Bucket List | Mystery Booster Playtest Cards 2021 (CMB2) #89 – Non-Foil

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Bucket List

CMB2, Mystery Booster Playtest Cards 2021 Nonfoil.


Enchantment.

Whenever you cast a spell of a type showing on Bucket List, put a counter over that type and draw a card. If all five types on Bucket List have counters over them, sacrifice it and draw one more card.
☐ artifact ☐ creature ☐ enchantment ☐ instant ☐ sorcery

Specs

SKU: 79b15918-ce3e-589e-a53d-e53abcb64df0 Set: Card: Availability:

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Card Info

Card Name: Bucket List {1}{U}{R}

Card Type: Enchantment

Card Text: Whenever you cast a spell of a type showing on Bucket List, put a counter over that type and draw a card. If all five types on Bucket List have counters over them, sacrifice it and draw one more card.
☐ artifact ☐ creature ☐ enchantment ☐ instant ☐ sorcery


Colour: Red, Blue.

Set Code: CMB2.

Set Name: Mystery Booster Playtest Cards 2021.

Illustrated By: Nathan Ian Greene.

Number: 89.

Rarity: Rare.

Card Finish: Nonfoil.

Language: English.


Rulings:

2019-11-12
Bucket List has an associated tracker list. The tracker list is (kind of) graphically represented on the card, but this list isn’t an ability or a characteristic of the object.
2019-11-12
The counter isn’t put on Bucket List; it’s put on the tracker list. Because it isn’t on an object or player, it can’t be proliferated, removed, or so on.
2019-11-12
If an object becomes a copy of Bucket List, it has the tracker list for as long as it’s a copy of it. This new tracker list will start empty, even if the tracker list of the original Bucket List had any counters. The new tracker list and any counters it gets cease to exist when the copy effect ends.
2019-11-12
If you cast a spell that has more than one card type, you put a counter on each of those types on the tracker list.
2019-11-12
You sacrifice Bucket List and draw an additional card while resolving the ability that triggers when you cast the fifth spell that covers the last card type on its tracker list.


Legalities:

Additional information

Artist

Nathan Ian Greene

Number

89

Colour Identity

R, U

Card Finish

Nonfoil

Card Type

Enchantment

Subtypes
Converted Mana Cost

3

Promotional

No

Rarity

Rare

Card Frame

Standard

Reprint

Reprint

Card Abilities
Reserved

No

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