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CardName: Rampant Bear Cost: 2G Type: Creature - Bear Pow/Tgh: 2/2 Rules Text: When Rampant Bear dies, if it's in your graveyard, transform it. Flavour Text: Back side: CardName: Runegrowth Ritual Cost: Type: Sorcery Pow/Tgh: / Rules Text: You may cast Runegrowth Ritual from your graveyard by paying {1}{G}. Then exile it. Search your library for a land card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle. Flavour Text: Set/Rarity: Mirroria Common

Rampant Bear
{2}{g}
 
 C 
Creature – Bear
When Rampant Bear dies, if it's in your graveyard, transform it.
2/2
Runegrowth Ritual
 
 C 
Colour indicator G Sorcery
You may cast Runegrowth Ritual from your graveyard by paying {1}{g}. Then exile it.
Search your library for a land card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle.
Updated on 11 Apr 2021 by dude1818

History: [-]

2012-02-25 07:23:30: dude1818 created the card Rampant Bear

This card is inspired by Jack V's Rampant Bears.

2021-04-09 02:35:15: dude1818 edited Rampant Bear

To me this looks like it wants to use Aftermath.

You can't put aftermath on a permanent card

Hmm, yeah, reminds me of that whole thing where originally evoke was supposed to be split instant/creatures or whatever. This old post on mtg salvation seems quite confident that it could be done with minor modifications but I do recall MaRo stating he was repeatedly convinced not to try that. Eh.

With the advent of Adventures, why can't Aftermath have the top half be a creature?

Adventures aren't split cards. The mini-card representing the adventure only exists on the stack, unlike split cards, where both sides exist everywhere other than the stack. You could certainly make a riff on adventure where the mini-card needs to be cast from the graveyard

MDFC now cover that design space, but an Adventure/Aftermath-style frame could easily make such a design possible on a SFC. It could be done and a lot of holy cows have been butchered since the original evoke-discussion. Nowadays it's more a matter of graphic design (for what it's worth: aftermath frame was mostly fine, too.)

Yeah, see what I did with Restless Undead and friends. The point of this card set was to explore a high-concept TDFC-only set

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