Al-Weh'jed

Al-Weh'jed by 10vernothin

256 cards in Multiverse

101 commons, 61 uncommons,
53 rares, 15 mythics, 20 basics, 6 tokens

1 token hybrid blackgreen, 2 token white, 1 token black, 2 token artifact, 35 white, 35 blue,
35 black, 35 red, 35 green, 27 multicolour, 12 artifact, 36 land

255 comments total

A top-down set with influence from Classical and Mythical Egypt and the Islamic World

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Mechanics | Skeleton | New Creature Types | The Five Forces of Weljed | Deck Archetypes: Aggro | Deck Archetypes: Control

Delve into the plane of Weljed, a world so entrenched in magic that they've been studying its nature and mastering its power for millenia. Discover how the five colors of magic manifest as primal Forces in Weljed, how the Weljedians uses their power to manipulate the plane and uphold the cycle of Ma'at, a Cosmic Order that must never be broken lest not just Weljed, but whole of Du'at fall into chaos...

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Land – Island Plains
({t}: add {w} or {u} to your mana pool)
Coastline Bazaar enters the battlefield tapped.
Cycling {1}{w}{u}
When you cycle Coastline Bazaar, choose one: return a creature you control to its owner's hand to draw a card; or discard a card to put two 2/2 white Human creature tokens onto the battlefield.
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last 2016-02-19 06:18:46 by 10vernothin
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Enchantment
Whenever an opponent casts a spell from exile, Color Unimpressed deals 2 damage to its controller.
Whenever a creature an opponent controls enter the battlefield from exile, Color Unimpressed deals 2 damage to its controller.

"It's futile, priest! We fear your tricks no more."
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2015-01-15 22:43:42 by dude1818
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Legendary Creature – Avatar
Syah, Force of Preservation can't be blocked.
When Syah enters the battlefield, put a +1/+1 counters on it for each time a creature named Syah entered the battlefield this game.
{3}{u}: Exile Syah. Return it onto the battlefield under its owner's control at the beginning of the next endstep.
Put a -1/-1 counter on Syah: Draw a card.
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Planeswalker – Tah'wir
+1 At the beginning of your next upkeep, you may choose a creature that dealt damage to you or a planeswalker you control since your last turn, then exile that creature.
-2 You may return a card exiled by Tah'wir, Prince of Weh'jed onto the battlefield under your control.
-8 Exile all permanents. Then return all permanent cards from exile to the battlefield under your control.
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last 2015-01-09 20:19:46 by Link
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Legendary Creature – Human Cleric
Vigilance
At the beginning of each upkeep, you may put a +1/+1 counter on target creature.
{1}{w}, {t}: Each creature with +1/+1 counters you control gains protection from a color of your choice until the end of turn.

"Divine Ankhep; Esteemed Head Priest of Al-Wehjed; upholder of Ma'at."
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last 2015-01-09 20:35:14 by Link

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On Coastline Bazaar:

yup, my new iteration only has cycling {2}. I mean, flavorfully maybe it loses out but... eh.

On Coastline Bazaar:

Yeah, that's a very pushed dual land.

On Coastline Bazaar:

Looking back at this, I definitely agree you were correct to make this rare. The basic land types make a huge difference, and this being able to work as a bigger Raise the Alarm as well pushes its power level even higher.

On Color Unimpressed:

I was expecting something that cared about color.

On Ankhep of the Divine:

I like this now, though I would be compelled to only allow the +1/+1 counters to go on creatures, and I would also have the protection apply only to creatures. Such an easily repeatable fog on a body that can also be attacking would be very, very annoying.

On Tah'wir, Prince of Weh'jed:

I'm with Sorrow. That second ability is a definite faux pas. Also, the ultimate is very, very blue.

On Tah'wir, Prince of Weh'jed:

Returning any creature from exile is supposed to be no-no territory. I would suggest for the second ability a clause about it being a creature exiled by Tah'wir.

On Serpent Chimera:

fair enough

On Serpent Chimera:

Yikes. I don't think this should have flying. It's extremely easy for it to attack, which is okay on expensive common blue Serpent-alikes, but they never have flying.

On Tah'wir, Prince of Weh'jed:

Suggested wording:

"At the beginning of your next upkeep, you may choose a creature that dealt damage to you or a planeswalker you control since your last turn, then exile that creature."

"Return target creature card from exile to the battlefield under your control."

"Exile all permanents. Then return all permanent cards from exile to the battlefield under your control."

Also, wow, um, that ultimate is absolutely insane. More game-winning than most planeswalker ultimates. Admittedly you need to tick up 5 turns to get there... but the +1 is a very effective defence, much more so than Jace, Architect of Thought's defensive +1. I fear this planeswalker as he currently is would need to cost at least 5 mana, perhaps 6.

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