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Yagmoth's Will to be featured in 'Vintage Masters'

Today May 12, 2014 Wizards of the Coast announced in an article by Mark Rosewater on that one of the most broken Magic: The Gathering cards of all time, Yawgmoth's will, will be featured in Vintage Masters.

Yawgmoth's Will
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Yawgmoth's Will - 2B
Sorcery (Rare)
Until end of turn, you may play cards from your graveyard.
If a card would be put into your graveyard from anywhere this turn, exile that card instead.

Yawgmoth's Will is one of the game's most ridiculous cards. Regrowth was restricted for almost two decades, and only brought one card back to your hand. Yawgmoth's Will allows you to cast multiple cards from your graveyard, and it doesn't limit by card type. That means you can play a fetchland from your graveyard to thin your deck more, or get back that Library of Alexandria which was blown up by a rival's Strip Mine.

Yawgmoth's Will becomes absolutely devastating when around the Power Nine. Black Lotus and multiple Dark Ritual can help fuel an ultimate turn. Did your opponent manage to Force of Will your Ancestral Recall or Time Walk? That's okay because now you'll be able to play them both again. You'll be able to recast any tutors and find that missing Time Vault or Voltaic Key.

If a player can't win a game in which they successfully cast Yawgmoth's Will, either something's gone wrong or they've been hosed by graveyard hate. Granted there are a few corner case scenarios when a player might play Yawgmoth's Will early on because it may be the correct decision, almost every time this player's cast Yawgmoth's Will it has been in the mid to late game and his opponent has conceded in response.

How will you use Yawgmoth's Will?

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