Mechanics Playground

Mechanics Playground by jameschanlee

639 cards in Multiverse

8 with no rarity, 228 commons, 202 uncommons,
170 rares, 31 mythics

1 colourless black, 10 colourless, 85 white, 91 blue, 106 black, 102 red,
95 green, 74 multicolour, 2 split, 46 artifact, 27 land

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Random card ideas and designs, and riffs on existing ones. Mechanics Page (http://www.magicmultiverse.net/cardsets/1546/mechanics) for details

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 R 
Enchantment
Sacrifice Infinite Void: Exile target ability, spell, or permanent.
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last 2018-12-23 09:46:38 by Tahazzar
 U 
Sorcery
Destroy target creature. You gain 3 life.
 C 
Enchantment – Aura
Enchant creature
Enchanted creature can only attack or block alone.
{1}{r}
 
 U 
Sorcery
Tap target creature and gain control of it until end of turn.
Draw a card.
 C 
Sorcery
Impulse {1}{g} (You may cast this card for its impulse cost as you draw it.)
You gain 1 life for each land you control.
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2018-12-14 22:59:05 by jameschanlee

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On Infinite Void:

­Mindbreak Trap did that almost a decade ago. We also have Unsubstantiate. I have to say that I don't actually agree with the principle that everything is fine as long as WotC did it. You can end up making all the same mistakes they do - and they do mistakes a lot - or end up not doing something that they should have done ages ago.

Esper color combinations prompt this design from a designer quite easily. I made myself a "Exile target spell or permanent" instant years ago. Making it a seal is a nasty twist.

On Infinite Void:

Ah, true. Summary Dismissal does that. Carry on.

On Infinite Void:
on 2018-12-22 17:54:34 by Vitenka (unlogged):

"Exile target thing or non-thing".

Part of me wants to say "Well, this being in play is an annoying lockdown threat".

Another part of me is saying "How do I get an infinite number of these into play?"

Also - non-land permanent maybe?

On Infinite Void:

I think that's the point. Counterpoint, see Summary Dismissal

On Infinite Void:

Technically, this counters 'uncounterable' spells. Maybe that's fine. I don't know. I only know that Wizards goes to lengths to make sure that doesn't happen (the wording is usually "Counter target spell. If you do, exile...") See also, Dissipate or Syncopate.

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