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CardName: Kytheon Calls the Irregulars Cost: 4WW Type: Legendary Sorcery Pow/Tgh: / Rules Text: Create four legendary 2/2 white Human Soldier creature tokens with the following names and abilities— • Drasus has renown 1. • Epikos has lifelink. • Little Olexo has first strike. • Zenon the Settesan has vigilance. Flavour Text: Set/Rarity: (Exploratory Design)[Supplemental][ORI] Rare

Kytheon Calls the Irregulars
{4}{w}{w}
 
 R 
Legendary Sorcery
Create four legendary 2/2 white Human Soldier creature tokens with the following names and abilities—
• Drasus has renown 1.
• Epikos has lifelink.
• Little Olexo has first strike.
• Zenon the Settesan has vigilance.
Updated on 2 Nov 2020 by SecretInfiltrator

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2020-04-06 17:59:48: SecretInfiltrator created and commented on the card Kytheon Calls the Irregulars

SIGNATURE SPELL for the monocolored white Kytheon, Hero of Akros/Gideon, Battle-Forged deck.

Rare cycle. The signature spell rule of the Oathbreaker variant is used though Kytheon is a legendary creature.


Spell represents Kytheon's Irregulars as named in the online story. In the illustration on the card from left to right: Olexo, Zenon, Drasus/Epikos. Drasus is described as a brawler, so maybe the one on the very right.

Unfortunately it is quite similar to Gideon's Phalanx which otherwise would have been in the deck.

I'm uncertain of the correct cost.

2020-04-06 20:29:33: SecretInfiltrator edited Kytheon Calls the Irregulars:

fixed typo

I consider changing this to cost less, but you get only one token and then return the spell to your hand as it resolves.

Maybe approximately "Choose one or two... create Drasus; create Epikos; create Olexo; create Zenon; return this spell to its owner's hand."

­Sprout Swarm as a legendary sorcery without convoke, but making a better token... How low can I cost that? {1}{w}{w}?

Signature spells having inherently a form of buyback means this deck can pump out tokens fine forever, but that's a feature of the format.

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