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 Post subject: Husk
PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2015 12:40 am 
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This thread is for showing my third custom set, Husk.

Set Information

Central Theme, In One Word: Manaless
New Mechanics: Progression, Mill, Decay, Forget

Last Official Set Prior: Eventide
Date Started: August 4th, 2008
Date Finished: June 10th, 2009
First Official Set After: Magic 2010
Set Size: 45
Set Symbol:
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Original Discussion: http://magicseteditor.sourceforge.net/node/2309
Art?: None.
Playtesting?: None.
Templates Used: Modern, Modern Extra, Modern Tokens, Rules Tips

Developer Commentary: Husk is the first set after my switch to designing mini-sets. Mini-sets are meant to be small, 45-60 card bite size representations of a plane. They are quick experiences, not meant to be as involved as full size sets. They enable experimentation with themes that perhaps are not fit to fill a full 180 or more card set.

Card Showcases:

The central theme of the set is "no mana". That is, Husk is a plane without any mana. When the mana ran out, each color had to find a new resource - a new way to survive.

White has learned to survive by strictly regimenting its actions. There is a time for every spell, and each spell falls in a strict progression.

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Blue is surviving by milling away its sanity, and giving up time later for time now. Afterall, what good is a combat phase or a draw step after you're already dead?

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To help stave off the insanity caused by milling, blue has an artifact to help refill its library.

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Black survives by forgetting the problems that ail it, and focusing on what matters in the here and now.

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Red mages on Husk power their spells through ritual sacrifice. The more blood spilled, the more powerful the spell.

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The only land in the set has been designed to help offset the enormous card disadvantage of sacrificing your permanents to power your spells.

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On Husk, green makes ends meet by reusing the nutrients locked up in those that have passed and are decaying.

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