Moon is occasionally played in Modern for help against nonbasic utility lands, sure. The SongSong couple may be South Korea's most high-profile celebrity wedding this year, but they're not the first drama stars who met on set and fell in love. Of course, Sun dismantling fetchlands is bound to come up, but I think it’s more realistic to think of this application as a bonus. The result was fetchless Storm, which has yet to come around as the de facto ideal build of the deck, but has none other than Storm savant Caleb Scherer singing its praises no less recently than this very morning. But the two actors have had chemistry from the start – Ahn Jae-Hyun admitted that he liked his now-wife when they began filming the drama, and even inadvertently revealed his feelings to everyone on set when he told Gu that she was pretty, not knowing that the mic had picked it up. There’s a new 2/2 Merfolk Lord for 2, a counterspell that only costs a single U post-combat, a ‘reverse Snapcaster Mage’ and a flying human which, when it attacks, temporarily Turn to Frogs an opponent’s creature. In other words, another entry in Wizards illustrious history of “fixing” cards. If a land gains an ability after Blood Sun has entered the battlefield, it keeps that ability. I told him to come to my car and I kissed him immediately when he came into my car,” the actress said in interviews. The two headlined 2015 drama Blood and married just a year later. But doing so would incentivize heightening the curve, which pushes us further into to Amulet Titan territory—I don’t want to build a worse version of that deck. He always brings tuned brews to events. Our haymakers need to catch us up, since we take a turn or two off to set up (i.e. Amazon.ca - Buy Blood on the Sun/Time of Your Life at a low price; free shipping on qualified orders. This is Wizards “fixing” their problem with Blood Moon, turning a non-basic hate card into something else. 1/19/2018: If a land has an ability that continuously changes the types of other lands (such as Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth does), that ability will apply before Blood Sun removes that land’s abilities. Yesterday, Eli Shiffrin spoiled Blood Sun, a new card from Rivals of Ixalan. You’re right that they’re not the same card or competing for the same space. Han Ga-In also headlined dramas Witch Yoo Hee and Moon Embracing the Sun. Would love to see a list if you have found otherwise. The two actors first met in 2004 on the set of drama Save The Last Dance for Me. The last two decks are the most obvious homes for Blood Sun, and the ones we’ll focus on in the following sections. – Katerina Francisco and Jee Geronimo/Rappler.com, IN PHOTOS: 'Descendants of the Sun' stars Song Joong Ki, Song Hye Kyo marry. As also stated, I have found Sun’s “combo” applications quite lackluster. He has played Magic since 2003, and Modern since its inception. What do you mean “in other words?” My article disagrees with this viewpoint on all counts. They don’t look alike, but they’re cast from the same mold. Since I’m lucky enough to have this platform available to me, today’s article shares the Sun-related ones. It’s a line of text that totally modifies the card’s playability, and the best evergreen line of text one could ask for on a spell. In Gx Tron, for which splashing is trivial, Sun solves all these land-based issues at the price of turning off a single Sanctum of Ugin. The best three and five I’ve found so far, respectively, are. See reviews & details on a wide selection of Blu-ray & DVDs, both new & used. For my part, I’m confident the card will see Modern play in some capacity. Opponents must be on fetchlands in the first place, and have fetchlands they want/need to crack after Sun comes down on turn three (or two in a lucky game); we need to have Sun in hand to cast on the critical turn, as well as not have something more pressing to deal with that turn cycle, like an attacking creature. Let’s get this out of the way first. Another huge draw to the card is the cantrip; in mana-heavy combo situations, Storm can even cast Sun for another draw and add to the Storm count. Fastlands like, Three-drops and five-drops are very important. Pilots will need better reasons to play the card. Modern’s incredibly vast card and deck pool ensures it’s crawling with utility lands at any given time—among the most popular are Inkmoth Nexus, Ghost Quarter, Celestial Colonnade, and Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle. Here’s to more Modern playables and higher temperatures in the coming weeks! The two married in March 2011 and had their first daughter the same year. On to Blood Sun’s primary purpose, itself a mere tertiary goal for Blood Moon. Sun’s cost is less demanding on some fronts, and more on others: pilots should stay away from fetch and utility lands, mostly just running lands that tap for mana. From the blood sun rulings: If a land has an ability that causes it to enter the battlefield tapped, it will lose that ability before it applies. It’s actually closer in design philosophy to Suppression Field. While Blood Moon also stops utility lands, accommodating it requires a significant deckbuilding tax on players: they mustn’t rely on utility lands themselves, and need to reliably extract basic lands from their decks. My mind’s also in pieces. A downgrade in powerlevel that turned it into something else that ended up being far more powerful than expected. Sun may not fit into most Modern decks, but a few can still run it. NOTE: Metagame % is calculated from the unweighted average of all MTGO leagues, paper T8s/T16s, and GP/PT/Open Day 2s in the date range. The card’s weakness in multiples also deters players from maxing out on it. Sure, they don’t get the incidental disruption of Blood Sun. Storm’s initial builds post-Baral, Chief of Compliance ran Blood Moon almost by default. But most decks that don’t play fetches are full of utility lands (Hatebears) or otherwise could never afford to splash Sun, even with tweaks (Humans). Blood sun seems like it shines against 3-color decks due to nullifying fetches, but even those decks can function pretty well on 1 or 2 mana, which means that those decks are really only going to be set back by a turn or two, while you could have just locked them out entirely by playing a [[magus of the moon]] or a blood …