Infinite Potential Well

Infinite Potential Well by dude1818

360 cards in Multiverse

10 with no rarity, 78 commons, 115 uncommons,
105 rares, 47 mythics, 4 basics, 1 token

3 colourless, 52 white, 37 blue, 31 black, 42 red, 46 green,
91 multicolour, 4 hybrid, 7 split, 23 artifact, 24 land

537 comments total

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

Infinite Potential Well: Cardlist | Visual spoiler | Export | Booster | Comments | Search | Recent activity
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.

Cardset comments (5) | Add a comment on this cardset

Recently active cards: (all recent activity)

Players can't cast spells without paying their mana costs.
1 comment
2016-01-23 20:12:24 by dude1818
When Oath of Ob Nixilis enters the battlefield, destroy target Planeswalker an opponent controls.
At the beginning of your upkeep, each opponent loses 1 life for each Planeswalker that player controls.
"I solemnly swear I am up to no good."
last 2016-01-11 20:44:55 by Link
Counter target spell unless its controller pays {x}, where X is its converted mana cost. At the beginning of your next precombat main phase, add X {r} to your mana pool.
last 2015-11-17 15:45:17 by dude1818
Legendary Artifact
When Spark of the Lich King enters the battlefield, search your hand, graveyard, and library for a card named Lich King and put it onto the battlefield. If you searched your library this way, shuffle it.
If Spark of the Lich King or a permanent you control named Lich King would leave the battlefield, instead exile all permanents you control named Spark of the Lich King or Lich King.
Locking away both his spark and his soul in vessels of purest darkness, the Lich King preserved his rule long after his death.
last 2015-11-16 09:57:48 by Alex
Planeswalker – Lich
+2: Exile the top two cards of each player's library. You get a 2/2 black Zombie creature token for each creature card exiled this way.
-1: Each player sacrifices a nonland permanent, then exiles a number of cards from the top of their library equal to that permanent's converted mana cost.
-10: Exile all permanents. You get an emblem with "At the beginning of your upkeep, you may play a card from exile without paying its mana cost."
1 comment
2015-08-29 05:31:42 by dude1818

Recent comments: (all recent activity)
On Rule of Nature:

Based on a RoboRosewater card. I could totally see playing this effect in the right meta.

On Oath of Ob Nixilis:

Still niche, but in a way that would make it viable in sideboards.

On Oath of Ob Nixilis:

Shit, I forgot I changed it to destroy an enchantment. Even before I saw MaRo's ask, I was thinking of an actually black oath that on ETB destroyed a Planeswalker and also had this second ability. Not sure what misfired in my head when I decided that destroying the oath was mechanically equivalent. You're right this is super niche, so I guess I'll change it back.

On Oath of Ob Nixilis:

I feel like there would need to be higher density of Oaths for them to warrant cards that interacted with them specifically. Also, why the color pie break? Just because there's no black Oath?

On Oath of Ob Nixilis:

Based on a question to MaRo about why the oath cycle doesn't have subtypes. (Yeah, this name sounds more like a creature, but whatever.)

On Fiery Denial:

And there are some Planar Chaos (but not color-shifted) cards that counter things that target you or your stuff, and some old cards that counter white's enemies and things it can destroy. White's really quarternary in counters. I could make this an enchantment that sacs.

On Fiery Denial:

Although it seems like most of the white examples are focussed on making spells more expensive, rather than countering them by surprise. Maybe there's an on-board version of this?

On Fiery Denial:

Planar Chaos is certainly not sensible precedent. But there's also Lapse of Certainty, Chancellor of the Annex, Frontline Medic, ... hmm, I thought there were a couple of others. But it is an area white dabbles in from time to time.

On Fiery Denial:

Mana Tithe argues for white Force Spikes in the same way that Healing Leaves argues for green damage prevention. I'm not saying I wouldn't be cool with it. Just that it's a tentative shelf to build things on.

On Fiery Denial:

A more realistic Remand in white would probably be putting the spell on top of its controller's library and giving them the mana back.

(All recent activity)
See other cardsets