Core Essentials

Core Essentials by DrugsForRobots

38 cards in Multiverse

6 with no rarity, 13 commons, 8 uncommons,
9 rares, 2 mythics

15 white, 3 blue, 6 black, 8 red,
3 green, 2 multicolour, 1 artifact

35 comments total

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Creature – Human Soldier
{t}: Javelineers deals 1 damage to target attacking or blocking creature.
{2}: Javelineers gets vigilance until end of turn.
1 comment
2016-04-27 00:23:43 by KeresAcheron
Chroma – Exile target creature with power less than the number of white mana symbols in the mana costs of permanents you control.
1 comment
2016-04-27 00:23:17 by KeresAcheron
Creature – Aurochs
Whenever another creature you control attacks, Aurochs1 gets +1/+1.
1 comment
2016-04-27 00:22:21 by KeresAcheron
Creature – Insect
When Sparkbug enters the battlefield, add {r} to your mana pool.
last 2013-10-31 01:39:29 by UncleIstvan
Legendary Creature – Human
You may cast Soldier, Knight, Mercenary, Rebel, and/or Samurai cards from your library.
last 2013-10-25 16:41:22 by Vitenka

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On Javelineers:

Under NWO this would not be a common.

On Exile:

­Exile has already been used as the name of a card.

On Aurochs1:

Should be until end of turn.

On Sparkbug:

Yeah. Yeah I like this. Thumbs up for super simple common that can lead to some pipe-dream Limited scenarios.

On Sparkbug:

Nice. Given Burning-Tree Emissary I can definitely see this being printed before too long.

On High King:

Yeah, it'd be cleaner worded as explicitly allowing the search. Shiny shiny card though; scary powerful.

On High King:

What does that mean? Do they need to be revealed, by something like Oracle of Mul Daya? Can I do this while searching, Panglacial Wurm style? What if I don't know what cards are in my library (say, due to a Pyxis of Pandemonium)?

On Beasty:

Slightly more restrictive than {g/2}{g/2}{g/2}{g}{g}?

Also, yowsers, a 7/7 hexproof on turn 3 or 4? Somewhat bomby.

On Sleepy Gaint:

I'd like to point out that this is now considerably better than Stalking Stones, which still maintains a Gatherer rating of 3.456. I'm rather aware that the stones are still a land when they creaturize... but the versatility of this card is very, very strong compared to the Stones, which most control decks are perfectly happy to play.

On a side note, this ability really should be sorcery speed. Otherwise, when your opponent attacks, you can unform for 2, Dodge a Doom Blade for 2 more, reform for 2, block, then unform to prevent combat damage for 2 more. I'm pretty sure you didn't envision this card to house the ability "{2}{r}{r}: Target attacking creature becomes blocked."

On Sleepy Gaint:

Well, there's the whole "Is that a morph land or a morph creature" thing.

But they did double faced cards, so they have NO room to talk.

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