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Silver bordered and/or joke cards

Silver bordered and/or joke cards by Jack V

145 cards in Multiverse

19 with no rarity, 42 commons, 31 uncommons,
31 rares, 19 mythics, 2 basics, 1 token

9 colourless, 13 white, 29 blue, 17 black, 17 red, 10 green,
29 multicolour, 2 hybrid, 3 split, 10 artifact, 5 land, 1 plane

414 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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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 – Aura
Enchant creature
Enchanted creature is legendary and has horsemanship. (It can't be blocked except by creatures with horsemanship.)
Enchanted creature's expansion symbol becomes the symbol of the Portal: Three Kingdoms expansion.
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2015-03-02 19:34:12 by movezig5
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Enchantment
Return all creatures to their owners' hands except for Krakens, Leviathans, Octopi, and Serpents.
"I can see why this appeals to grammar Nazis."
—Kiora
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last 2015-02-18 00:55:13 by movezig5
{w/b}{w/b}
 
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Instant
Target player cannot concede the game this turn.
Draw a card.
"Suck it, comp. rule 101.1!"
—movezig5
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last 2015-02-15 13:17:18 by Alex
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Legendary Artifact
4, {t}: Exile all cards in all zones. (If a card is already exiled, exile it again.)
Just be grateful we let you keep the cards. An early version of this card involved a paper shredder.
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2015-02-05 15:46:25 by movezig5
Artifact – Equipment
Blade of Overcompensation enters the battlefield with X Charge counters on it.
Blade of Overcompensation's converted mana cost is equal to the number of Charge counters on it.
Equipped creature gets +X/+X, where X equals Blade of Overcompensation's converted mana cost, and Vigilance.
{x}: Attach Blade of Overcompensation to target creature with converted mana cost X-1. The cost is not equal to the number of Charge counters on Blade of Overcompensation.
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2015-02-01 14:33:39 by Alex

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On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

Maybe we should just name it "Ambiguity!" Oh wait...

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

A lot of this is very much in the air, especial octopuses/octopi, since the word 'octopi' was considered correct English for (I believe) centuries before it was officially corrected. Cactuses/cacti is also mentioned on this page at Oxforddictionaries.com ­

Seems Oxford thinks 'Cacti' is more correct. That said, while all of this is important to know, it's dangerous to correct others since the hypercorrect form is often technically 'correct' due to traditional usage.

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

Alex: I didn't know that! That's really interesting. I ought to see if this applies to "cactus"...

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

movezig: You didn't call it "incorrect". I did, in my edit, because "Octopi" is incorrect :P Specifically, it's a hypercorrection, overapplying the rule that "things ending in -us pluralise to -i" when that rule only applies to words of Latin origin, and octopus is from the Greek. See also Wiktionary:

The plural octopi is hypercorrect, coming from the mistaken notion that the -us in octopūs is a Latin second declension ending. The word is actually treated as a third declension noun in Latin.

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

­are Leviathan like sheep and Kraken

Only grammatically! :)

The "only one" thing doesn't actually mean you don't need a plural. Eg. you say things like "there are no other pegasuses" or "there are no other pegasi". Plus metaphorical uses, fictional uses, and hypothetical uses.

Googling suggests there's not really a consensus about the plural of Pegasus. It was originally greek, but some people suggest the English spelling came from latin so should be pluralised "-i". Others say it's a proper name, so should have "-us" plural regardless of the original language. And I agree in theory, except it's often used for a name of a species even though that's not the original use, in which case it needs some plural, which could be either "-i" or "-uses" depending. (Or maybe "-oi").

My Little Pony dodges the issue by referring to "a pegasus pony" and "pegasus ponies" :)

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

But there's only one Pegasus, so how could there be a plural?

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

@dude1818 Actually, I think the plural of Pegasus is Pegasi.

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

I believe the plural of Nazipus is Nazipuses, not Nazis.

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

Leviathan shouldn't have a plural, since there's only one. Just like there's only one Minotaur or Pegasus.

On Grammatically Hypercorrect Whelming Wave:

except for Kraken, Leviathans, Serpents, Octopuses, Octopi, or Octopodes

­::)

Actually, are Leviathan like sheep and Kraken? They sound like they could be.

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