GWU: clue/card advantage — is this legitimate the first card advantage matters and posted above earlier whatever is not reprinted in it will spike hard due to auto upgrade for this deck.
RW: Goad foes/identify suspect — you already made Marisi, Breaker of the Coil you can use him as the commander instead to add G to the deck but will see what the other half of the deck changes to it.
mrs peacock — JEEEEZ that’s just a forever staple in any deck involving artifacts or/and sacrficing them since artifact decks are notorious for bringing artifacts back into play/hand.
The pipe: that’s a interesting equipment drains if the creature dies and it’s basically a clue token in disguise as well
dining Room: ok so the rooms is a land cycle that’s a engine for clue tokens sadly you need amulet of vigor effects for this one and secondly it’s definately not a 10 card cycle since there’s 9 rooms in the game (probably do a loophole somehow to get the 10th one)
And it’s gonna be so hard to get the clue box because it’s gonna be a blood bath for these all because he said the magic word “a guarateed shockland”
RGW: disguise cards/big surprise — there’s only one guess I can think of for this and it’s (mega)morph/manifest/foretell that’s the only thing I can think of that can disguise the cards
Witness Protection was my immediate thought when I saw "Disguise cards" but basing a set mechanic around auras like that might be a bit much. Still, disguising a mana rock as something else sounds hilarious.
I remember thinking when Shadows Over Innistrad came out, "Wouldn't it be cool to collect a bunch of the little miniature weapons from the board game and use them to represent Clue tokens?" Looks like I was ahead of my time.
I normally like every form of card advantage on my Angels but usually on 3 to 4 mana cards. I am not sure if new Aurelia isn't too slow to be relevant for that. She is basically a Serra Angel with haste at least. I like that she can trigger on opponents turns, too. I honestly think she is a lot better than she might look at the first glance.