Post by hydraheadhunter on Jan 31, 2023 7:45:25 GMT
The basis for these two cards is a running head-canon that because spice is basically just poison humans have a taste for, dwarves with their +2 to poison will have ungodly spicy food with lead and arsenic as additives, and because that'll literally kill less stout folk, dwarves have to cook a different curry for visitors, and because they can't be bothered to memorize what kills who, they just leave it unspiced. Leading to the undeserved reputation of drawvish food as overly-bland.
Yeah, I originally had it doing other stuff, but then simplified it; I think it was a fair cost for what it originally did, but then I didn't adjust it.
Probably. Definitely. I actually thought I did put it at four.
Yeah, I played a bit fast with the rules. The second and third ability do need to be seporated if I don't want the third ability to be a mana ability.
The intent is it gives lifelink to snakes with deathtouch and then it gives deathtouch to snakes without deathtouch, and the lifelink doesn't get a second check. I think there's a precident somewhere in the canon for this, but I'm not sure where.
Six mana, but I agree its strong.
It's only silver because I couldn't think of a less sliver name for it than "Strictly Better Blood"
Thank you I'm glad you liked the idea. It always felt weird to me that conspire cared about color in a block built around creature types.
Thank you for the win. I've been waiting for a win in this game since I made it to make a prompt based on another one of spice8racks videos.
Here and Queer
There is some queer representation in magic the gathering, but there isn't not nearly enough. So. Let's add some more. Your cards use existing queer MTG characters, queer existing non-queer MTG characters, introduce or showcase your own original queer characters, or be broadly inspired by the idea of queerness while not being about a specific character. The queerness may be flavor only or may inform the mechanics of the card.
I'm not about to make you write a whole-ass essay for each character, but a short one-two sentence blurb about their queer identity would be appreciated.