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|releaseInformation=* [[Canterlot Nights]] #47 (Rare)<br />Found in packs
 
|releaseInformation=* [[Canterlot Nights]] #47 (Rare)<br />Found in packs
 
|artworkSource=Season 2, Episode 6: [http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/The_Cutie_Pox The Cutie Pox]
 
|artworkSource=Season 2, Episode 6: [http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/The_Cutie_Pox The Cutie Pox]
|rulings=This card is [[Ban List|banned]] from competitive play (no copies of this card be included in a deck) as-of July 27th 2016:
 
:She "enables players to bypass the game’s action economy to a dangerous degree, especially in conjunction with high-cost Friends that can be put into play for less than their printed cost, like Dr. Hooves, Unblinking and Tall Tale, Too Tall.
 
:Exacerbating this power level problem are several problems inherent to the Pinny Lane ‘engine’ that appears frequently in decks: The first is that the engine, which generally consists of Pinny Lane, Dr. Hooves, a reshuffle effect to return ‘spent’ engine components to the deck, and often some number of clone effects, is exceedingly bulky and promotes deck stagnancy: Including any one part invariably means including all the parts, and having 12-15 cards in a list be ‘locked’ into a powerful engine is a very different scenario from simply having a powerful staple card appearing in many lists. It’s difficult for decklists to evolve and change when so much of a deck’s space is occupied by a static set of cards, leading to a repetitive format. The engine also involves an excessive, game-lengthening amount of shuffling, and excessively enables combo decks by providing them the actions necessary to resolve their combo more quickly than it can be consistently interacted with.
 
:As a result, we believe that eliminating Pinny Lane from the Harmony format will improve gameplay and help open up the format to a broader variety of decks."
 
 
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[[Category:Pink (Laughter) Friends]]
 
[[Category:Pink (Laughter) Friends]]
 
[[Category:Unicorn Friends]]
 
[[Category:Unicorn Friends]]
[[Category:Banned Cards]]
 
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