Drazellan, An Enchantment set

Drazellan, An Enchantment set by Mr. Man

9 cards in Multiverse

4 commons, 3 uncommons, 1 rare, 1 mythic

3 white, 2 blue, 1 black,
1 red, 1 green, 1 multicolour

15 comments total

A planeswalker Who Despises enchantments comes to the world of Drazellan

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Mechanics | Skeleton | The Kithkin of Feremar Fields

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Creature – Human Cleric
When Vokian Cleanser enters the battlefield, each opponent sacrifices an enchantment for each plains you control.
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2015-12-09 12:57:23 by joekinguyr
Creature – Kithkin
As long as you have 30 or more life, Ascending Kithkin gets +2/+2, has flying and vigilance and is an enchantment Avatar in addition to its other types and supertypes.
Enchantment Creature – Illusion
Ethereal (This creature can't be blocked except by enchantment creatures or by enchanted creatures.)
Whenever Phantasmal Infiltrator deals combat damage to a player, draw a card.
last 2012-06-08 00:03:55 by Mr. Man
Enchantment Creature – Spider
Reach, vigilance
Ethereal (This creature can't be blocked except by enchantment creatures or by enchanted creatures.)
last 2012-06-07 10:15:21 by Alex
Enchantment – Aura
Enchant creature
When Rat Umbra enters the battlefield, target player discards a card.
Enchanted creature gets +1/+1.
Totem armor (If enchanted creature would die, you may destroy this aura instead.)

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On Vokian Cleanser:

Since most of the creatures in this set are enchantments, one could argue that this too good.

On Phantasmal Infiltrator:
On Phantasmal Infiltrator:

It is at least vulnerable to disenchant too. But yeah, that's a pretty mighty ability.

On Phantasmal Infiltrator:

"May draw a card"? Are you sure you don't mean "may draw a card then discard a card"? That's what Looter il-Kor does. Getting a full Thieving Magpie trigger off a 1/2 evasion for 2 mana at common is, um, somewhat excessive.

On Ghostly Arachnid:

I dunno, many casual players love their Auras. More casual decks have Auras than shadow creatures.

On Zekrit Spellsnatchers:

That's reasonable. I like it.

On Ghostly Arachnid:

That keyword, while lovely in set, is going to haunt casual players even worse than shadow does.

On Zekrit Spellsnatchers:

Yes, but I think it should only be a small aura so it's like it's pickpocketing someone.

On Hellkite Umbra:

You know what looks like an umbra but isn't? Wurmweaver Coil.

This card reminded me of that.

On Zekrit Spellsnatchers:

I think what jmg meant (and what I agreed with) was having a variable smuggle number. Something small like this can have smuggle 2, but a big Aura-themed legend could get away with smuggle 8 (it can steal an Eldrazi!)

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