Phedarax by darkocean95

66 cards in Multiverse

20 commons, 27 uncommons, 14 rares, 5 mythics

9 white, 7 blue, 9 black, 3 red,
9 green, 15 multicolour, 13 artifact, 1 land

21 comments total

An abandonned plane that contains the greatest amount of knowledge about the Multiverse. It's the plane of origin of Ashiok.

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2020-11-17 18:38:03 by Jack V

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On Vampire Portal:

Nice flavour!

On Creeping Oblivion:

That's quite a big assumption though. I have a deck that does usually get all 4 Kindles out, but only because it contains loads of Teferi's Puzzle Box and Mindmoil. Typically the Strength Burst-type cards you can only count on getting 1 or 2 of them.

On Creeping Oblivion:

Hmm; maybe? It's a small bump, but assuming you do get all four uses of this, it's 6 cards - which is both pleasing symmetry and 10% of a deck. I agree it's not huge, but it's not chump change either.

On Creeping Oblivion:

Yeah. Might be worth being "X is 6 plus twice the number of", although that also breaks the cycle

Also, mill is a keyword now

On Creeping Oblivion:

This is far less interesting than other "plus the number of cards named ~ in all graveyards" cards, because the jump from 6 to 7 is so minuscule.

On Nocturne:

Umm, flavor can be twisted to match wide array of effects in any color so it's not a particularly good justification when it comes to the color pie. In terms of like "pie expansion", I suppose sorcery speed shroud/hexproof in black could be a thing.

On Nocturne:

Yes, I think it's better as a Sorcery.

Shroud in black, the idea was "the darkness that makes you invisible."

like invisible stalker

On Nocturne:

You might already know this, but intimidate is deprecated - I don't see much of a reason to bring it back.

Shroud in black is rather weird. With Flash in it already, seems like black is becoming quite simic in terms of access to keywords.

On Mind Destruction:

Yeah, basing discard on Hymn to Tourach is like basing card draw on Ancestral Recall. Obviously, it's not that extreme... but I wouldn't base the power level of my discard on the best discard spell of all time, which was printed in 1994.

To be honest, I saw Mind Destruction where it was right now and thought "Huh. That's good and fair. I'd like to play with that." But I will admit, it's not a power uncommon. Looking at Gatherer, I'm kind of surprised that Mind Burst picked up 3.370 stars. I would have presumed it was under the 3 star threshold.

You know, my first thought was that Mind Burst wasn't good enough. But maybe it just wasn't as good as Cabal Therapy. Any discard card would come up short when compared to that card.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that if you want this card to be stronger, I would suggest something very minor to push it forward, because I already consider it playable. Gain X life doesn't seem appropriate. How about exiling the cards instead? If you instead want splashy, then maybe a rider to the effect of "If X is equal to four, then..."

On Mind Destruction:

Consider if you draw multiples of this in your opening hand, and how many cards opponents would discard if you cast all of them in the first few turns.

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