The first card to bear the type was Cloudpost in Mirrodin. It adds for each Locus on the battlefield. Because multiple Loci looked inherently broken, R&D was hesitant to create additional ones. Each new Locus would increase the amount of mana generated by Cloudpost. However, with the printing of Glimmerpost in Scars of Mirrodin deckbuilders were gifted a second playset of Loci and, alongside the landcopying Vesuva from Time Spiral could play up to twelve in one deck.  While fine for the Extended format, Cloudpost ended up on the Modern banlist on the second round in September 2015, and has stayed there since.
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