[Card Dump] Tahazzar's Designs

[Card Dump] Tahazzar's Designs by Tahazzar

76 cards in Multiverse

3 with no rarity, 9 commons, 21 uncommons,
30 rares, 13 mythics

1 colourless, 9 white, 18 blue, 17 black, 6 red,
8 green, 10 multicolour, 3 hybrid, 3 artifact, 1 land

137 comments total

Not-so-messy cards made over the years.

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Creature – Leech Slug
{0}: You lose 1 life.
{0}: Discard a card.
{0}: Sacrifice a creature.
{0}: Exile a card from your graveyard.
Illus. Christopher Burdett
Creature – Vampire Shaman
Flying, vigilance
The burial grounds of Old Neldanc are guarded by a cult of cold-blooded animists. Their millennium old vigil is nourished by the very earth they hold watch over.
Illus. Luis Royo
last 2019-12-02 11:30:55 by Tahazzar
Exile the top three cards of your library, then choose a permanent card among them. If it's a land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped. Otherwise, put it into your hand.
Illus. Koh Sang Woo
1 comment
2019-07-14 10:51:49 by Vitenka
Enchantment – Aura
Enchant creature
At the beginning of your upkeep, put a -1/-1 counter on enchanted creature.
When enchanted creature dies, return that card to the battlefield under your control.
"Do not worry—soon you will be one of us."
Illus. Andrew Trabbold
last 2019-07-13 19:26:15 by Tahazzar
Untap target creature and gain control of it until end of turn. That creature gains haste until end of turn. After this main phase, there is an additional combat phase followed by an additional main phase.
Illus. wolf-minori (Bobinczi) | DeviantArt.com

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On Neldanc Coven:

Check this out lel. Kinda tongue-in-cheek as far as I can see.

On Reverie’s Trance:

Huh. That's interesting. Almost always "Search a land into play" but sometimes Scrycle instead.

On Wear Down:

I like your second suggested flavor text, but so do I the current one. It has this unsettling warmth and inevitability written into it. "Do not worry" supposed to come of as a strange thing to say with what follows being the punch line. Why is implying repetition required? This has the memeable "soon" going on with it currently.

On Wear Down:

Flavorful and mechanically sound. Neat.

I like how this combination of Unhallowed Pact and removal makes black control magic more justified.

The flavor text itself doesn't do anything for me. It takes a special kind of disposition to start this statement with "Do not worry" and mean something. In an unattributed quote or one attributed to character I do not know it's inferior to a phrase that implies repetition e. g.

  • "You still refuse? Unfortunate. We'll see what another night in the cells can do about that."
  • "How much longer are you going to torture yourself over a choice that never was yours?"
  • "Shall we begin again? How many lights are there?"
On Moonflow Shinobi:

I kinda agree that it doesn't feel exactly blue. However, I think blue does needs to have some color shifting for it to have more aggressive, combat oriented style while still remaining true to itself (more tempo, less draw-go). For one thing, I would rather have this in blue than, say, afflict.

On Moonflow Shinobi:

Vicious is interesting, a tweak on doublestrike that seems more intuitive. While flavorful on a ninja, the mechanic doesn't feel blue to me though.

On Obelisk of the Uncharted:

A mana ability is an activated ability that creates mana or a triggered ability that triggers off of mana creation and makes more mana itself. So as far as I know Seething Song doesn't count. https://mtg.gamepedia.com/Mana_ability

My intent is to activate the activated abilities - hence the wording as I don't think it would even apply to triggered abilities since they aren't something you can 'activate'... if it works or could work that is. EDIT: The comprehensive rules speak of triggered abilities being activated so I added "activated [mana ability]" as a restriction.

This way it can activate the last ability of Ramos, Dragon Engine for example. This novelty is the most of its reason for being a mythic.

On Obelisk of the Uncharted:

Because then that can't activate that one insane card that just ahppens to be a mana ablity as a side effect of its huge effect...

On Obelisk of the Uncharted:

Also, the complicated way may not be the best way anyway. What's wrong with:

"{t}: Exile the top card of target opponent's library. If you exile a land this way, add one mana of any color."

I mean, the Obelisk is a mythic. Why are trying to restrict the color of mana it might produce?

On Obelisk of the Uncharted:

Do you want this to also work for Llanowar Elves and/or Seething Song?

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