Spellcharge [cost] (You may exile this from your hand spellcharging a creature you control any time you could cast a sorcery. Whenever the spellcharged creature deals combat damage to a player, you may cast this for its spellcharge cost.)
Quote from spacelionSpellcharge is poorly worded. You would only be able to cast it once and then the Spellcharge is done, it needs to copy it and then cast the copy.
Quote from oranges2 »This guy, would either eat up several turns worth of mana to get a slow permanent that relies on your already have some board presence (after wasting said mana), or dies without generating any advantage.
Quote from avataroflawfor merely 4 blue mana, you get a 3/4 with a broken ability. What the heck does "Return target spell you control to its owner’s hand if its converted mana cost is greater than or equal to the plotted card’s converted mana cost" even mean?!?!!? Are you countering your own spell or what? It's really odd. Also it allows you to plot 3 more times. It's too good, too confusing, and too cheap to cast.
Quote from Venser »They can't even comprehend nature. How could they improve it?
Quote from DamiensrealmNo, the card is pretty much busted. As long as you have an instant or flash card, basically everything turns into gas. Not to mention your original spell comes back to your hand. Crazy card advantage, it quickly becomes tutoring. It's the most rediculous form of cascade. It would be an auto-include in my edh deck and maybe even replace teferi as a general because of the CA it creates.
Quote from GigaGuessMeh. Mentally, I'm pretty sure I'm just blue in a parka most of the time.
Quote from Gerrard"s Momnice to see Ikeda get some recognition.
Quote from Jimmy GroovePlot is like imprint, but the plotted cards are hidden from everyone but you, and everything that plots shares a common pool.
Quote from chizarliciousKeywording plotting seems unnecessary in this case. Being able to mix and match what each card has plotted seems like a large increase in complexity for a small increase in power;
Quote from EbrethilWhat about traps? Cast archive trap for 0, return it for a plotted card with converted manacost 5 or less, plot three. You can keep doing that, cause you can still cast archive trap for 0 O.o (that IS sick, isn't it?)
Quote from KrajI think it has exactly the opposite effect. In a set where plotting is a strong mechanical theme, it's way easier to have one stack of exiled face-down cards that all plot-based cards can share than it is to keep track of which exiled cards are linked to with which permanents. It also saves a significant amount of space in the text box.
Lol... yeah casting Archive Trap for 0, returning it to your hand to cast a plotted Archive Trap for free, and then replaying the original for 0 is pretty sick. But a 2-card combo that makes milling a viable win condition is a-ok by me.