Another possibility is more of a waste not style, where the different modes care about what's on the board.
Alternate formulations for Tarjuk's smoketelling, modal model for a spell that isn't choose one, but rather situational.
First up, this one cares about what phase of whose turn it is.
Finally put part 1 of How to Play a Planeswalker in D&D up on my blog. Part 2 is gonna need some work now that we're nerfing auras and equipment.
CW, Gross Bug
The random button on Scryfall gave me the most infamously "would googletranslating this even make a difference?" card in magic's history. I suppose this was inevitable:
Tucker needs to clean himself up and get his life together. He should really get his old job--working for the magician version of himself--back. Or just take a vacation? I hear Tacoma is nice.
And to the players--
Making meaningful contact with one of the cloudbound gods is another milestone, so it's time to gain a level!
Also, some changes. I literally can't throw a challenge at you that Tebasha can't steamroll. The multiple attacks are broken, it's too much of a multiplier on buffs. So I want to try this adjustment:
Auras and equipment on PCs just give +X to attack rolls and damage. Like D&D magic weapons.
Seth seemed deeply uncomfortable. But apparently his bragging about having many boyfriends had not been another of his lies.
The storm, and the god in it, had passed, leaving a windswept desert and green-tinged evening light.
What will our heroes learn from the captive Sheriff? What is Lotusseed plotting? And will the tiny replica they made be sufficient to embody a God?
Tune in next time to find out!
...can track other Planeswalkers that they've met from outside the planes? And hadn't they all met Tommy Lotusseed?
Determined to get some answers, they restrained Sheriff Grant. They went to ask Hurucair if he had a nearby smuggler's hideout where they could question him, only to find him shaking Seth by the shoulders, berating him for "putting himself in harms way! Again! Like an idiot!"
At which point the fight was basically over. Sheriff Grant was unconscious, his followers knocked out or fleeing. Tarjuk proved to be significantly more bloodthirsty than his companions. Will this cause a rift in the days to come? Probably not!
Concerned, Ariel wondered how Lotusseed--for surely that's who had been hiding in the shed--had found them.
But then it occurred to her: hadn't they all just learned that Planeswalkers...
Ariel was holding a Conclave Tribunal, but was short one land and had no creatures...
...so Venqwyn let herself be 'tapped' for the convoke cost, and the scorn of all life on Ravnica reached out to exile whatever was in the shed...
..only to be scattered and broken, as if misdirected down several dozen roads at once.
There was a momentary sensation of high summer, then it was gone, taking the scent of poppies with it.
Hurucair put his talents to good use: both Tebasha and Ariel tossed spare spells to him to augment his strength against the Sher-wolves, but then he went down with the same enchantment.
When brambles suddenly burst from the ground to strike Tebasha, Venqwyn thought quickly and traced the mana...
...to a tiny abandoned toolshed, barely in visible range.
As the battle was joined, however, they noticed the smell of poppies, instead of getting lost in the windstorm, was only increasing.
That this was a problem became clear when the Boa Venqwyn summoned suddenly fell asleep, with a token enchantment on it that read "enchanted creature doesn't untap during its controller's untap step."
I put Magic cards through Google Translate until the results are sufficiently funny. (Gay, he/him #LetAjaniHaveaBoyfriend)
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