How did Return to Ravnica Mechanics fare?

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I ran across this list recently, and it answers a question I can't say I considered much but is actually super interesting: Which Return to Ravnica block mechanics had the most impact on Constructed?

This was definitely one of the most-played Charms. What else made the list?

I remember when RTR came out thinking it was cool that each Guild would have its own mechanic, but I considered it really unlikely that they could all make the cut into Standard. Interestingly, Wizards actually did a great job with this, as almost all of them did make the cut. Of course, how successful each one was varied greatly, and you can find the list here.

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Corbin Hosler

Corbin Hosler is a journalist living in Norman, Oklahoma (also known as the hotbed of Magic). He started playing in Shadowmoor and chased the Pro Tour dream for a few years, culminating in a Star City Games Legacy Open finals appearance in 2011 before deciding to turn to trading and speculation full-time. He writes weekly at and biweekly for LegitMTG. He also cohosts Brainstorm Brewery, the only financial podcast on the net. He can best be reached @Chosler88 on Twitter.

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10 thoughts on “How did Return to Ravnica Mechanics fare?

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