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Arcunda

Arcunda by Chris

93 cards in Multiverse

85 commons, 5 uncommons,
1 rare, 1 mythic, 1 token

22 white, 20 blue, 19 black,
18 red, 8 green, 6 land

284 comments total

Accumulating magics offer stability - or great power

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On Malandian Cohort (reply):

Flash made even less sense on a dwarf, so removed. Instead went with an upgraded Jackal Familiar.

However, this is now my third {1}{r} creature; and CR01 Malandian Emissary is part of a cycle, while CR03 Sparkrunner probably shouldn't change size as one of only two 1-power red critters.

On Cisaean Earthcaller (reply):

Was Cisaean Windcaller, which is now uncommon.

The first time I had this, it was {1}{w}{w}. Made {2}{w} to keep double-C costs down. Is it too strong?

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Creature – Ape
Vigilance
4/3
2 comments
last 2014-02-04 13:38:48 by Alex
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Creature – Dryad Scout
Reach
{g}: Regenerate Boughwalker Dryad.
She steps from treetop to treetop, and the birds give her news of any trespassers.
1/3
3 comments
last 2014-02-04 13:19:23 by Chris
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Creature – Ape
When Branchlash Ape enters the battlefield, Branchlash Ape deals 2 damage to target creature with flying.
Anyone viewing Kitrios from the air can expect to suddenly see it from very close up indeed.
3/3
3 comments
last 2014-02-03 18:04:50 by Alex
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Creature – Dryad Shaman
{g}: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.
"Rosepetals in spring, lillies in summer, gentian in autumn, hellebore in winter."
1/1
4 comments
last 2014-02-03 13:12:43 by jmgariepy
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Creature – Lizard
Accumulate (When this enters the battlefield and at the beginning of your upkeep, put a charge counter on it.)
1{g}, remove 2 charge counters from Motephage Rootwalla: Motephage Rootwalla gets +2/+2 until end of turn.
1/1
1 comment
2014-01-31 13:59:16 by Chris

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On Watchful Silverback:

Yeah, this is good at either 4/4 for {4}{g} or 4/3 for {2}{g}{g}.

On Watchful Silverback:

Costing this is interesting. Nettle Swine says that a 4/3 vanilla is {3}{g}; Sentinel Spider says that adding just {g} gives you Vigilance, Reach, +0/+1. So even {4}{g} feels quite harsh for this chap.

I think {2}{g}{g} is probably the right place; trading 1 toughness for Vigilance against Rumbling Baloth

On Boughwalker Dryad:

Converted to regeneration instead of vigilance, in order to free Vigilance up for a larger creature since larger creatures don't tend to regenerate at common.

On Branchlash Ape:

Reminds me of Lys Alana Bowmaster. Though actually it turns out there's a whole stable of cards that deal 2 damage to target creature with flying. The Bowmaster has rather stronger abilities, but a 3/3 for 4 mana is usually more relevant in Limited than a 2/2 for 3 mana so it likely balances out.

On Boughwalker Dryad:

It's certainly a very synergistic pair of abilities and P/T. Vigilance may turn out to be overdoing it, but while this is very playable it's also not going to win many games on its own, so I think it's in a fine place.

On Branchlash Ape:

Apes are the new goblins.

Anyway, seems like a fair medium common to me. Efficient; but only if there's something middling flying that you wanna shock.

On Branchlash Ape:

In case the flavour isn't clear, the art would show an ape whipping a high tree branch into some flying creature's face.

On Boughwalker Dryad:

This seems solid. But of a stalley card but I doubt problematically so.

On Petalclad Dryad:

Sometimes, being the best there is at what you do offers high marks on Gatherer. It probably picked up 5 stars from a number of players who were always looking, but could never find anything better.

On Petalclad Dryad:

more interested in the name and what the art would look like ....

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