What are the guru lands?

What are the guru lands?

A little while back, Wizards of the Coast offered a promotion to encourage people to teach their friends to play Magic: the Guru program. Included as giveaways were five basic lands illustrated by Terese Nielsen. The lands — called Guru lands — show five stages of a “double eclipse.”

Why are Mtg guru lands so expensive?

Basically, because supply was very very small, even when they were given out originally, and demand is very high. They are considered the “best” basic lands (because the art is very well done, and because they are so rare), and thus appeal to Vintage and Legacy players who enjoy pimping out their decks.

Are guru lands foil?

Guru basics were given out as part of Wizard’s fairly short-lived Guru program. They wanted you to get other people to play magic. They gave you lands if you did. These lands have some nice art by Terese Nielsen and have a kind of semi-foil printing where the Guru symbol is foil and the rest of the card isn’t.

What are Guru cards?

Cards are the building blocks of knowledge in Guru, organizing and storing all of your team’s information. All of your Cards will be stored across Collections in Guru, making it easy for your team to quickly search for and access the knowledge they need. Cards are easy to create and edit!

Where did the guru lands come from?

Rewards. For every 10 Guru points, the Guru received one randomly chosen Guru land () and one booster of the latest expert level Magic set. Wizards of the Coast kept a record which lands had been rewarded to ensure that after 50 Guru points each Guru had a complete set of Guru lands.

What are foil lands worth?

There are a ton of foil lands from many sets that demand significantly more than the bulk rate, which is typically between $0.10 to $0.25 per foil basic land. Many of these lands are in high demand even for their non-foil versions, so bulk basic land boxes are worth picking through too.

How do you know if you have summer magic land?

Summer Magic was only printed in English. It used the old tap symbol (tilted T, instead of the arrow) and has a 1994 copyright date by the artist’s name. You can tell the difference between 4th Edition and Summer Magic because they switched to the arrow tap symbol for 4th.

Are basic lands worth anything?

What are the most expensive basic lands MTG?

What Are the Most Expensive Basic Lands in All of Magic?

  1. Wrap Up.
  2. Guru Basic Lands.
  3. Summer Magic 1994 Forest.
  4. Arabian Nights Mountain.
  5. Judge Foil Full Art Lands.
  6. Secret Lair Lands.

What is guru used for?

Guru is a great tool to use for maintaining information, from methods and procedures to business related updates. You can type in what you’re looking for; whether the information is in the title, the content, or a Guru card tag, you have access.

What does a guru teach?

The noun guru is a Sanskrit word which also means “weighty,” or “grave.” A guru might teach you about meditation and compassion, or how to live your life according to certain precepts and truths. There is also another kind of guru — an expert leader in any field.

What is summer magic?

Summer Magic is a 1963 Walt Disney Productions family musical film directed by James Neilson, and starring Hayley Mills, Burl Ives, and Dorothy McGuire in a story about an early 1900s Boston widow and her children taking up residence in a small town in Maine.