1/? White — Soaring Demeanor
2/? Blue — Aqueous Demeanor; Lost for Words
1/? Black — Foul Demeanor
2/? Red — Awed by the Impossible; Blazing Demeanor
3/? Green — Tenacious Demeanor; Tundra Bear; Tundra Bear
3/? Colorless — Thran Relic; Thran Relic; Zerapa Wastes
1/? White — Spinning Throne
6/? Multi — Academy Resister; Dakmor Resister; Evacuation Plans; Ghitu Resister; Krosan Resister; Mwene Resister
1/? White — Spurn the Truth
1/? Black — Eater of the Real
2/? Red — Conjure from Chaos; Lightning Maw
2/? Green — Jamuraan Defiance; Unbraid
1/? Colorless — Ego Forge
1/? Black — Grand Scheme
1/? Red — Asmoranomardicadaistinaculdacar
2/? Multi — Bolas, Raider of Empires; Mirage Rider
Quote from void_nothingIs it... not guaranteed to be a small set?
Quote from void_nothingIntuitively making NXS a large set seems to make sense if you're going where I think you're going.
Quote from Sliver LordI feel like I'm missing something here. Basic ties into snow because snow decks tend to play a lot of basic land, but I don't see the connection with multicolor. It seems opposed to multicolor at first glance.
Basic actually feels like a pretty brutal thing to design around, because it has literally no gameplay relevance in limited play.