Multiverse is a database for custom Magic: the Gathering card sets.
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There are 1223 cardsets in Multiverse right now, including:
- Discworld by wlframe (299 cards, last activity on 24 Apr 2016 by KeresAcheron): a block of cards based off the fictional world of Terry Pratchett novels
- Volancia by Henry (1 cards, last activity on 22 May 2018 by jmgariepy): On this world made up of floating islands, being able to fly is a normallity.
- Champions of Quarth by Raul (26 cards, last activity on 24 Feb 2016 by Alex): First Built Set
- Monocolored Odyssey by KeresAcheron (19 cards, last activity on 22 Jun 2017 by KeresAcheron): WI: Odysses was monocular themed to fit the story (instead graveyard)
- The Crystal Gems by CNatch (3 cards, last activity on 10 May 2018 by CNatch): A cardset based on the Cartoon Network show Steven Universe.
- [B&F] Tarkir: Blood and Fire by SecretInfiltrator (5 cards, last activity on 11 Dec 2017 by SecretInfiltrator)
- Templecrash by Froggychum (50 cards, last activity about 19 hours ago by Froggychum): In the future of Perdonia, disasters strike, the temples fall, and time is ripped to fragments
- Al-Weh'jed by 10vernothin (256 cards, last activity on 19 Feb 2016 by 10vernothin): A top-down set with influence from Classical and Mythical Egypt and the Islamic World
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There are several community cardsets that are open for anyone to create cards into:
- Testing for creating test cards and playing around
- Cards With No Home for individual card creations that aren't part of a larger cardset
- Silver bordered cards for cards that are sillier or a joke
- Multiverse Design Challenge, where design challenges are regularly posted and everyone's welcome to enter
- Community Mashup Set for if you want to create some "mash-ups", or just find out what those are
- Multiverse Feedback for the "cardset" of feature suggestions, bug reports and similar
- Conversation is for discussion threads about general topics related to Magic or design rather than a specific user-created card.