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CardName: Airsinger Cost: {2}{U}{U} Type: Flying Creature - Harpy Pow/Tgh: 2/1 Rules Text: When Airsinger enters the battlefield, exchange control of two other target creatures. Flavour Text: Set/Rarity: Community Mashup Set Uncommon

Flying Creature – Harpy
When Airsinger enters the battlefield, exchange control of two other target creatures.
Updated on 12 Feb 2020 by Vitenka

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2020-02-12 09:46:15: Vitenka created and commented on the card Airsinger

­Blinkmoth Mindswap Engine + Coral Merfolk

So, a nice small vanilla. And.. the exact opposite of that. Which costs 7, you get TWO of, and you can sacrifice it to swap control of a bunch of creatures.

The simplest thing to do would be a vanilla that you get two of for one cast.

A less simple one would be to have a creature and also swap a creature. And from the comments on the blinkmoth; let it try to swap control of two creatures neither of which are yours if you feel like it.

Sadly, this needs to cost at least Control Magic since that's basically what it is.

And yet again I fail at making commons. So, hmm. It's interesting; giving this a better creature-body arguably makes it worse (since you then really need a crappy creature to give to your opponent). Obviously, that levels off quickly - but I think we can make it a flier. Which I want to do, because the obvious creature-type to me is "Harpy" and dev-name it "Airsinger" to remind people of the old Seasinger.

Why is the obvious creature type Harpy? I'd have thought Siren.

Well yes; but they don't fly so good.

There are more Sirens with flying than without these days. Threnody Singer and co. are the rebranded winged Sirens to contrast with the mermaid-like Sirens of the past and the fliers were in full force on both Theros and Ixalan.

Maybe we should have Merfolk Siren creatures and Harpy Siren creatures just to differentiate them, but with the limited space on the type line classic winged carnivorous Sirens are a thing right now.

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