Commander sets aren't just about EDH; the very nature of the legality of the cards that are printed in them means that eternal format players are interested. So occasionally, R&D will throw these players a bone - such as they did with an unprecedented reanimation spell that was just revealed on the official Japanese Magic site. Have a good look at Restore, which, in English, reads:
Put target land card from a graveyard onto the battlefield under your control.
"See, even the land itself raises an altar to the ascendancy of nature." - Mayael the Anima
The gut reaction to this is "it's crazy with fetchlands;" naturally, since it resembles Crucible of Worlds. But it's also crazy with Wasteland and its ilk; repeatable land destruction is a thing to behold indeed. It also acts as a kind of mana ramp for any deck that wants to mill itself, such as dredge decks, a la Life from the Loam. But since it returns from any graveyard, not just your own, it opens up an entirely new dimension of use as a hoser. You can grab your opponent's fetches from their graveyards so that they can't use them for mana with a tapped or summoning-sick Deathrite Shaman, or, of course, use their own land-destruction land against them.
What do you think of this land-returning powerhouse? Let me know in the comments.