Infinite Potential Well

Infinite Potential Well by dude1818

650 cards in Multiverse

47 with no rarity, 97 commons, 194 uncommons,
218 rares, 88 mythics, 4 basics, 2 tokens

7 colourless, 1 token blue, 1 colourless black, 1 colourless red, 77 white, 72 blue, 65 black, 70 red,
75 green, 156 multicolour, 11 hybrid, 7 split, 52 artifact, 40 land, 15 plane

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Throwing spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks.

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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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Plane – Kaldheim
Whenever a source deals excess damage, Surtlanddeals damage equal to the excess to any target of that source’s controller’s choice that hasn’t been targeted this way this turn. (The player whose turn it is controls Surtland.)
Whenever you roll {chaos}, scry 4, then reveal the top card of your library. Distribute X +1/+1 counters among any number of creatures you control and deal X damage to any target, where X is the converted mana cost of the revealed card.
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last 2021-02-18 20:25:11 by SecretInfiltrator
Ongoing Phenomenon
(An ongoing phenomenon remains face up under your control until it disperses.)
If a player would planeswalk, you may instead look at the top two cards of their planar deck. Put one on the bottom of their planar deck and they planeswalk to the other, then put an omen counter on Manipulate the Omenpaths.
When there are a number of omen counters on Manipulate the Omenpaths equal to the number of players, disperse this phenomenon.
Illus. Eric Deschamps
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last 2021-02-18 19:52:53 by dude1818
Plane – Kaldheim
All creatures have haste and must attack each combat if able.
Whenever you roll {chaos}, return to the battlefield all creature cards in your graveyard that died while attacking this turn. After this main phase, there is an additional combat phase followed by an additional main phase.
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2021-02-18 03:23:13 by dude1818
Ongoing Phenomenon
(An ongoing phenomenon remains face up under your control until it disperses.)
If a player would planeswalk, instead they simultaneously planeswalk to the top two cards of their planar deck. Then put an omen counter on Doomskar Inversion.
When there are a number of omen counters on Doomskar Inversion equal to the number of players, disperse this phenomenon.
Illus. Piotr Dura
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last 2021-02-04 15:37:56 by dude1818
Ongoing Phenomenon
(An ongoing phenomenon remains face up under your control until it disperses.)
When you encounter Cosmos Confrontation, put four times X omen counters on it, where X is the number of players. When there are no omen counters on Cosmos Confrontation, disperse it. Each player that dealt damage to it since their last turn draws X cards.
Any player may attack Cosmos Confrontation as though it were a planeswalker. Damage dealt to it causes that many omen counters to be removed from it.
Illus. rishxxv
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2021-01-31 04:35:18 by dude1818

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On Surtland:

Fair, though you still should add the "is".

On Surtland:

The only cards that reference "active player" are a couple of cards from the 90s that force attacking, whereas "the player whose turn it is" shows up much more recently

On Manipulate the Omenpaths:

I keep forgetting that some people play with separate planar decks. I guess it makes sense to have a limit, esp since planeswalking also puts the old plane on bottom

On Surtland:

"The active player controls this ability" rather than "The player whose turn it controls Surtland"?

On Manipulate the Omenpaths:

Planar decks are pretty small. Is an ongoing phenomenon without an inherent way to disperse it too much?

On Immersturm (Not the Valla One):

See Manipulate the Omenpaths. Sadly the name Immersturm is taken

On Manipulate the Omenpaths:
On Istfell:

They're quite nice. :)

On Hundfell:

Aww, cute.

On Hundfell:
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