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Said on A Spark Awakens...

#1

I was thinking it would be a supplement to Astral Cornucopia. AC is definitely better but Pyramid is still quite good.

April 25, 2017 11:48 a.m.

Said on A Spark Awakens...

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What are your thoughts on Pyramid of the Pantheon? I ran it in a 3-color sealed deck and I rolled.

April 24, 2017 10:54 a.m.

I think they would not die until the end of their next turn.

April 13, 2017 2:35 p.m.

Now that Oketra has been revealed, I want to repost my speculation for what she does:

"I think I'm going to take a crack at what Oketra (the white god) is going to do. She's the god of solidarity and seems to be a mass token approach. I'm basing a lot of this on the Oketra-based cards we've seen so far and the format of the other 2 gods so far revealed.

Oketra the Valiant - 3W

Legendary Creature - God

Indestructible, Vigilance

Oketra the Valiant cannot attack or block unless you control 5 or more other creatures.

2W, exile a creature card from your graveyard: Put a 1/1 white warrior creature token with vigilance onto the battlefield.

5/6

First, the name: The other 2 gods are named Hazoret the Fervent (God of zeal) and Kefnet the Careful (God of knowledge), so though I'm not sure about the "Valiant" part, it seemed to make sense.

It's a god, obviously.

All the gods have indestructible and one ability that relates to their theme/color and a lot of the tokens in white in this set have vigilance. First strike seemed unlikely to me.

A lot of Oketra's cards Trial of Solidarity and In Oketra's Name deal with creatures en masse and the other gods have decently difficult requirements to reach so 5 creatures seemed appropriate.

For her mana ability, which both of the other gods have , and help fulfill the attack/block clause, making tokens seemed the obvious choice. Also, the embalm mechanic seems to be specifically for her group, so an improvised embalm made sense. Also, the 1/1 warrior with vigilance has appeared in other cards, like Cartouche of Solidarity.

As for the power and toughness, that was mostly just a random guess."

That was on April 5th. I was a bit off on the numbers and the double strike part, but hey, not far off. Also, one translation of the name is "true," which is kinda alright.

April 10, 2017 10:52 a.m.

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