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 two-hundred and ninety challenge!
Choose something you want to happen in the Magic storyline and design a Story Spotlight card for it.
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You may get nine poison counters rather than pay this spell’s mana cost. Emrakul, Glorious Compleation can only be cast from exile. Flash Flying, trample, hexproof, infect Annihilator X, where X is the number of poison counters defending player has. If Emrakul, Glorious Compleation would deal combat damage to a player, you may divide that damage among any number of players instead.
Way too complicated for an actual card, but I've been shipping this since before Kaladesh block as a LGBT player myself.
Dimir? Never heard of them. I'm just a simple Orzhov defect turned Selesnya recruit after my Azorius mother gave me to my Izzet father in Gruul territory. I've also overseen Boros projects, but I turned to the Golgari after the Simic augmented me with a snake tail after a Rakdos bet me that it wouldn't work.
viriss : Can you give us a few words of context please ? I'm curious about what your card is telling exactly.
I expect we'll get a new zone eventually and thought an "underworld" would make a great, flavorful choice. Mostly because that's where Elspeth has been on Theros. Which then lead to hoping to see it reused if/when we get a Norse set. I haven't put much thought into what the mechanics would be since I haven't playtested anything yet. That's why I tried to write the card as generic as possible.
So that card is Valhalla, though only half the people go to that hall (so maybe that should be the red part of my card). The Hall enchantment type is really just a reworking of World enchantments.
Edit: just saw some Beyond Death spoilers. nvm, lol
Lady Mapi: I don't think your entry actually works. By the time splicing happens, it's already too late for "When you cast" triggers. Not to mention adding abilities that are strictly for creatures onto instants or sorceries.
Lady Mapi : I don't think your entry actually works. By the time splicing happens, it's already too late for "When you cast" triggers. Not to mention adding abilities that are strictly for creatures onto instants or sorceries.
Return of the Agonizer Sorcery Discard your hand, then draw six cards. Then search your library for a card named Tibalt Triumphant, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle your library. "I'm back, Innistrad. Did you miss me?" -Tibalt
Post by Boogymanjunior on Nov 3, 2019 19:17:14 GMT
The plane Virydor doesn't like being entered. I don't have anything against planeswalker or even the Gatewatch per se, but after having basically every storyline after Lorwyn revolve around planeswalkers, I would love to visit planes without the characters in them having the possibility of other worlds. I just feel like completely focusing on one plane (or better yet, going smaller) gives the (story around the) plane more room to speak for itself and to be more fleshed out. So it may be seen that it's not really a story spotlight card since it's just the plane's property, used only as a metapher to push the narrative to self-contained planes (ironically, in this narrative there would not even be the need for such deterring properties as it can already base itself on stories just not being driven by these external super-people), but I did it anyway.^^
At the english-experts: I know that actually, "less" is not used for countable things, but I saw many examples where "one less" and alike was used? Should it be "one fewer" or something like that?