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Amulet of Kroog [Antiquities]
$0.30
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Common Cost: {2} {2}, {T}: Prevent the next 1 damage that would be dealt to target creature or player this turn. Among the first allies Urza gained were the people of Kroog. As a sign of friendship, Urza gave the healers of the city potent amulets; afterwards, thousands journeyed to Kroog in hope of healing, greatly adding to the city's glory.
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Argivian Archaeologist [Antiquities]
$90.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Human Artificer Rarity: Rare Cost: {1}{W}{W} {W}{W}, {T}: Return target artifact card from your graveyard to your hand. Fascinated by the lore of ancient struggles, the Archaeologist searches incessantly for remnants of an earlier, more powerful era.
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Argivian Blacksmith [Antiquities]
$0.40
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Human Artificer Rarity: Common Cost: {1}{W}{W} {T}: Prevent the next 2 damage that would be dealt to target artifact creature this turn. Through years of study and training, the Blacksmiths of Argive became adept at reassembling the mangled remains of the strange, mechanical creatures abounding in their native land.
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Argothian Pixies [Antiquities]
$1.80
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Faerie Rarity: Common Cost: {1}{G} Argothian Pixies can't be blocked by artifact creatures. Prevent all damage that would be dealt to Argothian Pixies by artifact creatures. After the rape of Argoth Forest during the rule of the artificers, the Pixies of Argoth bent their magic to more practical ends.
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Argothian Treefolk [Antiquities]
$0.40
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Treefolk Rarity: Common Cost: {3}{G}{G} Prevent all damage that would be dealt to Argothian Treefolk by artifact sources. Haunting cries we hear in our dreams As the forest dies, a death from machines.
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Armageddon Clock [Antiquities]
$3.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {6}
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Artifact Blast [Antiquities]
$0.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Instant Rarity: Common Cost: {R} Counter target artifact spell. The first line of defense against Urza and Mishra, the Artifact Blast achieved widespread fame until an unlucky mage discovered it was useless on the devices the brothers had already created.
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Artifact Possession [Antiquities]
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Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment — Aura Rarity: Common Cost: {2}{B} Enchant artifact Whenever enchanted artifact becomes tapped or a player activates an ability of enchanted artifact without {T} in its activation cost, Artifact Possession deals 2 damage to that artifact's controller. Any black mage could coax a Thraxodemon to inhabit a magical device.
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Artifact Ward [Antiquities]
$0.40
Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment — Aura Rarity: Common Cost: {W}
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Ashnod's Altar [Antiquities]
$15.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {3}
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Ashnod's Battle Gear [Antiquities]
$2.30
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {2} You may choose not to untap Ashnod's Battle Gear during your untap step. {2}, {T}: Target creature you control gets +2/-2 for as long as Ashnod's Battle Gear remains tapped. This horrid invention clearly illustrates why Mishra's lieutenant was feared as much by her troops as by her foes.
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Ashnod's Transmogrant [Antiquities]
$2.80
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1} {T}, Sacrifice Ashnod's Transmogrant: Put a +1/+1 counter on target nonartifact creature. That creature becomes an artifact in addition to its other types. Ashnod found few willing to trade their humanity for the power she offered them.
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Atog [Antiquities]
$2.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Atog Rarity: Common Cost: {1}{R}
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Battering Ram [Antiquities]
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Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Construct Rarity: Common Cost: {2} At the beginning of combat on your turn, Battering Ram gains banding until end of combat. (Any creatures with banding, and up to one without, can attack in a band. Bands are blocked as a group. If any creatures with banding you control are being blocked by a creature, you divide that creature's combat damage, not its controller, among any of the creatures it's blocking.) Whenever Battering Ram becomes blocked by a Wall, destroy that Wall at end of combat. By the time Mishra was defeated, no mage was foolish enough to rely heavily on walls.
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Bronze Tablet [Antiquities]
$9.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {6}
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Candelabra of Tawnos [Antiquities]
$850.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {1} {X}, {T}: Untap X target lands. Tawnos learned quickly from Urza that utter simplicity often led to wondrous, yet subtle utility.
