According to the announcement, green ramp and aggro decks continue to dominate the metagame, and in order to let the format develop effective countermeasures Veil of Summer, which acts as a safeguard against said countermeasures, had to go.. Once Upon a Time is banned. The card is used as a means of circumventing blue's … Oko, Thief of Crowns is banned.
The ban goes into effect in tabletop and on Magic Online … Was way too efficient for the cost. MTG Arena Effective Date: Nov 18, 2019. It needs to remain banned. The Pioneer ban list continues to grow. Forever. If this is the case, will any other cards go along with it? Magic Online Effective Date: Nov 18, 2019 Tabletop Effective Date: Nov 22, 2019. Just to be clear, Veil never worked against Teferi Bounce. The thief has been banned and the crowns are reclaimed. Edit: Fair enough that you can cast in response to T3feri. Today, Veil of Summer was banned in the format. Particularly as Sultai Ramp and Mono Green. Veil would be very strong right now, particularly against Sultai Ramp. The banning of Veil of Summer in Pioneer may also forecast the possibility of it being banned in Standard as well. Legacy: Wrenn and Six is banned. Brawl: Oko, Thief of Crowns is banned. Veil of Summer has been a key sideboard card for green decks against blue and black decks.
Vintage: Narset, Parter of Veils is restricted. Magic: The Gathering bans Oko, Once Upon a Time, and Veil of Summer from Standard. Oko, Thief of Crowns is the most likely choice, but with Throne of Eldraine still …
Veil of Summer is banned. Veil of Summer was a mistake.