), the card still touches on a recent change in rules terminology. But let's go by parts! First, let's remember that playing Urza's Saga DOES NOT use the stack (after all, it's a land), DOESN'T increase your storm count (after all, it's a land) and does count YES as your turn land drop (after all, it's a… ah, you got it). Note that the first chapter of the Saga doesn't last until the end of the turn, that is, Urza’s Saga will keep the ability to add a colorless mana throughout the turns. An interesting interaction is Urza's Saga with Blood Moon. By the current rules, when a Blood Moon enters the board, any “Urza's Saga's” on the table will briefly become Land-Mountain Enchantment… and for losing chapter abilities, are put into the Graveyard as a