Toakoa by Fletch

285 cards in Multiverse

116 commons, 80 uncommons, 78 rares, 11 mythics

39 white, 39 blue, 39 black, 39 red,
39 green, 55 multicolour, 17 artifact, 18 land

153 comments total

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If there are two or more creature cards in your graveyard, put two +1/+1 counters on each creature you control.

Creatures you control get +1/+1 and have “{t}: This creature fights target creature” until end of turn.
last 2019-03-24 17:49:09 by Fletch
Creature – Human Cleric
Murk Witch enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it.

Remove a +1/+1 counter from a creature you control: Target land is a swamp until end of turn.
last 2019-03-02 18:34:21 by Fletch
Creature – Imp

When Pahoehoe Imp is put into your graveyard from anywhere, it deals 1 damage to target player.
Creature – Human Sailor Scout
Whenever Kia’atoa Voyager attacks, you may pay {1}{u}. If you do, target Scout can’t be blocked until end of turn.
Creature – Ashling Cleric
When Guiltless Kalehu enters the battlefield, you may exile target card in a graveyard. If you do, target creature gets +2/+2 until end of turn.

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On Ceremonial Contest:

G/W/B has a theme in the set built around reverence for their ancestors. Sort of puts the “Ceremonial” in “Ceremonial Contest”.

On Ceremonial Contest:

I like the flavor on the second part. Is the first part a set-up, like a funeral celebration check?

On Ley Stones of Toakoa:

That matters less than 1% of the time, and the amount of confusion caused when people keep getting to figure out where the moss counter comes from is definitely not worth it

On Ley Stones of Toakoa:

Yes to goes infinite, no to same as ETB tapped. The going infinite potential is intentional here. The moss counter actually prevents the Leystones from getting untapped and used right away.

On Ley Stones of Toakoa:

This just goes infinite with a mana rock anyway. The moss counter is just a confusing way of saying "ETBs tapped"

On Ley Stones of Toakoa:

The tapping is actually relevant, as effects that could tap it down before the moss counter comes off would be able to shut it down.

On Envigorating Wind:

I could modify it to non-creature artifacts to bring it back under the threshhold of your examples.

I thought the exact same thing about the “vigorousness” of the mode, but each of the other winds does some degree of destruction/denial, so it seemed like symmetry demanded one here. I’m open to suggestions.

On Envigorating Wind:

That last one by itself looks intense next to Creeping Corrosion and Shatterstorm. Maybe "Each opponent sacrifices an artifact."? Also the least "vigorous" mode.

On Teetering Moai:

Great flavor. Tastes delicious.

On No Trace of Hope:

You probably don't need the "if you aren't pious" clause in sanctify's reminder text. If you're already pious, becoming pious again doesn't change anything

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