Welcome to the Card of the Week Contest! To participate in this Contest you'll have to design a card along the contest guidelines and throw it into the arena with other competitors' entries! At the end of each week, a winner will be determined by forum poll. The winner's card will be rendered and featured on the Welcome page, and the winner decides the challenge for the next week's Contest!
Here we go, competitors: our three-hundred and nineteenth challenge!
Design an enemy-colored card, that is either an Aura or an Equipment.
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Enchant nontoken creature you own and control As Dissociative Identity Disorder enters the battlefield, exile a creature card from your hand. Enchanted creature has haste and must attack a random player or planeswalker each combat if able. Whenever enchanted creature becomes the target of a spell or ability, flip a coin. If the coin comes up tails, return a creature card exiled by Dissociative Identity Disorder to the battlefield under your control, exile enchanted creature, and attach Dissociative Identity Disorder to the returned creature.
Last Edit: Jun 7, 2020 18:32:10 GMT by sdfkjgh: Since multiple things can be exiled, and not all of them could be creatures...
Mask of the Revenant Artifact--Equipment Equipped creature gets +1/+0. Imprint—Whenever equipped creature dies, exile it haunting Mask of the Revenant. Whenever equipped creature dies, return target exiled creature card haunting Mask of the Revenant to the battlefield, then exile it instead of putting it anywhere else. (It no longer haunts Mask of the Revenant.) Equip
kebelqwa I LOVE this design! It's so weird and themed and it fits the colors perfectly. Great work!
gateways7 Prisma seems incredibly cool and I agree with sdfkjgh, I really hope this becomes a real mechanic. The card itself even feeds into Prisma, as an enabler by making a mana dork. Awesome design!
@psychophilospher : Welcome to our forum! As Aarhg has pointed out correctly neither of your two designs fit the given challenge. This round will now get closed - but feel free to participate in the next round which will start in just a few minutes!
This thread is now closed, the poll can be found here.