Enchantment — Aura [R]
Enchant card in your graveyard
When Sylvan Teachings enters the battlefield, draw a card.
At the beginning of your upkeep, target opponent may let you draw a card. If they don't, return enchanted card from your graveyard to your hand.
Return target creature card from your graveyard to the battlefield, except it's a land instead of its other types. It has "t: Add G to your mana pool" for as long as it's a land.
You're like 3 redesigns behind. Actually, it's almost back to the original, but it went through some radically different forms. I realized that problem immediately, and I've been redesigning ever since. I was overzealous, I'll admit. If it still doesn't work, let me know, but I think it does.
Creature — Eldrazi Wizard [R]
When Snapping Caster enters the battlefield, choose target nonland card an opponent owns in exile with converted mana cost 3 or less. You may cast that card without paying its mana cost. (If it's a permanent spell, it enters the battlefield under your control as it resolves.) "It isn't enough that my sisters have been twisted into their abhorrent forms. Their horrible minions wield corrupted versions of their magic as well."
Lazav, the Puppetmaster2UUBB
Legendary Creature — Shapeshifter [M]
When Lazav, the Puppetmaster enters the battlefield, search target opponent's library for a card and exile it face down, then shuffle that player's library. For as long as that card remains exiled, you may look at it, you may cast that card as though it had flash, and you may spend mana as though it were any type of mana to cast it.
Enchantment — Aura [M]
If enchanted creature would leave the battlefield, instead exile it, then put it onto the battlefield under your control. Take an extra turn after this one.
If Second Chances would be put into a graveyard from the battlefield, exile it instead. "A stitch in time lets me kill nine more."
—Lazav, Dimir Mastermind
Spread the PlagueBBB
Each creature gets -2/-2 until end of turn. Morbid—If a creature died this turn, destroy all creatures. The messenger had both warned and doomed his village of the infection that followed.
So I'm looking for cards that are difficult without being overly complex. Here's your judgments!
iphanx: I've read your card three times and I'm still not sure what it does.
Ink-Treader: This isn't really difficult to play. Search target player's library for X cards that are not good given the current situation and X+1 lands.
Mergatroid_Jones: This is a combo card, not a card that's difficult to use correctly. It's also very powerful; at the very least, it's a Crucible of Worlds, with extreme potential for abuse (Mishra's Bauble turns this into a pseudo-Necropotence)
Phyrexian Editor: Why would you want to give cards flash on your own turn? I mean, nice meme I guess.
Next: 1/1's that cost 3 or more.`
Choose one or more:
-Green creature spells you cast this turn cost 1 less to cast.
-Green creatures you control enter the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on them this turn.
-Whenever a green creature enters the battlefield under your control this turn, you may have it fight target creature you don't control.
Escalate - Exile two instant and/or sorcery cards from your graveyard.
Choose one or more:
-Counter target spell unless its controller pays 3
-Search your library for a sorcery card. Reveal that card, then shuffle your library and put that card on top of your library.
-Draw two cards, then shuffle two cards from your hand into your library.
Choose one or more:
-Target player sacrifices a colored permanent.
-Look at target opponent's hand. You choose a colored card from it. Exile that card.
-Search your library for an Eldrazi card. Reveal it and put it into your hand. Shuffle your library afterward.
Karametra, Harp of the Choir3GW
Legendary Enchantment Creature — God [M]
Creatures you control have "t: Add G to your mana pool." Inspired—Whenever Karametra, Harp of the Choir or another creature you control becomes untapped, you may pay 2W. If you do, put a +1/+1 counter on that creature. "It takes many muses to perform a symphony."