White Mana Battery
Alternate Fourth Edition is a parallel print run of the standard Fourth Edition set. They were printed in 1995 by the Cincinnatti, Ohio-based United States Playing Card Corporation and marked Wizards of the Coast's first attempt to print Magic: the Gathering within the United States. Due to a dispute between the two companies, the cards were never officially released and were supposed to have been destroyed. However, a limited quantity of Alternate Fourth Edition starter displays are believed to have survived.Card Type: Artifact
Alternate Fourth Edition cards look very similar to standard Magic cards, but a closer inspection reveals obvious differences. Their card stock is thicker, their backs feature a glossy finish, and their colors do not show the usual pattern of dots characteristic of Magic: the Gathering cards. Furthermore, they have a special coating which causes the cards to stay dark under ultraviolet light (also known as "black" light), in contrast to standard Magic cards which start to glow when held under similar lighting.
Card Text: 2, TAP: Put one charge counter on White Mana Battery.
TAP: Add W to your mana pool and remove as many charge counters as you wish.
For each charge counter removed from White Mana Battery, add W to your mana pool.
Play this ability as an interrupt.
Oracle Text: 2, Tap: Put a charge counter on White Mana Battery.
Tap, Remove any number of charge counters from White Mana Battery: Add W, then add an additional W for each charge counter removed this way.
Artist: Anthony Waters
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