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CardName: Aramadrian Librarian Cost: 3uu Type: Creature - Human Wizard Pow/Tgh: 1/4 Rules Text: {1}{U}, Tap an untapped Djinn you control: Draw a card. If it's a Djinn, you may pay {1}{U} to repeat this process. Flavour Text: Set/Rarity: Empires of Camadoon Rare

Aramadrian Librarian
Creature – Human Wizard
{1}{u}, Tap an untapped Djinn you control: Draw a card. If it's a Djinn, you may pay {1}{u} to repeat this process.
Updated on 7 Oct 2019 by Froggychum

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2018-07-01 15:18:01: Froggychum created the card Aramadrian Librarian

The most direct comparison point would be Azami, Lady of Scrolls. However, unlike Wizard creatures, Djinn creatures tend to cost a lot of mana, which makes this mana rather useless at a CMC of 6. Tbh, I could even see trying this card at a mana cost of {u}{u} or so.

There's a couple of exceptions; Fledgling Djinn,Indentured Djinn. Heck, even the age-old Mijae Djinn.

Still; that doesn't seem like a particular major reason why this can't cost a bit less.

Drawing multiple extra cards a turn is darn strong. So it doens't want to be too cheap. Maybe make it a Djinn itself and have the body to justify the cost?

Those exceptions are all quite old. You can find a lot of "exceptions" from older sets.

Making this a Djinn itself does sound reasonable.

I'm not sure how to flavorfully do that conversion.

It would make more sense for a djinn to tap djinns... also i already balanced for azami's cost (made it more because she's legendary).. however i didnt know that djinns had to be big. I guess it makes sense, but only becaus eits done that way. I don't really even get how something half-incorporeal should have big stats anyway? Whatever on that i guess..

Aramdria doesnt have a ton of cards anyway

2019-05-23 17:58:20: Froggychum edited Aramadrian Librarian
2019-06-16 22:16:12: Froggychum edited Aramadrian Librarian
2019-10-07 20:55:19: Froggychum edited Aramadrian Librarian

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