Looking for some advice on the following cards. I have a mechanic, that is designed to make cards in my set viable after use or death. I think the design behind it is pretty unique and original, which is surprising considering how much great work comes out of this community. However, I'm concerned about balancing, wording, and overall feel of these cards. Here are a few of them to see how you feel about them. Any feedback positive or negative is, as always, appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to check these out and have a great day.
I frankly have no clue why this goes to the command zone if you're going to put it into exile at end of turn. I'd steal the wording from Act on Impulse et al--
Legacy (______, exile it transformed. Until end of turn, you may play that card from exile.)
You also have to decide how this works on permanents versus how this works on spells-- is this supposed to be a "if X would be put into a graveyard from anywhere" replacement trigger, like the anti-reanimator clause on various Eldrazi? (This means these spells can be cast if you mill or discard them, which means they work like super-madness.) If you're supposed to have cast them, you'll need a different version of the keyword on permanents and non-permanents. There is precedent for this with mechanics like sunburst, haunt, and ascend. (On the other hand, all three of these mechanics are widely considered to be shit. So.)
fluffydeathbringer OMG, I'm sorry. It wasn't a knock off, I thought I had an original concept. No offense intended. Everyone else - Yeah, I see the command zone thing. I was worried that you could not interact with anything exiled. I'm still of the old school mentality that exile meant 'removed from game', so I assumed command zone was better. Currently I was working with this wording, if it's any better. Trying to reduce wordiness so I went off of you wording @voltaic-qui:
Whenever this would be put into a graveyard from the battlefield, exile it transformed. Until end of turn, you may play that card from exile as though it had flash.