Quote from SecretInfiltratorI though about making this set, too. It is an interesting experiment on the set design level.
A few things I thought about, what I want in a Mirrodin Pure-set:
* I want both Pristine Talisman and Suture Priest in it
* I want to play "Light Mirror" to NPH in as many ways as possible, just as Shadowmoor played "Dark Mirror" to Lorwyn (many following points include this)
* I want to balnce it with New Phyrexia faction-wise; for each Phyrexian card in NPH one Mirran card in MRP and vice versa (the color distribution is another matter) - this overrides the balancing of MRP with the rest of the block
* I want lifetrips that gain life rather than make someone lose life on some spells
* I want to see un-compleated Phyrexians in just the way we saw compleated Mirrans
* I want to have a counterpart to Phyrexian mana - probably monocolored hybrid, but potentially something else.
Are you set on the name for the first one? "Karn Compleated" or "Karn, father of Machines" sound much more fitting since after all people will wonder: Why is Karn suddenly called Yawgmoth?
I'm totally lost on the Koth/Tezzeret planeswalker. Why would the block have the same 'walker twice? Why would the block want twice the same 'walker twice?
Wouldn't MRP just look like NPH in the moment before Mirrodin wins by some Deus ex Machina?
Quote from TranquiloThis has to be one of the best ideas I've seen on this subforum in months.
I'm in if you need some card designer.
Suggestion: start with the set skeleton.
1) Number of cards in the set.
2) Rarity breakdown.
3) Color breakdown.
4) Color breakdown by rarity.
5) Type breakdown by color/rarity.
It's tough, but I can help you if you need some guidelines.
Quote from Raptor1210I think this is a great idea. I should be able to help with the Technical/Development side of the set, I'm not so good at the Design side though. :-/:D
Quote from zeromdsavage auras remember me bant GWU colors and primordial hunger RWG colors
since last planechase dont follow a rule for the deck colors (we had five color and mono color decks)