"Husk"

"Husk" by Tahazzar

29 cards in Multiverse

12 commons, 8 uncommons, 4 rares, 5 basics

12 colourless, 4 artifact, 13 land

20 comments total

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Tmh44mx
 B 
Basic Enchantment Land
{t}: Produce {c}. (Unused mana is lost.)
Illus. Bob Zhang
 
Viidyvd
 B 
Basic Artifact Land
{t}: Produce {c}. (Unused mana is lost.)
Illus. Anne Marte Markussen
{2}{F}
 
 C 
Enchantment Creature – Spirit
({F} can be paid by tapping an untapped enchantment you control.)
Vigilance
{t}: Sigil Carrier gets +1/+1 until end of turn, then chant (Your enchantments can enhance this effect. Copy this effect for each enchantment you tap in response.).
1/1
{1}{D}
 
 C 
Creature – Plant Wall
({D} can be paid with one mana from a Desert.)
Defender
When Wall of Cacti dies, if you have 10 or less life, draw a card.
1/3
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2018-03-19 15:10:45 by Tahazzar
{D}
 
 C 
Enchantment
({D} can be paid with one mana from a Desert.)
At the beginning of your upkeep, sacrifice Tooth of Time and destroy target artifact.
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2018-03-19 15:07:35 by Tahazzar

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On Wall of Cacti:
On Tooth of Time:
On Sea of Sand:
On Deprivation:
On Lady of the Snow:
On Ice Queen:
On Disassemble:

The problem with that is that the various cards that are attached to objects have a wide variety of flavor reasons behind them so finding a single term to describe that quality of being attached or having attached permanents is hard.

I think "adorned" was used as a pseudo keyword for a creature that was enchanted and/or equipped, but there it can be seen how specific the flavor ends be. It wouldn't be a fit for Component artifacts and probably not for Fortifications either. Nor for Curses.

Hmm, oh, you even mentioned that "adorned". Yeah it was used in that Norse set in planesculptors at one point or another.

Anyway, while "attached" is a pretty sterile word, it doesn't bring up all the confusion the term "stack" has related to it. So it's even used for reminder texts of Auras and such without any major issues as far as I know.

Personally I don't see this as a large enough of a problem to call for a modification.

On Disassemble:

I always wanted a term to describe permanents/objects that have permanents attached to them - a generelization of "enchanted", "equipped" e. g. "Destroy target adorned permanent."

"Attached" is just a too mechanical term that I want to avoid in card text like "stack" and "zone".

On "Husk":
On Rasaha Camel:

Yes, these all are variations on snow mana pretty much. Snow is actually included here. Note that the traditional five basic lands aren't.

Dune, Wreck, Aether, Arctic, Monument

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