Infinite Potential Well

Infinite Potential Well by dude1818

357 cards in Multiverse

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

3 colourless, 52 white, 37 blue, 30 black, 42 red, 45 green,
90 multicolour, 4 hybrid, 7 split, 23 artifact, 24 land

523 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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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.
1 comment
2015-08-29 05:32:19 by dude1818
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
Creature – Wizard
Echo costs you pay cost {1} less.
Whenever you pay an echo cost of a permanent, you may put a copy of that permanent onto the battlefield.
last 2015-02-11 21:24:17 by Link
Manifest Fake Bear.
last 2015-02-10 07:41:03 by Alex
Manifest all other spells under their owners' control.
last 2015-02-10 07:38:26 by dude1818

Recent comments: (all recent activity)
On Spark of the Lich King:
On Echo Lord:

I really like this card.

On Fake Bear:

Hmm. Sultai decks like Write into Being and friends because it puts a card in the 'yard (the sorcery) as well as making the creature. This doesn't do that. Nor is there any chance of turning it face up. However, it avoids the big drawback of token-making spells over creatures, which is bounce. This getting bounced works more like Runeclaw Bear.

It's probably slightly worse, because Zombify and Turn to Mist work better on the Runeclaw Bear than on this.

On Have Some Bears:

I forgot about Solidify. Curious why this needs to be more expensive if the other is better.

On Have Some Bears:

Heh. Either this or Solidify is fair. I suspect Solidify is better, and this might need an extra mana.

On Have Some Bears:

What do you know, someone else wondered too. Answer.

On Even More Panic:

Panic and distress! The Boggart Forager's are coming!

On Morph Kill:

@jmg: That's what it says. I used a denser sentence structure but it's grammatically the same.

Interesting to note that this doesn't kill manifested creature cards.

On Morph Kill:

Could, in theory, include the words "or if it has morph". It would be one of the few spells that morph creatures couldn't properly respond to... and give it some relevance compared to Doom Blade (Not much. But you get the point.)

On Morph Kill:

I feel like it's narrow enough to cost {1} less.

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