Post by fluffydeathbringer on Dec 16, 2018 1:36:16 GMT
kora asked me to submit our cards since his internet's gonna be unavailable for the deadline, and we're finished so I'm submitting now. we have no set symbol yet so it's using the one from my personal file for now
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a Magic card! Flying is often considered the most simple yet flavorful and important mechanic of the game – so your deck shouldn't ignore it. Design a card that either has or grants flying or interacts with flyers.
Here, let me help you! By this point, you should hopefully have chosen your deck's two mechanics / themes, Design a support card for each one of them! (The cards should not feature the mechanic they support if possible. Each may feature the mechanic it is not supporting without restrictions. You may use the same card twice, if you wish. If you haven't shown me your two mechanics by this point, that's fine.)
Post by shiftyhomunculus on Dec 28, 2018 21:47:20 GMT
Warriors of a thousand creeds unite in their defiance of the gods - some fight for a better world, others simply for glory. In this case, both kinds are united by their provenance (by which I mean that both of these are Yoshi designs).
Creatures are the focus of modern Magic. But they are not all there is to it either! Your rare slots are prechious, but you should use at least one for something else than a beater. Design a noncreature rare.
Back to the basics. Well, not this time. While a big part of your mana base (actually most of it in most cases) should consist of basic lands, you should offer some variety as well. So fill two slots of your deck with nonbasic lands. (You may use the same card twice, if you wish.)
Call my name! Design a card that either references other copies of itself or refers to another card by name. Exception: If your posterchild mythic is a planeswalker, you may refer to its planeswalker type instead. (You don't have to showcase the card you're referring to yet.)