Post by Boogymanjunior on Jun 22, 2020 19:19:21 GMT
References the mythological Benben, "the mound that arose from the primordial waters Nu upon which the creator deity Atum settled in the creation myth of the Heliopolitan form of ancient Egyptian religion". Thus, I figured that it would be a land important during the earliest time, but rather than vanishing after the act of creation, only becomes a rather mundane piece of land. Despite it's origin, I made it nonlegendary to incite willingness to have multiples in a deck, to make them useful in a similar way as the Fastlands. Don't know if having to have it on the starting hand for the benefit is too niche, but I gave it a try since the Fastlands too will probably have to be on the opening hand 90% of the games for ETB untapped.
EDIT: Realized that it ETB tapped always is pretty pointless since you would only get to use the "any mana" upside on turn 2 before you can play a second land.