Hive of the Eye Tyrant

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Promos (258s/161)
Hive of the Eye Tyrant
Hive of the Eye Tyrant
Land

If you control two or more other lands, Hive of the Eye Tyrant enters the battlefield tapped.

{T}: Add {B}.

{3}{B}: Until end of turn, Hive of the Eye Tyrant becomes a 3/3 black Beholder creature with menace and "Whenever this creature attacks, exile target card from defending player's graveyard." It's still a land.

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Promos #258a$45.00
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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Promos #258s$4.16
Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms #258$0.95
Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms #355$3.36
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This lends credibility to the "Bugbear Land" that was leaked a while ago. For the card itself, it seems playable in both limited and commander. I like the "comes into play untapped if you control few lands" clause, as it can help mitigate early mana screw. On turn 1 and 2, this is effectively a swamp anyway, and the activated ability usually doesn't come online until turn 5 anyway.

I can honestly say, I am not a fan of the "module" treatment, but I guess it's a nostalgic feel for the people who play magic who also played 2nd edition D&D.
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