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But I bet the new Surveil mechanic from the Dimir would like Leashling, since Leashling puts something from your hand on top of your library, and Surveil can put the top card s of your library into your graveyard. Might have to put Leashling into an Aminatou deck, too. Yoke of the Damned is pretty nice as well, setting a time bomb on a creature, but no recursion. We have twenty-six years of not doing that, so at this point, I think it would be more confusing than novel.