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The cost reduction ability is composed that way so the spell may cost 1 colorless mana less or one colored mana less. This is important when things like "Change all instances of one colored mana symbol on target spell or permanent to another colored mana symbol of your choice." come into the picture.
...a scenario happening so laughably seldom it's not worth splitting the symbol for.
Opalescence + Godhead of Awe.The game lets you make permanently typeless permanents, targeting an enchantment with a creature only spell is a cakewalk in comparison.Edit: Something like Glorious Anthem might be easier, not sure how Godhead of Awe interacts with layers and all.
What do you mean taking into consideration?There is one scenario, and the only time it is realistic that you would want to do it is if casting the spell using green mana is a bad thing, and the card already has green mana symbols.Tell me, tell me when this happens. Tell me why this is necessary.Like, seriously, what the christ.I thought you cared about asthetics.Edit: The break open scenario is a million times more likely to ever happen in a game.
So if I Retraced Image a Splinter onto the battlefield, you're telling me it would go the graveyard?Not sure what this computer honor system is.
Lastly, when a card is turned face up on the battlefield, if it can't exist on the battlefield, it's just put into its owner's graveyard as a state-based effect.
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Seasonal MigrationAnti-land destruction design. It works with land-based sacrament spells to a lesser extent and the cycle of uncommon, three land anty creatures. There isn't many peer designs to compare it to. It's also rather narrow, and due to that, there's no reason to limit the design too extensively. Limiting the design to a nonbasic or a basic land only would have given it some added flavor, but mostly only if nonbasic (in relation to nonbasic lands with sac abilities, of which there are none in this set). So personally as it stands (being sorcery speed with a card draw), it's just barely useful. If you use it to net you a card early in the game, you might kick yourself for it later when you need to get a land back and save yourself from disadvantage. There is no flavor text on this design because there simply was no space for it. It would have made the text off-center and unappealing. To explain its flavor the best I can; as the season's pass away (go to the graveyard), their pirouette inevitably brings them full circle again. A gift to each living person and the chance to start anew, do things different, and live the season once again.
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@Mown I do use the colorless/colored hybrid symbol in other designs. Amisa of the Royal Elite is an example. The 1/Color hybrid symbol is a bit rarer to be seen. It's basically to cover bases so things run smoothly. I don't see the point in arguing over it too much, it's not a big deal really.