New Perspectives, from Amhonkhet
When New Perspectives enters the battlefield, draw three cards.
New Perspectives starts more-or-less the best way a card can: By helping you draw three cards! In.
(Or, at least, we are interested in further exploration.)
Six mana is a bit steep for the ability to draw three cards, but Patrick claims that this card is actually a “draw four” … One of the cards is just a zero mana Fluctuator.
Because New Perspectives is a permanent rather than a sorcery (compare to Tidings), you can pick it up or blink it (perhaps with Felidar Guardian) to draw more and more.
As long as you have seven or more cards in hand, you may pay 0 rather than pay cycling costs.
This second line is what puts the “new” in the name. We aren’t just talking about a Fluctuator… This card is expensive but far more powerful.
For one, New Perspectives will handle colored mana in a cycling cost, not just discount a 2 to 0. It opens the door to some big opportunities. For instance, why not start with Archfiend of Ifnir on five, untap with the Demon still in play, and then run out New Perspectives? Having (or drawing into) just one or two cycling cards — TAPPED OUT — can totally swing the board.
This card represents — we think — a whole new way to play.
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