• Token Creature - Dog Spirit (S)
Creature — Azra Shaman (C)
, Pay 1 life: Add .
"The choruses have never favored the Azra. I intend to learn why."
Creature - Human Peasant (C)
When Tired Farmer enters the battlefield, it prays for Plains. (Reveal the top card of your library. If it's a Plains card, put it into your hand. If not, put it on the bottom of your library.)
"Hoping for the divine, relying on the soil." - Pravej saying
Pray for creature cards. (Reveal the top card of your library. If it's a creature card, put it into your hand. If not, put it on the bottom of your library.)
If you revealed a land card in this way, create a 3/2 green Dog Spirit token with hexproof.
"The circle of Hunris is nothing more than a cult whose adherents were eradicated decades ago. At least, that is what the seraphs think." - Demesil the Badger
When Oracular Decision enters the battlefield, scry 2.
, Sacrifice Oracular Decision: Counter target spell with one or more targets.
"It is a falsehood of the unlettered that we sibyls can never act to change the future. It is just that the choice is always painful." - Sister Nygenna of Zaulielle
Creature - Angel
: Spark Ophanim prays for an instant or sorcery card. If one is revealed this way, spark Ophanim deals 2 damage to target player or planeswalker. (Reveal the top card of your library. If it's an instant or sorcery card, put it into your hand. If not, put it on the bottom of your library)
A single glance from the thousand eyed ophanim can set the souls of sinners aflame.
Creature - Angel
Convoke (Your creatures can help cast this spell. Each creature you tap while casting this spell pays for or one mana of that creature's color.)
Whenever Parish Tender becomes tapped, you gain 1 life.
Creature - Vampire Cleric
At the beginning of your end step, if an opponent lost 3 or more life this turn, Tabriza's devotee prays for a non land card. If one is revealed this way, you lose 1 life.
Purged from this world long ago by its angelic rulers, the remaining creatures of the darkness were sought out by Tabriza's chorus. The choice given was simple: Repent and serve or die.