Unlucky Drop MTG Card
|Converted mana cost
|The Lost Caverns of Ixalan
Text of card Unlucky Drop
Target artifact or creature's owner puts it on the top or bottom of their library.
"First rule down here is the same as it is on the water: always double-check your knots." —Captain Lannery Storm
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If you're looking to purchase Unlucky Drop MTG card by a specific set like The Lost Caverns of Ixalan, there are several reliable options to consider. One of the primary sources is your local game store, where you can often find booster packs, individual cards, and preconstructed decks from current and some past sets. They often offer the added benefit of a community where you can trade with other players.
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- MTG Mint Card
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Magic the Gathering formats where Unlucky Drop has restrictions
Rules and information about Unlucky Drop
The reference guide for Magic: The Gathering Unlucky Drop card rulings provides official rulings, any errata issued, as well as a record of all the functional modifications that have occurred.
|The permanent's owner chooses whether to put it on the top or bottom of their library. If multiple cards are put into the library this way (such as when the spell targets a melded permanent), that permanent's owner puts all the cards on top or all the cards on the bottom. They put them in whatever order they wish, and do not need to reveal the order.
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