Quote from SecretInfiltratorHmmm - much more versatile. Nice.
I dislike that the targeting is part of the keyword in your version; needs some cleaning.
Quote from SecretInfiltratorExcept that the Skaab cost you a ressource you have to build up while this costs a ressource you have a hard time using up.
Often suggested - always terrrible.
Quote from SecretInfiltratorDrown target player. (Put the top card of target player's library into that player's graveyard. Until end of turn you may cast that card.)
That's certainly something I would consider for :symb::symg::symu: - though it currently lacks the all-important flavor.
Quote from TranquiloPredestine is like Fateseal in it's bad aspects.
Which bad aspect? It totally ruins limited, if appears in more then very small quantities. You can mess with your opponent's draws - he can mess with yours, and it can lead to bad/unfun/worn out games.
Quote from ZylmAnother idea here for the :symg::symu::symb: Wedge.
Green has mastery over life, black death and blue time. I've been able to envision this color combination as a type of "father time" masters of fate wedge. So preordain and fatseal came to mind, but the playstyle of these colors lead me to this:
Predestine 2 (To predestine 2, look at the top two cards of target player's library, then put any number of them into that player's graveyard and the rest on top of that player's library in any order.)