Armageddon by ttt3142

253 cards in Multiverse

95 commons, 71 uncommons,
63 rares, 14 mythics, 10 basics

27 white, 27 blue, 27 black, 27 red,
27 green, 22 multicolour, 80 artifact, 16 land

159 comments total

Set 1/3: The Earth is poised on the brink of nuclear war when magic enters the world.

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Creature – Eye
Orbital Surveyor can only block creatures with flying.
Players play with the top card of their libraries revealed. As long as the top card of your library has a converted mana cost higher than the top card of each opponent's library, other creatures you control get +1/+1.
{2}: Scry 1.
Counter all activated abilities of artifacts. EMP Blast deals 3 damage to each artifact creature. Activated abilities of artifacts cannot be activated until the end of the next turn.
"Technology is weakness."
-Sylvane, Terra Nova leader
Target creature an opponent controls deals damage equal to its power to another target creature.
"I always knew you were a traitor, you filthy pinko scum!" were the last words he recalled saying to his now-deceased commanding officer.
Artifact Creature – Vehicle
Vigilance, lifelink
{g}, {t}, Sacrifice Mistbalm Rover: Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn.
{w}, {t}, Sacrifice Mistbalm Rover: Prevent all damage that would be dealt to target creature this turn.
Artifact Creature – Construct
Sacrifice an artifact: Regenerate Steel-Crusher Colossus.
Whenever Steel-Crusher Colossus deals combat damage to a player, you may search your library for up to that many artifact cards and put them into your graveyard. If you do, shuffle your library.
Salvage 10

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On Guilty by Suspicion:

With this many words in the effect, the flavor text doesn't really fit.

On Guilty by Suspicion:

As usual, the problem with "search and a big benefit if you don't find" is that you can always choose not to find anything. You need either the horrible "That player reveals his or her library" wording, or the more interesting and more explicit version,

...That player chooses one: he or she loses 10 life; or he or she searches his or her library for one or more cards with the same name, exiles them, then shuffles that library.

But that lets the opponent choose to only lose one land, for example. It's going to be hard to avoid that without the "reveals his or her library" wording from Guided Passage.

On Sylvane's Edict:

I still think this is just uncommon level.

On Sylvane's Edict:

I thought this was enchantment that turned your stuff into Trygon Predators. As a sorcery, it's kind of lame. Definitely only uncommon worthy. It should at least be an instant.

On Sylvane's Edict:

I would much rather have Creeping Corrosion, even with the increased cost.

On Tropical Swarmqueen:

Hee! Awesome! That's a good mythic :)

On Woodland Kami:
On Terra Cotta Army:

Looks a lot worse than Assemble the Legion. That gives you both effects rather than just one, and for free rather than for {4}, and still for 5 mana. Okay, this makes 2/2s and can be used by any colour, which does mean it shouldn't be as good... hmm.

If you drop the cost of {4}, then this becomes "tap it the turn you cast it, then next turn onwards it makes a 2/2". That's similar to Bloodline Keeper, Garruk Relentless or Xenagos, the Reveler (all being used only for their token-making effect, nothing else). So it seems black or green can get that for 4 mana (albeit at mythic in some cases). Those cards all have another powerful alternative effect, but so does (this hypothetical change to) this one: you can forgo making a token for a turn, to charge it up to make two tokens a turn from then on.

Okay, maybe dropping the cost of {4} entirely might be a bit good. I think it could come down to {1} though.

On Armaments of the General:

Making a creature legendary doesn't do much except allow it to benefit from things like Okina, Temple to the Grandfathers, since even if you have another of that same creature, the legend rule doesn't apply unless they're both legendary. I guess that's not exactly a bad thing, though.

On Armaments of the General:

It's like Konda's Banner combined with Alpha Status. Looks very expensive to equip, but for something that gives a double Anthem plus a big targeted pump I guess that might be necessary. Pity that it doesn't do anything (or not much) if you don't have any/many creatures out. Reminds me of Pennon Blade in that respect.

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