Search target player's library for a card and manifest it. That player shuffles his or her library.
I just wanted to point out while Ethereal Theft seems to be the winning card for the day, that this is the type of manifest card Wizards specifically said they decided against printing as it would be too powerful. This plus a flicker effect = easy Eldrazi/Progentius/etc, getting around their reanimation clauses. Not to mention non creature permanents too. You don't even need to draw them. Every card printed after and before would have to be considered on how much impact it would have being cheated into play through this method. I'm not sure how everyone felt on that.
So Piar, I've like a lot of what you submit, but that's why I didn't follow suit in voting for you today.
Exile target creature. Destroy all other creatures, then return the exiled card to the battlefield under its owner's control. "As the horde rallied toward me, I shut my eyes one last time. After a sudden silence, I opened them to an empty battlefield." - Houn, Jeskai Elder
I like this card, but it seems like a bit too much of an improvement on Duneblast in too many ways.
Ditto. As a WU tempo control player. I'd love this card if it existed, but I feel its waaaaaay too good. Bumping day of judgment effects to instant speed by itself is worth more than U, yet alone the upside of just you getting a creature unlike divine reckoning.
Out of curiosity, what did people like/dislike about Growing Glades? It's one of those cards I thought was going to garner more votes than it did. (I think we all have those, right?)
Honestly, I didn't like the wording. "during your most recent turn." sounds wrong, even though technically it may not be. "Recent" is a term that has been used very rarely in magic history and on very old cards, so it doesn't read as contemporary or elegant. That left it behind other cards for me.