Magic cards don't always follow the right color path -- especially in the game's early days. The card Acid Rain is one of the best examples.
Over the nearly 30 year history of Magic: The Gathering, there have been game-breaking cards. Land Tax was one of them.
There have been real life people in Magic: The Gathering cards before. And no, not all of them include past championship winners or Richard Garfield.
Almost thirty years ago, the Legends set came out with a few problems attached. Today, some cards are coming back.
Back in 1994, Legends nearly introduced a handful of real-life people and characters with cards of their own. One actually made it to print.
In the early days of Magic: The Gathering, there was a curious running gag that kept popping in each year before finally becoming a reality years later.