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Artifact lands is a term used in reference to the six common land cards printed in Mirrodin and Darksteel that also have the artifact type. [1] They contributed to the dominance of the affinity-based deck archetypes, and thus, in June 2004, all six were banned from Standard. The artifact lands are:

From the Comprehensive Rules:

  • 301.6. Artifact lands combine the characteristics of both lands and artifacts, and are subject to spells and abilities that affect either or both card types. Artifact lands can only be played as lands. They can’t be cast as spells.

In other languages[edit]

Language or script Title Romanization
French
25
Terrain-artefact
German
25
Artefakt, Land
Italian
25
Terra artefatto
Portuguese
25 25
Terreno Artefato
Spanish
25
Tierra artefacto
Russian
25
Артефакт Земля Artefakt Zemlya
(GOST 2002)
Japanese
25
アーティファクト・土地 Ātifakuto Tochi
(Hepburn)
Korean
25
마법물체 대지
(魔法物體大地)
Mabeommulche Daeji
(Revised romanization)
Simplified Chinese
25
神器地 Shénqìdì
(Pinyin)
Traditional Chinese
25 25 25
神器地 San4 hei3 dei6
(Jyutping)

References[edit]

  1. Randy Buehler. (September 05, 2003.) "When Artifacts Aren't Spells", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.

External links[edit]

Wizards of the Coast. (November 25, 2003.) "Mirrodin Playtest Cards IV: Artifact Lands", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.

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