Liberia by Shiny_Umbreon

230 cards in Multiverse

101 commons, 60 uncommons,
53 rares, 15 mythics, 1 token

25 white, 25 blue, 26 black, 25 red, 25 green,
5 multicolour, 70 hybrid, 17 artifact, 12 land

172 comments total

A world built with conflicts

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On Liberia (reply):

This was done about a year ago. It is a 249 card set that is to be followed by the 145 card set Harmony, finished about half a year ago.

This set has a lot of flaws, but I've learned thanks to it. In general, it was made for Constructed, mostly, and the power level is too high. The former makes some themes playable when choosing your 60 cards, but completely irrelevant if opening boosters. The latter also hurts Limited. But it's also very powerful for Constructed. I was in a time where I thought even common cards should be good enough. And while it's true, I think I pushed everything too far, trying to make all cards playable (impossible because even among only good cards there are best ones). If you open a booster, you'll see almost everything is very playable, yet some good cards are overshadowed by downright broken cards from this same set. This is because the set had little development. I made the cards, made sure they made sense, but avoided playtesting (and Limited).

I consider it finished, so I won't be correcting things. I even sometimes wonder if the themes were actually enjoyable, but I'll leave it. It'll remain as a good lesson only.

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Target player discards two cards. For each Plains or white card discarded this way, that player loses 1 life and you gain 1 life.
“Cecilia often forgets that priorizing the group often just means becoming more vulnerable.”
—Florencia, dark Moonknight
Creature – Human Cleric Assassin
As Ladyhealer Persecutor enters the battlefield, name a card.
At the beginning of each player’s draw step, that player reveals his or her hand and discards all nonland cards with the chosen name.
“I know women are not allowed to use weapons, but I’m asking permission for one. With this blade, Florencia, I’ll save more lives than as a ladyhealer.”
Shuffle up to three target creature cards from your graveyard into your library. Then dig 3 for a creature. (Look at the top three cards of your library. You may reveal a creature card from among them and put it into your hand. Put the rest on the bottom in any order.)
Forteplaza’s soldiers never finish their duty.
Name a nonland card, then dig 7 for the named card. (Look at the top seven cards of your library. You may reveal a card with that name from among them and put it into your hand. Put the rest on the bottom in any order.)
“One linear path is merely an opportunity for our brain to make it a wide-open space.”
—Brazeira, Queen of Sirens
Creature – Faerie Wizard
Whenever one or more green creatures attack you, untap Midnight Lune and it gets +1/+2 until end of turn.
At night, Soleils rest and Lunes wake up. Their improved night vision allows them to catch prey with ease during this time.

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On Giant Warthog:

Fixed. Weird, it says "elephant" in my original file. I probably thought it would be an elephant before I realized I was reprinting an existing card.

On Giant Warthog:

Okay, not sure how that happened. xD

On Brazeira, Queen of Sirens:

With that in mind, it should probably have said "At the beginning of YOUR end step,". Thanks for pointing it out.

On Giant Warthog:

Bwahahaha :)

On Giant Warthog:

You know, I always thought it was weird making all the boars become beasts in their creature line. This creature does a fair job of circumnavigating the problem by turning the warthog into an elephant.

On Brazeira, Queen of Sirens:

Was sure I'd commented on this somewhere - but this is a really really sneaky way to hose a red opponent. Play this, end turn - oops, all your creatures died.

On Brazeira, Queen of Sirens:

I definitely didn't have "brassiere" in mind. xD From what people have told me, it sounds rather Portuguese.

On Brazeira, Queen of Sirens:

Perhaps it's no big deal, but her name sounds rather like "brassiere."

On Veteran of Forteplaza:

Yeah, that's a different card :P

On Veteran of Forteplaza:

Heh. It's a black-and-white knight. Must resist the urge to suggest adding "~ is red (all over)."

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