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CardName: Consult the Oracle Cost: U Type: Sorcery Pow/Tgh: Rules Text: Look at the top card and the bottom card of your library. Put one of them into your hand, and the other into your graveyard. Flavour Text: "I see what will be and what may; they become what is, and what is not." - the Oracle at Salova Set/Rarity: Arcunda Common

Consult the Oracle
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Look at the top card and the bottom card of your library. Put one of them into your hand, and the other into your graveyard.
"I see what will be and what may; they become what is, and what is not." – the Oracle at Salova
Created on 30 Nov 2010 by Chris
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2010-11-30 13:34:20: Chris edited Consult the Oracle
2010-11-30 14:18:09: Alex commented on Consult the Oracle
2010-11-30 14:18:09: Alex commented on Consult the Oracle

A nifty little twist on Sleight of Hand. Might be useful against certain cards that hide cards on the bottom of your library.

2010-12-09 10:07:49: Chris commented on Consult the Oracle

Interestingly, the GDS2 judges criticised an identical design for being "too fiddly", and needing "three hands".

2010-12-09 10:07:49: Chris commented on Consult the Oracle
2010-12-24 01:50:35: Camruth commented on Consult the Oracle

GDS2 judges don't mind putting cards on the bottom of library but manipulating cards from the bottom of the library not so much. Whilst they don't like shuffling too much either I think the dislike is less. Maybe look at top 2, put 1 in hand & shuffle other back in ? Still useful against hiding cards on the bottom?

2010-12-24 01:50:35: Camruth commented on Consult the Oracle

I'm inclined to leave it, since these cards are less likely to be played with as cardboard than electronically.

2010-12-24 13:47:28: Chris commented on Consult the Oracle
2010-12-24 13:47:28: Chris commented on Consult the Oracle

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