Mutavault Magic 2014 M14 Singles
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: Mutavault becomes a 2/2 creature with all creature types until end of turn. It's still a land.
SetMagic 2014 Core Set
ArtistFred Fields
Flavor TextSome worlds possess a hidden core where life's essence constantly surges.
DescriptionMagic 2014 (M14) Core Set Single Card
Release Date2013-07-19
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- December 23, 2009
-- Nicholas
Okay, yes. It is possible to kill untargetable things... How is this relevant to the discussion of Mutavault? In comparison to other manlands: firstly it comes into play untapped which is amazing. Treetop Village/Faerie Conclave has nothing on it. Secondly, it can animate itself which is great if you need to champion something or if you're playing a Spellstutter Sprite and need another faerie on the battlefield. Thirdly, it's changeling so not only will it get buffs from your tribal lords, but also your opponents. This card is great and there's a reason it's seen in all formats in Tier One decks.
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- November 28, 2009
-- Mark
Jim from wisconsin, your comments on every card I have read have been borderline lack of any knowledge of Magic Meta game at all. Good luck trying to do anything to an untargetable Mutavault swinging as a 7/7 flyer can't be the target of spells or abilities sliver base deck and protected by counter or trying to touch it in Fish where it swings as a solid 7/7 islandwalk/unblockable thats protected by counter and bounce, both deck are capable very early to in the game to produce the vault as a large monster. Turn 4 becomes a nightmare for people to deal with the vault in play in both Legacy and Extended Fish and Slivers in Legacy. Tribal decks love the vault and decks like eva green, threshold, stacks and any form of non Tribal will prefer the Factory. Both cards are very very good and have there advantages in different setups.
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- August 06, 2008
-- Zane
Great card! btw umm cleveland you could do all those things in any other deck.
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- July 19, 2008
-- Anonymous
lolz, its a good for quite a few reasons, like: it can activate itself it can become a creature its a 2/2 as a creature it can chump block it can gain island walk from lord of atlantis it can gain shoud from Scion of Oona it can be regenerated by a Mad Auntie of its a creature it can let you play prowl cost if it gets through it can be played on turn 1 it can have any sliver abilities it has no mana cost to play its colorless it cant be thoughtsiezed its a shaman, rouge, cleric, warrior, knight, soldier, giant, kithkin, merfolk, goblin, giant, goat, rigger, ninja, pirate, fox, rat, Lhurgoyf, and human all at once when it's a creaturethere aren't too many changeling creatures in the game yet
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- July 15, 2008
-- Jeremy Paulson
When I got this in a pack, I almost had a stroke. Mutavault is one of the best cards in type 2 along with Tarmagoyf and Bitterblossom. Every type to deck can benefit from it.
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- July 14, 2008
-- ben_taylor79
Any current T1 or T2 deck will be weaker if it does not run a playset of these, and that is unfair as they are so much. At the end of the day this is effectively an uncounterable creature that is often pumped due to changeling ability, Man-lands rock, and the 'vault is up there with the best of them.
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- July 10, 2008
-- Duke DemonKnight
Remember how Mishra's Factory was an uncommon?? Yeah those were the good old days. (And now they're adding Mythic Rares in the fall)... Sigh... I want to play competitively but I don't feel like I can afford to, especially since it's best to have a backup deck for most formats. You're killin' me here, WotC.
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- June 06, 2008
-- Adam
Any serious tourney deck needs four these. The price is crazy. Regular players can't afford playsets of these. I really wish Wizards would be more careful when printing cards of this nature. It's not overpowered or anything but it is really good in any deck you run it in. It will help in aggro, control, weenie, etc., etc. Even if you're running three or more colors you'll find room for four of these.
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- June 03, 2008
-- Bill
At first I wasn't sold on the idea of Mutavault, but I watched a few matches and man, it was johnny on the spot for blocking, and after picking up my playset i can say I am totally pleased with it added to my type 2 deck.
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- May 04, 2008
-- Drew McCarron
Amazing card all around, can be played in any deck. A definate 5/5.
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- March 17, 2008
-- Cleveland
Mutavault is a card made for goblins. you can sac. it, block with it, attack with it champion it and tap it for mana and I am sure they are many other useful uses for this card too.
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- February 08, 2008
-- wescoe
The changeling status makes it extremely good in block and in standard. Many cards give bonuses to merfolk, elves, kithkin, goblins, etc.
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- February 02, 2008
-- Anonymous
Not a game changer but a useful card in a huge range of decks. My favorite land since rishadan port.
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- February 01, 2008
-- Anonymous
Premiere card in the set. A modern day Mishra's Factory, this card will see plenty of play.
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- October 13, 2010
-- d/0
It's good but it should also read (1) T: add 1 mana of any color to your mana pool. The fact that it only makes colorless mana makes It pretty much restricted to dual and mono color decks.I like playing heavy multi so I can't see ever using this card. Maybe it's more doable in legacy, but I can't see running this in 4-5 color control or doran or jund or bant etc. Though I would like to. Non-CIPT man-lands are sweet.
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- January 15, 2010
-- Anonymous
Great card! The only thing I have to add is that most tribal lords these days say that only creatures you control of the chosen type benefit, so, in the vast majority of games, your Mutavault will not benefit from your opponent's tribal lords, only yours.
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- July 23, 2008
-- Luca
definitley lots of potential. I'm not paying $32 for one tho. cool card
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- April 09, 2012
-- Alucard
Jim from Madison, WI: All of the removal you spoke of are sorceries and will only work if you are the aggressor and they activate it to block before casting one of them in your second main phase. There's only one Instant mass removal spell I know of(which is awesome btw) that would sweep the board if it was attacking you. The games I've seen this shine in it was almost always attacking so pumped with abilities thrown on makes it a very relevant threat. Still, I'd give it a 3 out of 5 stars since like most man lands they lose their luster in a multiplayer game. Like most cards in the game it tends to be as good as the other cards it's paired with.
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- August 13, 2008
-- Tim van der Wart
Yes, I can see what the fuss is about. But think again: ALL creature types? How easy would that be to overcome? An-Zerrin Ruins perhaps? It's a great card, but the good ol' factory will bring you a safer way of creating a creature...
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- July 15, 2008
-- Jay
Great card, but why rare? It's only a 2/2, it doesn't deserve rare, and if they knew it was going to be so popular...Ugh. The rare thing gets me. I'd have to say the same thing with Thoughtseize, one-drop rare.
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- July 06, 2008
-- Anonymous
:S Really only good in a couple kinds of decks - Tribe Deck or Aritfact deck. WAY over priced though 40$ good god.
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- February 21, 2008
-- Paulo
It's good, but overratad a lot! 19,90 is too much, may be 12,90...
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- February 19, 2008
-- Anonymous
This is a great card but it is also horribly overrated.
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- December 29, 2009
-- Jim
Well, its popularity and success in tournament play can't be ignored. That's true. I have earned a little more respect for it than I originally had, but I still don't see it as the amazing card some people claim it to be. And the reason I mentioned shroud was that Mark presented his scenario as though his shrouded Mutavault was somehow invincible. "good luck doing anything to a mutavault that can't be the target of spells or abilities". When someone tries to tell me my opinion about a card is wrong, then they proceed to demonstrate a lack of knowledge of something I learned within my first week of playing this game, I know I can disregard most, if not all, of what they are saying. But, like I said, that's just my opinion.
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- December 02, 2009
-- Jim
Untargetable doesn't mean untouchable...Wrath of God, Armageddon, Damnation, etc...etc... Any one of these will get rid of your Mutavault regardless of shroud. I think the fact you didn't know this shows your own lack of knowledge...
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