Equipped creature gets + 2 / + 2 and has protection from green and from white.
Whenever equipped creature deals combat damage to a player, exile up to one target creature you own, then search your library for a basic land card. Put both cards on the battlefield under your control and then shuffle.
YES MORE SWORDS!
next up Selesyna you get to Flicker one of you creature and rampant growth for its damage effect
I guess the drawback, for me, is my creature will have had to do combat damage, and because I'm running Shocklands and Fetchlands, I have no basic land target in the deck, so I guess I'll stick to Conjurer's Closet.
I kinda wish they wouldn't use mythic slots in Modern Horizon sets on Swords. The problem is unless they are pushed through the roof, Swords just aren't going to be Modern playable anymore, the last two haven't showed up anywhere, and this won't either, and I think this is probably quite powerful, especially in EDH, but this Sword would have had to have been pushed through the roof to be Modern playable given protection from green and white is some of the weakest protection you could have in Modern.
The other thing is at what point in time did WOTC decide Swords are too powerful for Standard. As I fail to see how a card like this is too good for Standard, equipment is generally really risky, there's no Stoneforge to search them out, like paying 5 to play and equip this and having your creature removed in response is basically gg on the spot.
This is awesome for all the obvious reasons. One note, though: it exiles a creature you OWN so it does have that Trostani 2.0/Homeward Path thing going for it.
That's probably the least exciting part of this card, but I think it's worth noting.
Blinking the SFM that got the sword in the first place is gas.
Funny, it Paths your own creature, then you get it back
Also, the name is almost certainly “Sword of Hearth and Home,”
which is what I predicted ages ago for these colors.
Why "hearth and home" instead of "house and home?" I don't know any Spanish, so very much not my area of expertise, but Google Translate says "abode and home" and "house and home" is the more common expression, plus hearth sounds kinda red.
The problem with defining this format by what is "fun" is that everyone seems to define fun as what they don't lose to. If you keep losing to easily answered cards, that means you should improve your deck. If you don't want to improve your deck, then you should come to peace with the idea that you are going to lose because you chose to not interact with better strategies.