Viruna, War of Eras

Viruna, War of Eras by MOON-E

102 cards in Multiverse

101 commons, 1 uncommon

18 white, 19 blue, 18 black, 18 red,
18 green, 10 artifact, 1 land

90 comments total

A plane at war with itself. Based on an idea by Socrates from MTGS.

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Enchantment Creature – Horror
Bestow {4}{b} (If you cast this card for its bestow cost, it's an Aura spell with enchant creature. It becomes a creature again if it's not attached to a creature.)
Stalking Shadow can't block
Enchanted creature gets +3/+1 and can't block.
last 2013-10-23 11:17:10 by MOON-E
Creature – Spider
last 2013-10-23 10:23:34 by MOON-E
Until end of turn, target creature gains "{t}: This creature deals 2 damage to target creature or player."
last 2013-10-23 11:08:14 by Alex
Creature – Human Shaman
When Curse Stitcher dies, you may return an aura card from your graveyard to the battlefield attached to a creature you don't control.
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2013-10-23 09:41:09 by Alex
Until end of turn, target creature gains "{t}: Target creature gets -2/-2 until end of turn."
last 2013-10-16 08:37:43 by Alex

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On Unleashed Fury:

Maybe only one, but I'd draft it too. It works with a very specific deck full of wall and evaders, and maybe a little emergency bounce (It's kind of funny with Hoodwink as well,) but a questionable choice in a lot of other decks.

There's nothing wrong with that. If this was Wizards, though, and I was helping to develop this set, I'd look to see if that deck existed... and if it didn't, I'd tell design to hold this card for a set where it would be great.

On Unleashed Fury:

Heck, with first strike, or creatures that are going to be attacking anyway (or, as I like to call them, red creatures) it's just a plain bigass power boost. And using it to Siren's Call an opponents utility creature (or just fat blocker if you're going pure aggro) is just lubbly.

It's a fine card. It's not a power-nine-rare; but I'd be perfectly happy to draft five of this.

On Unleashed Fury:

Well, I wouldn't go that far. It plays into the same kind of play as Riot Piker (and in fact would be great on Riot Piker). In-set, even if the opponent has a big first-strike blocker this card will grant dominance for one turn's second main phase and the next turn's first main phase, which may be enough on its own. And once in a blue moon it'll be usable to take out an opposing creature, so no, I think it's fine.

On Unleashed Fury:

Not exactly a bad combo with Chains of Fire

It's entirely possible this card is straight up horrible.

On Stalking Shadow:

True, though this card's downside isn't entirely irrelevant.

Probably something that needs to be tested.

On Claim Territory:

Yeah, I agree. Maybe the Info page ought to explicitly mention that you get dominance benefits if you're tied, but not if nobody has any creatures at all.

On Unleashed Fury:

Heh, OK, I guess it can be used to take out an opposing creature if you've got enough first strike or just willing to 1-for-2 yourself.

On Shock Pulse:

That's fair. I remember Banishing Knack turned out to be pretty hard to get much value out of. I agree you want some strong pulls towards an emulate deck.

On Stalking Shadow:

Well, I just note that all of Theros's bestow cards which have/grant +3 power have bestow costs of 6 or higher (except for the rare Boon Satyr).

On Armorskin Ox:

As per discussion on Minute Man, this is confusing having the past-faction watermark but liking equipment. I agree it's nice for there to be cards which support both factions in different ways, and equipment are great at doing that subtly, but calling it out blatantly like this (especially on a common) is somewhat muddying the message.

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