Cards With No Home

Cards With No Home by Alex

934 cards in Multiverse

136 with no rarity, 112 commons, 255 uncommons,
332 rares, 96 mythics, 2 basics, 1 token

11 colourless, 98 white, 134 blue, 106 black, 94 red, 83 green,
204 multicolour, 31 hybrid, 8 split, 71 artifact, 93 land, 1 plane

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Cards that don't fit into our actual themed sets. Open to all: throw your random ideas in here, or come along for some random ideas for your set.

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Legendary Creature – Human Cleric
Ancestry (As this ETBs, you may exile a creature card from your graveyard. If you do, this gets +1/+1.)
Vigilance, deathtouch
Whenever Tan-Orh, Who Walks With Ancients attacks, put a token o that's a copy of Tan-Orh's ancestor onto the battlefield tapped and attacking. Sacrifice that token at end of combat.
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2015-11-26 04:44:14 by Link
Creature – Elemental
Omen, omen, omen (As this enters the battlefield, you may exile up to three cards from your hand until this leaves the battlefield. If you do, this enters the battlefield with that many +1/+1 counters.)
Wherever Vision of the Future attacks, you may cast one of its nonland omens without paying its mana cost.
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2015-11-25 13:32:54 by Link
Creature – Elf Druid
Omen (As this enters the battlefield, you may exile a card from your hand until this leaves the battlefield. If you do, this enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it.)
If Bloom-Step Druid's omen is a land card, you may put it onto the battlefield instead of returning it to your hand as Bloom-Step Druid leaves the battlefield.
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2015-11-25 13:27:19 by Link
Creature – Human Knight
Omen (As this enters the battlefield, you may exile a card from your hand until this leaves the battlefield. If you do, this enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it.)
As long as Knight of the Forward Path's omen is legendary, Knight of the Forward Path has flying, first strike, and vigilance.
last 2015-11-25 13:18:50 by Link
Creature – Human Wizard
Omen (As this enters the battlefield, you may exile a card from your hand until this leaves the battlefield. If you do, this enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it.)
{1}{u}, {t}: If Smiling Predictor's omen is an instant or sorcery card, you may cast that card without paying its mana cost.
last 2015-11-25 11:29:37 by Alex

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On Knight of the Forward Path:

I had this moment when I made this where I couldn't think of another white keyword even though I knew there was one. I think lifelink would be too much, though.

On Knight of the Forward Path:

Niice. I'd play that in my Sisay deck, as one of very few nonlegendary creatures (the others being Konda's Hatamoto, Kitsune Healer, and Kashi-Tribe Elite).

On Smiling Predictor:

Yikes. Hmm. 3-then-2 mana for any instant or sorcery you like, but with a one-turn window of vulnerability. Vaguely similar to Jhoira of the Ghitu, I guess. Or things like Living Lore or Spellbinder or Galvanoth, which could cast any instant/sorcery but only if you jump through a hoop. Yeah, probably okay.

On Rampart Breaker:

Fair enough then. Changed.

On Totemic Warrior:

I thought this mechanic seemed familiar, and indeed, it's rather similar to Ancestry, as seen on Respectful Descendant.

On Rampart Breaker:

3-power double strikers are always rare, though. And generally 5 mana unless you're talking about a gold mythic (Kalemne, Disciple of Iroas, Rafiq of the Many). 2-power double strikers are rare if they have a chance of sharing their double strike with other creatures or of getting bigger, but uncommon if not.

You can get 3 power of double strike at uncommon, but only if the double strike is conditional or unreliable in some way (Ordruun Veteran, Spiraling Duelist).

On Aether Fragment:

Adak: I wouldn't be so sure about that :) This cardset is open to all, and anyone can see the recent activity here; and although I'm busy and tired, I do still take an interest in what happens on the site :)

You're right, though. Looking back at this, this is scary. I don't think anything below rare would get "{3}: Put a +1/+1 counter on this". Even in green it'd need to be 4 mana if we're not talking rares.

(If we are talking rares, of course, there's things like Jenara, Asura of War who blow this way out of the water. But this was intended to be a parallel to Aether Figment, not some scary mythic.)

...Yep, doing the search, uncommon creatures only get to add +1/+1s to themselves either by tapping (Clockwork Hydra, Chronomaton) or by sacrificing other resources (Gobbling Host, Mire Shade, Souldrinker). Common can do it for pure mana, but lots and lots of it (Carnivorous Moss-Beast). Rares, though, get this ability (Feral Hydra as mentioned; also Clockwork Dragon, Molten Hydra) or better (Ashling the Pilgrim, Jenara, Asura of War).

Yep, agreed, this needs tonight down or raring up.

On Spell Ignition:

If you're playing no non-basic lands (an easy feat for mono-red) this counters an opponents spell and potentially destroys that players own non-basic land (since his or her lands are the only targets, and they must target.) Since the restriction of not playing any non-basics is easy to commit to, that's a counter+ in my book.

To put it another way, if I was playing 85% of the decks in the current environment, I would prefer this spell both countered my instant or sorcery and deal four damage to me. The loss of a non-basic land on round 2 is devastating for a control opponent trying to fight back against a relentless red deck.

On Spell Ignition:

Well it only hits instants and sorceries, and lets them blow up one of your lands, so I wouldn't call it "Counterspell +" by any means.

I'll admit though that it was part of an experiment on my part to make Blue-less counterspells that felt in-color. This was the only one I made that didn't feel like it needed to have blue in its cost, though.

On Spell Ignition:

Huh. Wouldn't this just be a counterspell+ assuming you were mono-red? It wouldn't be as good as either Dispel or Envelop, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a blue common in the next set read "Counter target instant or sorcery" for {u}{u}.

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