Quote from MonoRayJak »Ok, so I came on here to ask a question about my own Wedge themed set (Eventually I hope to do my own version of a return to Tarkir, maybe one day), got distracted by your set because I love Khans of Tarkir (My favorite set to date) and I was overlooking some of yours, and I noticed something...we both used the exact same Jeskai mechanic Mastery...literally same name and everything, just found that absolutely hilarious. BTW love the custom mechanics!
Round four anyone?
I like this. My only concern is that it might not feel blue enough for a blue-centred Temur, at least in its similarity to the previous Temur theme. But that's fairly subjective and does depend somewhat on execution.
Ooh, that's a cool idea. Reminds me of Monstrosity and Ascend. I suggest templating it as such.
Mastery (When you cast your second non-creature spell each turn, if this creature hasn’t attained mastery, put a +1/+1 counter on it. It attains mastery)
& Optional bonus text: When (this creature) attains mastery/As long as (this creature) has attained mastery.
This means you can tuck away the mechanic text in a keyword and separate the unique effects, as well as give you more flexibility in what bonus effects you give without making the mechanic more confusing.
Maybe add a variable number for the +1/+1 counters as well? Depending on what sort of/how many bonus effects you want to do with the mechanic as to whether the extra flexibility or simplicity is better.
Quote from DJK3654 »I like the idea of going back to the Wedges but shifting the dominant colour. It's a good way to give a bit of a novel spin to the whole thing, tie into the story with the reformation of the clans, and push things in a slightly different direction mechanically.
Pitting Sarkhan against Narset in the conflict is also a neat idea. I like conflicts where they are sympathetic POV characters on multiple sides.
Quote from DementedKirby »I like both cards as I've used them both in The Scarab God and Nekusar, the Mindrazer. Having multiple Sidisi's in play is absolutely nuts but it's honestly just a matter of space for me. Finding cuts in the deck is just getting more and more difficult with each new set released.