Infinite Potential Well

Infinite Potential Well by dude1818

380 cards in Multiverse

15 with no rarity, 79 commons, 116 uncommons,
113 rares, 52 mythics, 4 basics, 1 token

3 colourless, 53 white, 42 blue, 33 black, 46 red, 47 green,
96 multicolour, 4 hybrid, 7 split, 23 artifact, 26 land

575 comments total

You'll never know what you might find inside. (My random card dump.)

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Mechanics | Planets and Gravity

I keep all of my miscellaneous card ideas here, as well as any cards that I remove from my actual themed sets or haven't yet added. Feel free to use any of the cards found within.

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Sorcery
As an additional cost to cast Swallowed by the Sea, exile a creature you control.
Destroy all creatures.
At the beginning of your next end step, return the exiled creature to the battlefield under your control.
6 comments
last 2017-05-05 13:33:37 by jmgariepy
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Land
Yet Another Dual Land enters the battlefield tapped.
{t}, Sacrifice Yet Another Dual Land: Search your library for a Plains or Swamp card and put it onto the battlefield. Then shuffle your library.
Cycling {w/b}
2 comments
last 2017-03-31 18:32:14 by dude1818
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Enchantment
At the beginning of each player's upkeep, that player puts an entropy counter on each nonland permanent they control, then sacrifices each one with converted mana cost less than or equal to the number of entropy counters on it.
2 comments
last 2017-02-13 12:24:19 by Alex
Enchantment
If a player would draw one or more cards, instead that player draws that many cards plus one, then puts a card chosen at random from their hand on top of their library.
1 comment
2017-02-13 05:28:44 by dude1818
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Legendary Creature – Human Warrior
If a creature you control would deal noncombat damage, it deals double that damage instead.
Whenever Alena, Kessig Trapper attacks, each creature you control fights a different target creature an opponent controls.
Partner
3/2
8 comments
last 2017-01-23 17:31:00 by dude1818

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On Swallowed by the Sea:

Oh, the heavy blue/white control decks won't be able to use it effectively. But in traditional mono-white control, this is pretty bonkers. Signet on round 2, followed by a 4-cost angel on round 3, and Plague Wind on round 4.

You can't even kill the 'angel' in response. As soon as you put Swallowed by the Sea on the stack, you've paid the cost of exiling the creature. Granted you can kill the creature when it comes back out... once you've left your mana open for a turn instead of casting permanents, and your opponent's land is untapped, with a potential Shelter in hand.

On Swallowed by the Sea:

Yeah, it's certainly more powerful than a plain Day of Judgment, but I figured that the cost restriction prevented the decks that we have the most concerns about having good board wipes from running it. Wizards is strongly against the turn 4 wipe, but the heavy control deck that wants that can't cast this turn 4. Also, I didn't think Duneblast was considered playable outside limited and commander.

On Swallowed by the Sea:

Well, duneblast gives you one extra combat with just your creature. But this is close.

On Swallowed by the Sea:

Yeah, wow, this is Duneblast level. That was a hideous beating. OK, I guess this requires you to have a creature, so you can't use it on turn 4 as a control deck; but it's backbreaking on turn 7.

On Swallowed by the Sea:

That's a very strong wrath variant. Exile not just destroy, and you get to save a thing? I'd upcost it by one. And still use it a lot.

On Swallowed by the Sea:

Top-down splitting the Sea of Reeds card, but also with a dash of Moses being exiled way earlier on I guess? Dunno, that's more a mechanical balancing factor.

On Yet Another Dual Land:

Whoops, meant to tap to fetch.

On Yet Another Dual Land:

ETBs tapped, yet no abilities require tapping?

On Entropic Decay:

I much prefer the version that puts counters on one thing, rather than counters on eeeeverything.

On Damn the Consequences:

Oh, apparently I came up with a blue version years ago: Peer through Time

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