Name That Card

Name That Card by jmgariepy

60 cards in Multiverse

1 with no rarity, 14 commons, 25 uncommons,
16 rares, 4 mythics

8 white, 10 blue, 9 black, 7 red, 7 green,
10 multicolour, 7 artifact, 1 land, 1 scheme

693 comments total

A (sort of) contest for naming odd cards.

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 C 
Creature – ?
Flying
When NTC #060 deals combat damage to a player, that plyer exiles two cards from their graveyard.
2/2
3 comments
last 2021-03-02 16:32:04 by Froggychum
 C 
Sorcery
Look at the top two cards of your library. You may reveal any creature or land cards from among them and put them into your hand. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.
15 comments
last 2021-02-28 05:52:13 by jmgariepy
 R 
Artifact
{t}, Sacrifice Contraband Lotus: Add three mana of any one color.
12 comments
last 2021-02-19 06:32:37 by jmgariepy
 U 
Colour indicator U Insant
Madness {0} (If you discard this card, discard it into exile. When you do, cast it for its madness cost or put it into your graveyard.)
If you control an Island, draw two cards, then discard a card.
9 comments
last 2021-02-09 04:24:01 by jmgariepy
 C 
Creature – Fungus
Budding Thallid enters the battlefield with a ? counter on it.
Remove a ? counter from Budding Thallid: Target creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn.
1/1
18 comments
last 2021-01-31 07:21:36 by jmgariepy

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On NTC #060:

Purifying Spirit

Creature Type = Spirit

On NTC #060:

Huh. It's some kind of trash eater. Black has plenty of options there; but white has fewer. Still some though; and I think this one is a seagull. I'd suggest it should be a region-name seagull - but since we don't know the regions, I go hit me up some related latin. Rissan Gull (Oh, and sub-type Bird)

On NTC #060:

Welcome back! Originally, I was making a bloated Chinese menu for white and just started going ham with the charm-like abilities. I realized I didn't want to purge an entire graveyard next to abilities like "gain 3 life" and "create a 1/1 token", though, so I dug around and realized that cleaning your opponent's graveyard, but letting your opponent make the choices sounded like a rather White way to do things.

Add a little repetition through creature damage, and we get this card. Flying was added so the solution wouldn't be too obvious. ;) What's this card? And what's this card's creature type?

On Forest Stroll:

I had to be the tie-breaker between Hunter's Trail and Forest Stroll, and I decided to give it to Froggy. I like strolling; I need to do it more often.

See everybody on NTC #060!

On Forest Stroll:
On Forest Stroll:

Gather Provisions

On Forest Stroll:

I debated what version would end up in the card but figured it wouldn't affect my choice of name much :) I think wizards avoid letting you look at the top cards without being able to change them, to avoid feeling helpless when you know something useless is coming, so it would have to be either "on the bottom" or "on the top or bottom". And the choice is probably too much thinking for common :)

I did CONSIDER whether it was deliberate that you looked at them but had to carefully avoid mixing them so your opponent could see you put them back in the same order. Like carefully following a fairie path without leaving the path. But I assumed that was not deliberate design :)

Alex: Good point "trail" is a good noun here

On Forest Stroll:

Heh. Well, as I said - the chance that you're ever going to get a useful bluff out of (when you could choose to look and then not-reveal-or-take) it is almost nil anyway.

On Forest Stroll:

You know, that's a reasonable card. It's arguably more powerful, since, if you're packing non-creature spells in your deck, you probably have a good reason. But also because knowledge is power. But my original intention was for this to work like Adventurous Impulse and all the other cards that operate like that. So I errated it toward my intention. Now I'm wondering if I should have errated it closer to the way it was accidentally written.

Ah well, too late now. I've already made two accidental functional changes to the card. Making another one would be straight up confusing.

On Forest Stroll:

Oh. I had thought the difference where if you didn't pick them you had revealed your next couple of draws was intentional.

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