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Dunno how broken this would be with all the other abilities (probably fairly broken), but you could also consider something like this: “If another creature you control would block an attacking creature, you may tap this card. If you do, before damage is calculated, increase the blocking creature’s power and toughness by this creature’s power and toughness respectively until the end of turn.”
This could reflect Rat being able to ambush those attacking her allies without the enemy seeing her until it’s too late, and could also reflect the white aspect of the card. It would probably balance out a bit actually, making the player choose whether they should be aggressive with her to trigger her combat ability or to hold off and use her defensively.
June 15, 2019 12:18 p.m.
The future of Ravnica is definitely something that’ll have some interest going forward. Maybe during Core 2020 it’ll address some of the loose ends on that. With Dovin out of the way, Isperia eliminated, and Azor indisposed, I think Lavinia could be an exceptional guildmaster for the Azorius. I would also guess with Domri gone, Borborygmos would re-assume his position of guildmaster of the Gruul. As for Orzhov, Izzet, and Golgari, given their leaders are on the hook to atone for their association with Bolas, I’m not entirely sure if Kaya, Ral, and Vraska are maintaining their positions at their respective guilds’ heads. It wasn’t explicitly stated iirc whether they were still acting as guildmasters or if they were suspended until they complete their respective assignments. Furthermore, I’m interested to see what exactly went down with Teysa to make her fall out of favor for the head of Orzhov after the assassination of the Ghost Council, and how Kaya actually got assigned as guildmaster instead. It seems like the supplemental stories are going to cover that, anyway.
It’ll certainly also be interesting how Ravnicans handle the discovery of Planeswalkers moving forward. When it comes down to it, Lavinia, Emmara, Aurelia, etc. will probably be advocates of their presence on Ravnica, pending certain stipulations to prevent future incursions and such. There will probably be opposition to them by certain guilds, no doubt. Niv’s word will probably be the final word, and who knows which way he’ll favor. I’m guessing this will be a plot point that steers the story away from Ravnica for a while to give focus to other planes for a time.
June 13, 2019 9:07 p.m.
In regards to Dovin's blindness, in addition to being resistant to Vraska's petrification abilities, his penchant for understanding weaknesses also allows him to understand how to acclimate and account for them too. He'll probably be able to to find a way to fight without sight, if necessary. More likely, he'll probably take precautions to ensure he doesn't get caught up in a direct confrontation altogether. Given his recent failure, he'll furthermore probably be even more cautious as well. Dovin is definitely going to be a challenge for Vraska to deal with, one way or another.
June 13, 2019 1:13 p.m.
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