Triple sleeved in my only vintage deck.
KMC Perfect Hards, KMC Black Matte, and KMC Full Size Hyper Matte Clear sleeves.
Figure keeping them in a fairly tight deck box with no foils should keep them from bending or curling...
@brass-man I know there is the "Stitcher" App - it's referenced at the end of some of the podcasts I listen to (e.g., "Find this podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and wherever else you find your podcasts"), but I'm not sure if there's a separate submission/aggregation process for that app.
@ten-ten It won't happen until maybe it does happen. It's open design space. Literally the first thing they did upon abolishing the planewalker uniqueness rule is to create a planeswalker that can duplicate himself. At some point, it's likely that they will create a low-power planeswalker that has no legendary subtype at all. "All" means "all" only when it doesn't mean "all except for one or two," but Wizards often means the latter.
@necrogeist said in Why I don't think Mishra's Workshop should be restricted.:
Given the presence of the B/R list and the public knowledge that any card may be banned or restricted in any format, there is no reasonable reliance interest in keeping certain cards from being restricted.
Yes there is, because deliberately printing cards you know you need to ban/restrict is poor game design, and pointless. If they believed in your poor game design and actually made purposely broken cards they knew were going to be banned in all formats and restricted in Vintage, they would just outright destroy Vintage. It's already quite heavy on variance and singletons.
This is a fine argument against printing such cards, but that's not a legally cognizable argument.
In fact, given that there are constant new printings of cards, you couldn't maintain a cause of action if they printed Mishra's Double Workshop that taps for 6 - you know there are going to be new printings of new cards that may obsolete your reserved list cards.
But this card is dumb and will never happen. I'm not sure what point you are trying to make? It's not like they are going to print moxes and duals that are just upgrades to original alpha design.
I'm not 100% sure, but i think that printing strictly better versions would actually qualify for 'functionally identical'. If it does exactly what the other cards does plus something. I mean they haven't made an upgraded version of Thunder Spirit even though they play with that space.
There are non-reserve cards that are better than reserve-cards, but they do not technically function the same (due to mana, mostly). Show and Tell is much much better than Eureka, for example, but is not a 'functional reprint' that breaks the reserve list policy. I think printing identically Eureka at 1G would be blatantly breaking the spirit of the reserve list.
The point was that the reserve list is a discrete and limited promise - Wizards will not make functional reprints of cards on that list. That's all they promised, and that's all they could be held to.