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Oh, wow. I was intending to just give keyword-like stuff; but lots of other abilities are static too. So yeah; probably.
Very cool. A one-shot Concerted Effort but far, far more flexible. I wonder if it's broken somehow?
I was thinking of my Crackling Inspiration :)
Nyessss to both of you.
In contrast, it reminds me of One with Something, but a lot more time-consuming.
Reminds me of Enter the Infinite.
This came up in discussion of Thawing Glaciers's Oracle wording. (I remembered the old errata saying something like "If it's the end step, return ~ to its owner's hand. Otherwise, return ~ to its owner's hand at end of turn." It turns out they've found a more sensible wording, "At the beginning of the next cleanup step", which is pretty weird but better than what it was before.)
Vitenka mocked Oracle as he does ;) and proposed this card. I smiled and commented how much it'd do, for something that looks like it should do nothing. (I think the proposed card was an enchantment, not a sorcery, FWIW.)
Thinking it through in more detail, it's not quite as absurd as I thought, but it's still pretty interesting. It doesn't prevent cleanup, as Time Stop's reminder text shows. (Though it would prevent Thawing Glaciers from returning to your hand.) But what it does do is prevent many other "at end of turn" / "at the beginning of the end step" triggers from happening.
More precisely, assuming this is an enchantment: all your opponents' EOT triggers still happen during your turn, but you can choose which of your EOT triggers get to happen and which don't. On opponents' turns, none of theirs happen, and again you can choose which of yours do and which don't. So you can choose to keep your Ball Lightnings and Arachnus Webs alive as long as you want, your copies from Heat Shimmer and Minion Reflector don't go away and nor do your Pestilence and Mark of the Oni, Thran Quarry and Glimmervoid become Utopias, and Suppress becomes Wit's End.
I forget a bunch of what this card was meant to be.
Aladdin's Lamp too.
you could introduce a new card type that can be played only during the resolution of a spell or ability. call it Interject.
The amusing answer is that emrakul gives devotion to ,, and but not other values :)
(I don't think there's any "right" meaning of this: magic has never had to decide whether and are the same or not, so it never has.)
Dunno; emrakul gives you devotion to , does he give you devotion to ? I think not.
colorless is not a color.
even if you could, the value has to be much higher than normal colors. e.g. emrakul grants 15 just like that. even ordinary artifacts can grant a bunch without much effort.
The way you put this as an instant reminds me of the old horrible phrase "already on its way to the graveyard", like on Gate to Phyrexia and Ashnod's Altar...