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How that all went down is a story for another time. We named him Karn based off the word "cairn," which is a mound of stones built as a memorial or landmark. As that was a key moment in the story and Crovax was finally the Vampire we wanted, it seemed like the perfect time to make his card. As soon as I found out about that, I came back to the Design team and said we had to remove the protection from black. I was then given the assignment to make that happen.
While that sounded awesome from a flavor perspective, why exactly would you put something like that in your deck? Mirri's most important trait was she was a good fighter, so we wanted to make a card that was good in combat. I wanted him to be a walking counterspell. It's my preview card for Ultimate Masters. When we were making the crew, we had a list of different creature types we were interested in using.
You may have Vizier of Many Faces enter the battlefield as a copy of any creature on the battlefield, except if Vizier of Many Faces was embalmed, the token has no mana cost, it's white, and it's a Zombie in addition to its other types. This is a change from previous rules. These supplements are not required to play with cards with embalm; you can use the same items to represent an embalmed token as you would any other token. Split cards are considered to be deciduous. If an effect instructs a player to choose a card name and the player wants to choose a split card's name, the player must choose one of those names and not both. The effect defining its characteristics while it was face down ends, and it regains its normal characteristics. Split cards were introduced in the Invasion block , where each half was from a different color.