Seviriel was an Owner card in 3rd Vanilla, and we didn't touch on the character's backstory! In 4th Vanilla, we remedied this!
Seviriel is the emissary of Marr Swamp, looking over all who reside in the swamp, and greeting foreigners who decide to visit. When you play Seviriel, you can grab any Action card from your couch, and put it on the top of your black book! That means you know what card you're going to draw next, and since it's already something you've played, your opponent is going to have to deal with it again!
Seviriel, Emissary can be found in the Seductive Snowbunnies starter set!
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|ezekiel_tyr on Apr 18th, 2015 @ 10:24 PM|
very nice now if my hand was lucky when i played the byd tournaments
Ndarren87 on Apr 18th, 2015 @ 04:56 PM
This will fit right in with a deck i'm working on.
blizleopard on Apr 18th, 2015 @ 01:16 AM
I've seen other cards that do this with treats and furres, and been wondering if there's any way to cycle them in and out of play, myself.
Lemonbread on Apr 17th, 2015 @ 10:17 PM
Like the artwork, but surprised it's a butterfly.... not trying to be racist.
Gamerwolf85 on Apr 17th, 2015 @ 08:37 PM
Love this card for my herm/otherkin deck. Has so many different combo options.
Nezumi12 on Apr 17th, 2015 @ 03:36 PM
beautiful artwork, useful card. it increases the number of cards in your Black Book, decreases the number of cards on your Couch, and lets you know exactly what the card on top of your Black Book is.
it also provides fodder for facing Misplace decks.
while i'd like it to be cheaper to play, it really is worth 10 AP and 2 GP.
polkakitty on Apr 17th, 2015 @ 02:51 PM
Seviriel has a definite weakness in that when the Action you search for is on the top of your deck, it can be taken away by Misplace (although an Action-heavy Otherkind deck is likely to have Declined, which goes a long way towards defending against that.)
By now, though, there are enough cards that do something special with the cards at the top of your deck that I wonder if we'll ever see a card like Magic's Scroll Rack that actually lets you swap cards between the top of your deck and your hand.