Paleolitheka

Paleolitheka by Camruth

70 cards in Multiverse

13 commons, 25 uncommons,
21 rares, 5 mythics, 6 tokens

2 token colourless, 4 token green, 4 white, 2 blue, 3 black, 6 red,
23 green, 10 multicolour, 2 hybrid, 1 artifact, 13 land

141 comments total

Prehistoric world used as a game preserve/safari grounds

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On Paleolitheka (reply):

On Primal
Some cards in this set have the new supertype of Primal - This means that they can only be cast using mana from Basic Lands. So no mana creatures, no mana artifacts, etc just Basic lands.
As a tradeoff, Primal cards are a little better than their regular counterparts as it is harder to get them out early.
For example, where a 4/4 Vanilla creature might cost 5 mana, a 4/4 Primal would cost 4 or even 3 mana (with a slight drawback) depending on its actual casting cost.

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Creature – Ooze Shapeshifter
Graft 1 (This creature enters the battlefield with 1 +1/+1 counters on it. Whenever another creature enters the battlefield, you may move a +1/+1 counter from this creature onto it.)
Whenever one or more +1/+1 counters are put on another creature, put a +1/+1 counter on Mindless Mimic.
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last 2013-06-06 13:40:16 by Camruth
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Colour indicator B Land Creature – Swamp Nymph
(Eleiod Marsh isn't a spell, it's affected by summoning sickness, and it has "{t}: Add {b} to your mana pool.")
"Beware you step, for that claimed by the marsh, stays in the marsh evermore."
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last 2017-10-22 11:24:48 by Camruth
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Colour indicator U Land Creature – Island Nymph
(Nereid Grotto isn't a spell, it's affected by summoning sickness, and it has "{t}: Add {u} to your mana pool.")
"Befoul not these waters, lest all waters be turned against you."
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last 2017-10-22 11:26:31 by Camruth
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Colour indicator R Land Creature – Mountain Nymph
(Oread Peak isn't a spell, it's affected by summoning sickness, and it has "{t}: Add {r} to your mana pool.")
"Disturb not the tranquility of this peak, lest this peak disturb you."
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2017-10-10 13:38:25 by dude1818
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Colour indicator G Land Creature – Forest Nymph Dryad
(Dryad Arbor isn't a spell, it's affected by summoning sickness, and it has "{t}: Add {g} to your mana pool.")
"Touch no tree, break no branch, and speak only the question you wish answered."
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On Nereid Grotto:

As I said in the comments on Eleiod Marsh, I used what was available at the time. Will be updating the cycle to Nymphs.

On Eleiod Marsh:

Except Lampads are Nymphs of the Underworld not of Swamps/Marshes. I had used the most appropriate creaqture types in use when these were designed several years ago. I have no Issue with making them all Nymphs. But at least in my sets Nymphs of the Swamp will remain Eleoids. Lampads can still exist in black as well just with a different flavour.

On Eleiod Marsh:

For what it’s worth, magic has chosen to use lampads to accompany Alseids, oreads, naiads, and dryads,and the associated creature type is nymph: http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Search/Default.aspx?sort=color+&action=advanced&output=spoiler&method=visual&subtype=%20%5B%22Nymph%22%5D

—CR

On Nereid Grotto:

So nereid are Faeries without flying?

On Eleiod Marsh:

You vary the creature types except for white and black?

On Oread Peak:

Doesn't need to say it's red if it's got the color dot

On Predatory Dominance:

updated to bring in line with current wizards wording ie: changed from printed power to base power.

On Primal Knowledge:

how about discarding Basic card too? in fact maybe tighter relationship between primal and basic on all primal cards.

On Rialla's Warder:

­Steward of Valeron has one ability from each of its colors that combine to make a very useful whole (though admittedly, vigilance is also green). Wasn't it part of a cycle?

On Rialla's Warder:

Hmmm, this is pretty darn nifty. A vigilant bear, or a mana elf.

It's good mana acceleration; but not so good for when you need fixing... cost two is mighty tempting though... I think you hit the sweet spot here; I'm not sure if it's "Must have!" or "meh!"

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