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Circle of Protection: Artifacts [Antiquities]
$2.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{W}
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Citanul Druid [Antiquities]
$8.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Human Druid Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{G} Whenever an opponent casts an artifact spell, put a +1/+1 counter on Citanul Druid. Driven mad by the fall of Argoth, the Citanul Druids found peace only in battle.
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Clay Statue [Antiquities]
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Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Golem Rarity: Common Cost: {4} {2}: Regenerate Clay Statue. Tawnos won fame as Urza's greatest assistant. After he created these warriors, Urza ended his apprenticeship, promoting him directly to the rank of master.
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Clockwork Avian [Antiquities]
$13.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Bird Rarity: Rare Cost: {5}
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Colossus of Sardia [Antiquities]
$16.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Golem Rarity: Rare Cost: {9} Trample (This creature can deal excess combat damage to defending player or planeswalker while attacking.) Colossus of Sardia doesn't untap during your untap step. {9}: Untap Colossus of Sardia. Activate this ability only during your upkeep. From the Sardian mountains wakes ancient doom: Warrior born from a rocky womb.
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Coral Helm [Antiquities]
$6.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {3}
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Crumble [Antiquities]
$1.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Instant Rarity: Common Cost: {G} Destroy target artifact. It can't be regenerated. That artifact's controller gains life equal to its converted mana cost. The spirits of Argoth grant new life to those who repent the folly of enslaving their labors to devices.
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Cursed Rack [Antiquities]
$2.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {4} As Cursed Rack enters the battlefield, choose an opponent. The chosen player's maximum hand size is four. Ashnod invented several torture techniques that could make victims even miles away beg for mercy as if the End had come.
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Damping Field [Antiquities]
$8.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {2}{W} Players can't untap more than one artifact during their untap steps. Eventually, mages learned to harness the power of natural damping fields and use it for their own ends.
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Detonate [Antiquities]
$5.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Sorcery Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {X}{R}
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Drafna's Restoration [Antiquities]
$2.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Sorcery Rarity: Common Cost: {U} Put any number of target artifact cards from target player's graveyard on top of his or her library in any order. Drafna, founder of the College of Lat-Nam, could create a working model from even the smallest remnants of a newly unearthed artifact.
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Dragon Engine [Antiquities]
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Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Construct Rarity: Common Cost: {3} {2}: Dragon Engine gets +1/+0 until end of turn. Those who believed the city of Kroog would never fall to Mishra's forces severely underestimated the might of his war machines.
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Dwarven Weaponsmith [Antiquities]
$1.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Dwarf Artificer Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{R}
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Energy Flux [Antiquities]
$8.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {2}{U}
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Feldon's Cane [Antiquities]
$4.50
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1} {T}, Exile Feldon's Cane: Shuffle your graveyard into your library. Feldon found the first of these canes frozen in the Ronom Glacier.
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Gaea's Avenger [Antiquities]
$33.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Treefolk Rarity: Rare Cost: {1}{G}{G} Gaea's Avenger's power and toughness are each equal to 1 plus the number of artifacts your opponents control. After the destruction of Argoth, Gaea was willing to instill a portion of her own powers into some of her more vengeful followers.
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Gate to Phyrexia [Antiquities]
$33.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Enchantment Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {B}{B} Sacrifice a creature: Destroy target artifact. Activate this ability only during your upkeep and only once each turn. "The warm rain of grease on my face immediately made it clear I had entered Phyrexia." —Jarsyl, Diary
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Goblin Artisans [Antiquities]
$1.80
Set: Antiquities Type: Creature — Goblin Artificer Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {R}
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Golgothian Sylex [Antiquities]
$26.00
Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {4} {1}, {T}: Each nontoken permanent with a name originally printed in the Antiquities expansion is sacrificed by its controller. From their earliest educations, the brothers had known that no human contrivance could stand against the true masters of Dominia.
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Grapeshot Catapult [Antiquities]
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Set: Antiquities Type: Artifact Creature — Construct Rarity: Common Cost: {4} {T}: Grapeshot Catapult deals 1 damage to target creature with flying. For years scholars debated whether these were Urza's or Mishra's creations. Recent research suggests they were invented by the brothers' original master, Tocasia, and that both used these devices.