Domhan by rourke

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5 white, 2 blue, 1 black, 1 multicolour, 6 hybrid

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Target player Chants (That player taps any number of creatures they control that share a color. Put a +1/+1 counter on each of those creatures.).
Destroy target creature if it is tapped.
Some don't make it to the end.
last 2013-07-15 06:36:27 by Link
Devoted- As an additional cost to cast Learning to Learn, reveal any number of blue cards in your hand. Draw half that many cards, rounded up.
Draw a card.
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2013-07-14 18:35:04 by Circeus
Creature – Bird
As long as you control a Druid, Wizard, or Shaman, Owl Farmiliar gets +1/+1.
Creature – Bird
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2013-07-14 16:45:51 by rourke
Creature – Human Shaman
When Medicine Bard enters the battlefield, Chant (Tap any number of creatures you control that share a color. Put a +1/+1 counter on each of those creatures.).
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2013-07-14 16:35:37 by rourke

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On Executioner's Song:

Your opponent would just choose not to tap the creature you have targeted, and would instead tap all other creatures he or she controls that share a color.

On Domhan:

Good point. I'll change Chant accordingly. Executioner's Song (Poem? I forget.) will have to go, or maybe change, but that's just fine.

On Domhan:

The problem is that this causes mass-tapping to bleed in colors (black, green and red) that do not normally get it. Bleeding mass counter gibing as part of a set/block mechanic is one thing. Bleeding another mechanic as part of that gets to be a bit much.

On Domhan:

It was, and it does make some flavor sense (the Dagda using his harp to put the fomorians to sleep). I considered making it only work on your own creatures, but concluded that this version allows for more interesting choices. Now that I think about it though, this may be to powerful. The other option that I can think of is to have it target all creatures that share a given color, which could make it somewhat less powerful.

On Domhan:

I was wondering if the ability to quite often use Chant as a Sleep (minus the don't untap) was noticed?

On Learning to Learn:

This should be Draw a card, with devoted giving extra cards (That's how I did fertility cards in my set).

On Guard Swan:

Just re-flavoring Concordia Pegasus

On Medicine Bard:

A question; an ETB Chant creature would not be able to target itself, correct? If it could, then this should probably be 1/1.

On Courtesy's Geas:

IMO, it could be played in sealed, or maybe side-boarded in against a deck that is neither white nor blue. At that point, it basically makes the creature a defender with reach. Though point taken, moving it to W/B.

On Moonlace:

Ah. I was thinking that I might have made a terrible spelling error of put it as the wrong card type, something like that. :P

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