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Silver bordered and/or joke cards

Silver bordered and/or joke cards by Jack V

133 cards in Multiverse

16 with no rarity, 42 commons, 27 uncommons,
27 rares, 18 mythics, 2 basics, 1 token

9 colourless, 12 white, 27 blue, 16 black, 17 red, 9 green,
27 multicolour, 1 hybrid, 2 split, 7 artifact, 5 land, 1 plane

373 comments total

A collecting ground for cards which are funny rather than useful; some would fit in an un-set, some are purely humour

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On Silver bordered and/or joke cards (reply):

Also, Rourke's comment about this set being 'un-believable' made me think that is what this set (or the next Un-set Wizards does) should be called: Unbelievable.

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Enchantment
Exile all permanents you control. Whenever you finish a page of your essay you may return one exiled permanent to the battlefield under your control.
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Enchantment
Whenever an opponent or a card that opponent owns bumps into a permanent on the battlefield you control, choose one —
• Untap that permanent.
• That permanent deals damage to target opponent equal to its converted mana cost.
• You may activate one of that permanent's activated abilities without paying its cost.
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2014-10-08 22:27:28 by AttemptedBirdhouse1
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Instant
Draw a card from any player's library in any silver border game you can see from your seat, and discard a card from your hand.
When that card would be put in the graveyard, put it on top of it's actual owner's library.
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last 2014-09-02 13:16:02 by Acilper
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Creature – Human Troll
Obvious Troll is obvious.
Obvious Troll must be replied to each turn if able.
Whenever Obvious Troll is banned, return it to the battlefield behind a proxy.
You know it to be a troll, but when you read its posts, what you know won't matter much at all.
--Pol Jamaar, Trollbait
1/1
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last 2014-08-12 23:43:11 by jmgariepy
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Creature – Goblin Warrior
When Poopoo Buttstinker, Khan of Flatulence enters the battlefield, each player discards a card and sacrifices a creature.
Creatures can't block Poopoo Buttstinker, Khan of Flatulence unless they cover their noses.
BRG. The Bowel Colonies
Dragon aspect: Defecation
Symbol: Butt of the Dragon
Khan: Poopoo Buttstinker. Goblin
3/4
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last 2014-08-12 05:31:03 by movezig5

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On Silver bordered and/or joke cards:
on 2014-10-12 09:41:35 by Greg:

Can not consider there's a topic that has eclipsed day-to-day Kardashian brunch reports. "Ermagerd, Ebola, we are all gonna daaa!" The amount of narrow minded people on the planet is astounding.

On Spike, Flagship Predator:
On Temporary Theft:

I agree with jmgariepy on the cost of this. I didn't even take into consideration that you would, more often than not, have no real idea o what card you would get, or if the card would even be usable by you. I mean, I could tack on an ability to make the card playable regardless of mana cost, but this card is already kind o wordy. Also, it's meant to only affect other "Silver Border" games. I'll have to reword that. Also, I will definitely drop the cost. May make a card to combo wth this though (allowing you to pay for "stolen " cards with "any" mana), so I may only drop the cost by {1} or {u}.

On Spike, Flagship Predator:

Too bad you can't use this in tournaments anymore (assuming you're at an Un-Tournament) since you can't use electronic devices. :-(

On Spike, Flagship Predator:

My version of Spike would give you some kind of benefit for playing with money rares.

On Temporary Theft:

(facepalm)

THE RULES OF MAGIC DO NOT APPLY IN SILVER-BORDERED LAND!

On Temporary Theft:

V: That's why this is a silver-bordered card...

Wizards have so far steered clear of that effect in mass-market silver-bordered sets, but they've used it in limited distribution silver-bordered holiday cards.

On Temporary Theft:

Also puts an opponents card into your hand, which is a no-no. Official approach seems to be something like "Exile it, you may play it as though it were in your hand" And then there's remembering to give it back to deck instead of their graveyard.

I like that last part, sometimes it's good, sometimes it's bad. But this needs to mark it somehow.

On Temporary Theft:

Man, that's one expensive cantrip. Wouldn't {u}, and no discard make more sense? I mean, even that's technically a worse card than Opt, most of the time.

On Temporary Theft:

Flavor text idea: "I prefer the term "non-consensual borrowing."

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