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Episode 52 June 21st, 2021

Modern Horizons 2 Cube Set Review

4:54
Rating System Overview
9:43
Background on the Hosts’ primary cubes
12:09
The Evoke Elementals — Solitude, Subtlety, Grief, Fury, and Endurance
28:00
Arcbound Prototype
30:13
Barbed Spike
33:31
Constable of the Realm (and +1/+1 counters matter in general)
38:38
Esper Sentinel
47:51
Nykthos Paragon
49:24
Out of Time
53:22
Prismatic Ending
58:31
Timeless Dragon
1:03:04
Hard Evidence
1:10:27
Token Junk Winder
1:11:48
Lose Focus
1:16:45
Murktide Regent
1:23:43
Rise and Shine
1:27:17
Rishadan Dockhand
1:30:53
Suspend
1:34:40
Archon of Cruelty
1:39:37
Bone Shards
1:44:54
Clattering Augur
1:46:01
Damn
1:49:59
Dauthi Voidwalker
1:54:15
Hell Mongrel
1:55:26
Kitchen Imp
1:56:06
Nested Shambler
1:58:10
Persist
2:00:35
Tizerius Charger
2:01:58
Tourach Dread Cantor
2:04:48
Unmarked Grave
2:07:56
Legion Vanguard
2:08:29
Arcbound Tracker
2:09:58
Blazing Rootwalla
2:12:50
Breya’s Apprentice
2:16:05
Dragon’s Rage Channeler
2:20:17
Flametongue Yearling
2:24:14
Harmonic Prodigy
2:26:49
Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer
2:32:53
Unholy Heat
2:35:45
Abundant Harvest
2:36:19
Bannerhide Krushok
2:38:41
Chitterspitter
2:42:14
Foundation Breaker
2:44:22
Herd Baloth
2:45:05
Ignoble Hierarch
2:50:12
Scurry Oak
2:51:19
Smell Fear
2:52:16
Tireless Provisioner
2:53:52
Verdant Command
2:56:51
Captured by Lagacs
2:59:00
Dakkon, Shadow Slayer
3:02:45
Drey Keeper
3:03:27
General Ferrous Rokiric
3:05:26
Graceful Restoration
3:07:14
Grist, the Hunger Tide
3:14:58
Master of Death
3:17:54
Priest of Fell Rites
3:19:41
Rakdos Headliner
3:20:22
Territorial Kavu
3:22:38
Brainstone
3:23:42
Kaldra Compleat
3:26:21
Liquimetal Torque
3:27:56
Monoskelion
3:30:21
Steel Dromedary
3:31:31
Urza’s Saga

Do some light stretches and grab some popcorn, because this is Lucky Paper Radio’s most in depth set review ever. Andy, Anthony, and Jett dive into Modern Horizons 2, a set with an unprecedented number of cards for cubes of all kinds. They explore support for classic mechanics, designs that can enable new themes, and the many powerful cards pushing the limits.

Conversation is guided by the results of our MH2 community survey revealing what in the new set is capturing the cube community’s interest, the most controversial cards, and appealing new options for the many facets of the community.

Discussed in this episode:

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