Name That Card

Name That Card by jmgariepy

41 cards in Multiverse

1 with no rarity, 7 commons, 16 uncommons,
13 rares, 4 mythics

5 white, 7 blue, 5 black, 5 red, 4 green,
7 multicolour, 6 artifact, 1 land, 1 scheme

493 comments total

A (sort of) contest for naming odd cards.

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Enchantment
? – When NTC #041 enters the battlefield, if it's not a token, create a token copy of it.
{r}, Sacrifice NTC #041: Deal 2 damage to target creature or planeswalker.
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last 2020-08-14 18:22:59 by Froggychum
 R 
Enchantment
Phasing
When Exchange Program phases out, you may have target opponent gain control of target creature you own.
When Exchange Program phases in, gain control of target creature you own controlled by an opponent. If you do, put three +1/+1 counters on that creature and it gains haste until end of turn.
14 comments
last 2020-08-12 16:12:59 by Link
 U 
Sorcery
Exile up to two target nontoken permanents, then return them to the battlefield under their owner's control. Creatures returned this way gain haste until end of turn.
11 comments
last 2020-08-04 10:57:37 by Jack V
 U 
Colour indicator B Creature – Human Warlock
At the beginning of your upkeep, lose 2 life.
When you have seven or less life, transform NTC #038.
4/4
An Angel Reborn
 
 U 
Colour indicator W Creature – Angel Horror
Lifelink
5/5
11 comments
last 2020-07-24 18:57:28 by Alex
 R 
Artifact
When Saucer of Milk enters the battlefield, draw a card.
Whenever an opponent casts an aura, sacrifice Saucer of Milk. If you do, counter that aura.
If an opponent would gain control of exactly one permanent you control, they gain control of Saucer of Milk instead.
"May be t' hobs take a saucer o' milk each month so'n they take none o' me kin. I be thinkin' they've a fine collection by now."
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last 2020-07-16 02:45:06 by jmgariepy

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On NTC #041:

I like Facsimile for the mechanic name, but I think Replica is a slightly better word.

As for the card name, how about something silly like Doppelblaster :)

A second, less silver-bordered suggestion is Twin Ballistas

On NTC #041:

The ability name is "Twin" and it lets you explicitly say things like "If ~ is a twin..." and "If ~ has a twin".

I don't have a good cardname for that though.

On NTC #041:

­Conflagration Field

­Barrage --

Obviously barrage only works if the mechanic gets used on violent-y cards, but that's a possible interpretation, it doesn't have to be an "all enchantments" mechanic the first time it appears.

On NTC #041:

Card name: Spreading Flames

Mechanic name: facsimile (I wish echo wasn't taken)

On NTC #041:

Welcome back to Name That Card!

We were recently talking about how to make enchantments relevant again (though I can't figure out where, so if someone else can link to the convo, that would be great.) Here's part of my take. We have to stop being afraid of printing seals, ala Seal of Strength. I think a lot of people have in their heads that enchantments shouldn't become sorceries/instants because that's what sorceries/instants do. But creatures roughly swallowed up the role of enchantments some time around Legions. It's only fair for enchantments to dig into another card type's space.

Today's card features something that an enchantment can do well: hang around on the battlefield until it's needed later. The result is somewhat similar to flashback, except you get to pay in installments and the card doesn't hide in the graveyard.

But the keyword mechanic needs a name, as well as the card. Whatchu got?

On Exchange Program:
On Exchange Program:

Link picks up this one, as Exchange Program squeaks ahead of a five way tie for second.

See you all in NTC #041!

On Exchange Program:

Snuck them in under the wire. ;)

Polling is now open! Vote for your favorite name here!

On Exchange Program:

­Rebirth of Heroes

On Exchange Program:

Goblin Nursery

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