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18 with no rarity, 396 commons, 458 uncommons,
333 rares, 70 mythics

14 colourless, 159 white, 134 blue, 184 black, 157 red, 140 green,
309 multicolour, 58 hybrid, 6 split, 52 artifact, 57 land, 5 plane

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 M 
Instant
Choose target monocolored creature. For each color that creature isn't, create a token that is a copy of the creature except it's that color.
A time prism is much harder to create than a glass prism, but otherwise the same principles apply.
1 comment
2019-08-23 18:09:30 by SecretInfiltrator
 C 
Creature – Aetherborn Assassin
Volateen Starblade can't block.
When Volateen Starblade dies, up to one target creature gets -2/-2 until end of turn.
2/2
 R 
Sorcery
Each player sacrifices a permanent for each creature they control.
3 comments
last 2019-08-23 14:16:37 by SecretInfiltrator
 R 
Sorcery
Each opponent may sacrifice a permanent and discard a card. Skip the next turn of each of those player's that doesn't.
How do you hold onto the memory of someone who never was?
6 comments
last 2019-08-23 08:21:41 by Vitenka
 R 
Creature – Angel Wizard
Flying (This creature can't be blocked except by creatures with flying or reach.)
When Drakewhisper Angel enters the battlefield, create a 2/2 blue Drake creature token with flying.
4/4
1 comment
2019-08-22 11:51:16 by SecretInfiltrator

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On Time Refraction:

MTGNexus MCC 2019-08 Round 3 (E003) >

  • Fits between Thoughtlace and Twiddle into Alpha
  • No mana symbols in the rules text
  • Is not a sorcery
On Torrent of Violence:

Because cards like Misguided Rage and Crack the Earth are red. I feel the ability to avoid Damnation is somewhat in line with red's philosophy.

On Torrent of Violence:

Nonland isn't quite "Each player sacrifices a creature for each creature they control" but it comes pretty close :)

Also, apart from the name; why is this red?

On Torrent of Violence:

I'm pondering "nonland".

On Lost to Time:

Mmm, both of those are true.

It's just that this card is actually:
Hellbent opponents skips their next turn.

Because you will hold it in hand until it is. (And strictly speaking, it's better than that because you can use it to force a discard, if you really need that.)

On Lost to Time:

That has two issues

  • It violates the theme of choosing between the two tragedies and makes it more complex.
  • The two tragedies becomes imbalanced. I wanted to create two equally weighty options to choose between, but losing a trun vs. a permanent is just often too simple a choice. That's why I added discard in the first place.
On Lost to Time:

Make the discard unconditional; and skip a turn only if they don't sacrifice?

On Lost to Time:

I felt that discarding a card felt more natural as a parallel to sacrificing a permanent and worked well thematically, but I could change it to "pay 3 life". Yet that seems just by far not enough to justify the cost.

On Lost to Time:

I like it - but this is especially harsh, since they may already be hellbent. The other one they can at least always pay.

On Lost to Time:
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