Eternal Warrior #46: Magic Origins Eternal Set Review

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  1. One interesting difference between Jace and Snapcaster is that while Snapcaster grants a flashback cost equal to the spell’s mana cost, Jace simply allows you to cast it from your graveyard like Yawgmoth’s Will. In other words, you can use Jace to replay Gush for its alternate cost. I have no idea if this will end up being relevant but it seems worth keeping in mind.

  2. Good point! I agree, and Gush seems to be the only spell likely to matter for that distinction.

    I suppose in a few rare situations you could target a FoW in your yard to help win a counter war on your turn, though that’s probably not going to be the most profitable option most of the time. Ditto for Mindbreak Trap.