Districts of Kestner

Districts of Kestner by Onygox

200 cards in Multiverse

5 with no rarity, 85 commons, 54 uncommons,
44 rares, 12 mythics

25 white, 20 blue, 22 black, 16 red,
23 green, 66 multicolour, 20 artifact, 8 land

211 comments total

Based on the video games Dishonored, Thief, and Darkest Dungeon. Central mechanics of darkness, light and trickery.

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Creatures you control gain lifelink until end of turn.
last 2019-07-17 01:34:06 by Onygox
Darkest dungeon  grave robber by liewjj da0ydtb
Creature – Human
When Graveyard Robber enters the battlefield, if it’s under cover, you may return target creature card from your graveyard to your hand. (A creature is under cover as long as no opponent controls a creature with less power.)
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last 2019-07-10 15:26:56 by Vitenka
Put target creature card in a graveyard onto the battlefield under your control. It gains indestructible. When it enters the battlefield, you may have it fight target creature you don’t control.
last 2019-07-10 15:05:42 by SecretInfiltrator
Darkest dungeon by pin100 d9wjsna
Creature – Human Cleric
{1}{w}, {t}: The next 3 damage that a source of your choice would deal to a permanent you control this turn is dealt to Penitent Cultist instead.
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2019-07-09 14:24:10 by Vitenka
Reveal the top five cards of your library. You may put a multicolored card from among them onto the battlefield. Put the rest into your graveyard.

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On Emily's Preparations:

@Sorrow @Vitenka indeed it is missing an "s", thanks for the catch.

On Emily's Preparations:

I would assume it's missing a single 's', as the smallest change to make this make sense. Which is pretty good, really.

On Emily's Preparations:

Is this supposed to be "Target creature" or "Target creatures you control," or is it just one creature but doesn't target that creature?

On Emily's Preparations:

This is pretty lel yeah. Compare to a card like Swift Justice for example.

On Graveyard Robber:

Its a good point; if "under cover" becomes a deck theme worth worrying about, why wouldn't every deck just run a couple of utility 1/1 creatures and completely thwart it?

On Graveyard Robber:

This is not too likely to be under cover and these uncommon gold draft-archetype cards usually pack more of a punch. I'd go down with the cost to {1}{b}{g}.

On Sepulchral Turmoil:

I agree. This is rare to Cruel Revival's uncommon, but lacks the punch or uniqueness of a deserving mythic rare. An uncommon and two commons stapled together is just too plain.

On Sepulchral Turmoil:

While somewhat related, power level doesn't equate rarity. This seems more geared towards rare rarity imo.

On Sepulchral Turmoil:

Reanimate and invulnerable AND fight?

It does need a bit of flavour; but I can certainly see that being mechanically mythic.

On Sepulchral Turmoil:

I'm not 100% sold on the mythic rarity here.

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