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Dark Omens

Dark Omens by Camruth

155 cards in Multiverse

63 commons, 38 uncommons,
43 rares, 5 mythics, 6 tokens

21 white, 21 blue, 21 black, 21 red, 21 green,
34 multicolour, 1 hybrid, 9 artifact, 6 land

275 comments total

Mana is growing stronger again, waking things best left to their slumber.

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Mechanics | The Pridelands | The Lushwood | Stonefast Mountains | The Valurian Empire | Skeleton

On to the Green Rares for this set.

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Creature – Insect
Flash
You may cast Insect creature cards as if they had Flash.
The Intaki have a habit of suddenly appearing in the most unexpected of places.
3/3
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Creature – Elemental Spirit
Trample
When Aspect of Gaea dies, you may exile it. If you do, return any number of target Land cards from your graveyard to your hand.
6/6
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Enchantment
Creatures you control get +1/+1.
"To those who can hear it, Gaea's battle song brings power as swift as sunlight and as enduring as the deep roots of the forest."
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Instant
Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn. If {u} was spent to cast Incapacitating Fog, tap all attacking creatures and they don't untap during their controller's next untap phase.
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Legendary Creature – Elf Insect
Other Elves you control get +1/+1.
Other Insects you control get +1/+1.
Revered or Reviled ? Only time will tell.
0/1

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Instant
Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn. If {u} was spent to cast Incapacitating Fog, tap all attacking creatures and they don't untap during their controller's next untap phase.
2 comments
last 2012-08-09 02:01:24 by Camruth
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Creature – Shark
Shark Companion cannot attack unless defending player controls an Island.
Many Selachi share a primal link with the sharks of Aerikal.
3/3
5 comments
last 2012-08-01 11:32:25 by Alex
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Creature – Illusion
Shrivel (Damage is dealt to this creature in the form of -1/-1 counters.)
"The Illusion itself is quite realistic, but it's matrix is delicate and highly susceptible to disruption." Jaer Dragali, Æther Sculptor.
5/5
1 comment
2012-07-04 16:20:17 by dude1818
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Creature – Beast
Trample
At the start of each upkeep put a 3/3 green beast creature token onto the battlefield.
If Magnoloth would go to the graveyard from anywhere, reveal Magnoloth and put it on the bottom of its owner's library instead.
6/6
8 comments
last 2012-06-17 23:45:35 by jmgariepy
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Colour indicator G Creature – Beast
3/3
0 comments

Recent comments: (all recent activity)
On Incapacitating Fog:

Original version was pretty much Tangle but with the bit about tapping attackers to deal with Vigilance. It WAS too good so I made the change to Fog-becomes-Tangle if {u} paid. Great in the right decks but not so splashable.

On Incapacitating Fog:

Mmm, nice. Tangle is a bit too good these days, but this is a Fog that sometimes acts as a Tangle/Sleep in a green-blue deck.

On Shark Companion:

Fair enough. Those are actually good points (even though some players don't think they are).

On Shark Companion:

Yes Alex it is worse (though I bumped it to 3/3), but Snapping Drake wasn't right for the set and you need to design less good (great English there I know) cards, say to go in hypothetical pre-constructed decks so new players have options as they learn about what to keep/remove

On Shark Companion:

Blue still doesn't get 3/3s for 4 at common or uncommon. It's very rare for blue to get a Phantom Monster. But it does occasionally get a 4/3 OR 4/4 flyer for 4 like Conundrum Sphinx. Thanks, rarity. :/

On Shark Companion:

Did you know that the developers considered Giant Octopus in 9th edition to be a mistake because it was too good? Crazy, huh? It's been a number of years since, Hill Giant is no longer a strong draft pick and I'm pretty sure Giant Octopus is par for the course nowadays. I just find it funny that a 3/3 for 3U was too efficient a ground pounder in 2005.

On Shark Companion:

Seems pretty bad compared with, say, Snapping Drake. Or Giant Octopus.

On Kelp Strangler:

"Protection from tapped creatures"? Nice! Also makes this a perfect blocker, even without the other abilities.

On Unstable Illusion:

I really don't see why this needs to cost quad-{u}. Interesting drawback mechanic, however.

On Magnoloth:

You could make all the tokens during your upkeep. "put a number of 3/3 green elemental creature tokens into play equal to the number of players." The end result would be the same if someone wasn't able to answer it, but it would give people time to come up with a proper answer.

Personally, though, I think 9cc card should be crazier, though, not reserved. I mention it as an option, not as my preference.

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