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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Multiple Choice

Sorcery

If X is 1, scry 1 then draw a card.

If X is 2, you may choose a player. They return a creature they control to its owner's hand.

If X is 3, create a 4/4 blue and red Elemental creature token.

If X is 4 or more, do all of the above.

ClockworkSwordfish on Good Cards That You Just …

5 months ago

I have a real loathing for all the "kitchen sink" cards that have been cropping up more and more lately - the type that give you a ton of fiddly little incremental advantages. Strixhaven was especially bad for this. Things like Magma Opus, Culmination of Studies, Multiple Choice, Pestilent Cauldron  Flip, Scale the Heights... there's being versatile, then there's being overdesigned and obnoxious.

The same goes for creatures with a number of "might as well" abilities that are likely to never come up in actual gameplay. Questing Beast is perhaps the worst offender, but Moritte of the Frost, Vadrok, Apex of Thunder, Koma, Cosmos Serpent, Graveyard Trespasser  Flip, Orvar, the All-Form, any double-sided creature... these things aren't even fun to read.

Coward_Token on Mistakes Into Miracles: God-Eternal Kefnet

1 year ago

My bad, I think I saw Opt but then forgot about it again while writing the comment ._.

Do you have a special angle with Multiple Choice 's bouncing in mind or do you just want flexible jack-of-all-trades, master of none value?

awalloftext on Mistakes Into Miracles: God-Eternal Kefnet

1 year ago

Coward_Token - Opt is here! Best off-turn Kefnet trigger in the deck, haha - would never remove it.

Goal with Multiple Choice is to always hit mode 4 off Kefnet. Most likely play after that is just to cycle it with the first mode. Worst case scenario, hit it on mode 4 again.

Cavalier of Gales has absolutely overperformed - here's the thing about about this deck: Brainstorm and Dream Cache are super important for setting up loops, but even then are obviously great as single cast to get the right stuff on the top of your library - or even dig for Kefnet if he dies. Cavalier can do that too, but as a second Brainstorm effect, he can put Brainstorm or Dream Cache back on top of the library (if I tutored for them or drew them while Kefnet was offline), setting up a new loop. I'd call him a "pet" card for me for this deck.

You're probably right about Wasteland . I don't think I can squeeze in another colorless, so I'll probably swap it back at some point. Just testing out some new stuff for now!

I might swap Deliberate for Telling Time honestly. Telling is one of my favorite cheap blue spells but it also doesn't have as much synergy with Kefnet because it doesn't draw cards.

Coward_Token on Mistakes Into Miracles: God-Eternal Kefnet

1 year ago

I'm guessing the addition Multiple Choice over something simple like Opt or Deliberate is because it's less of a dead flip with Kefnet? Mode 2 & 3 just seem so underwhelming.

Has Cavalier of Gales overperformed in your experience? It seems kind of expensive for a non-Instant/Sorcery value card. I also feel like cutting Wasteland , your only land hate as far as I can tell, is risky. I'm guessing you got Hall of Oracles for commander damage support, so I'd suggesting undoing the Wasteland/Hall swap and instead cut the Cavalier in favor of Runechanter's Pike again

Resculpt is obviously a thing

Gidgetimer on How does "costs less" interact …

1 year ago

When casting a spell you declare a number for X. When it comes time to pay the costs of the spell you determine what you need to pay by taking the cost of the spell (with the declared value of X in the case of "X" spells) plus any additional costs, minus any cost reductions, and then any cost setting effects ( Trinisphere is the only one that I know of).

So for an X of 4 on Multiple Choice with only the stated effects it would be plus nothing minus for a mana payment due of .

legendofa on How does "costs less" interact …

1 year ago

Let's say I have Nightscape Familiar and Goblin Electromancer out. What's the minimum I need to pay for X to get all effects of Multiple Choice ?

Massacar on Top Cards From Strixhaven

1 year ago

Honestly, while this set doesn't feel as pushed powerwise as some previous sets, there's a lot of good utility/support cards.

Storm-Kiln Artist is going to be fun in a lot of Izzet type spell slinger decks.

Multiple Choice will probably go into some of my spell heavy decks.

To be honest, I generally like the set, but don't have a lot of specific favorites.

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