A Game of Thrones

A Game of Thrones by Burai-sama

19 cards in Multiverse

1 with no rarity, 1 uncommon, 3 rares, 14 mythics

1 colourless, 3 white, 1 blue, 2 black,
1 green, 9 multicolour, 1 hybrid, 1 artifact

8 comments total

George R.R. Martin's Opus on MTG

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Colour indicator MULTI Legendary Creature – Human Noble
You are the monarch.

As Robert, the Usurper enters the battlefield, choose a player.

Whenever a creature you control deals combat damage to a player, it deals that much damage to the chosen player.

"I swear to you, I was never so alive as when I was winning this throne, or so dead as now that I've won it."
—Robert to Eddard Stark
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Colour indicator WR Legendary Creature – Human Noble
When Tyrion, the Imp enters the battlefield draw a card.

{1},{t}: Add one mana of any color. If you are the monarch add 3 extra mana of any color instead.

"Let me give you some counsel, bastard. Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness."
- Tyrion to Jon Snow
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Colour indicator WG Legendary Creature – Human Noble
Partner with Catelyn, Lady of Winterell.

Soldiers you control gain +1/+1

When Eddard, Lord of Winterfell enters the battlefield, create two 1/1 white Soldier creature tokens.

{2}{w}{w}{t}: Populate, then populate again.

"Winter is Coming"
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Colour indicator UB Legendary Creature – Human Advisor
At the beginning of your end step, if you’re the monarch, each opponent loses 1 life and you gain 1 life.

{b}{u}, {t}: Put a bribery counter on target creature you don’t control. Its controller draws a card.

Creatures with bribery counters on them can’t attack you or block attacking creatures you control.

"I did warn you not to trust me, you know."
-Petyr Baelish to Ned Stark
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Colour indicator G Legendary Creature – Human Noble
Defender
"Old stories are like old friends. You have to visit them from time to time."

—Bran to Meera
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last 2020-06-24 19:14:37 by Burai-sama

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On Bran, the Broken:

I'm laying out the basic card structure and developing the abilities as I go, that's why so many of the cards are underwhelming. Thanks for the comment tho, I'll definitely consider that for Hodor!

On Bran, the Broken:

Bran shouldn't have defender. He should make a green legendary 3/3 human Hodor creature token with "Hodor can't attack alone."

On Bran, the Broken:

Seems excessively costly. I mean, you can get a 0/3 wall for {g} - Wall of Wood. Heck, you can get a 0/1 without defender for {0} - Crimson Kobolds.

On Sansa, Lone Little Bird:

Lol I just copy pasted from the wiki

On Sansa, Lone Little Bird:

If you're looking to use a quote the book, and assuming the book doesn't use quotation marks for character thoughts for some reason, then it should say:

*"She blushed prettily. She did everything prettily, Arya thought with dull resentment"

-Author, Book Title*

On Sansa, Lone Little Bird:

Agreed with dude, though some more nitpicking might be in order.

should probably read as this (don't use the comma if the quote doesn't have another quote following it. I used one because you did, and I've never read the book nor do I have a copy to check):

"She blushed prettily. She did everything prettily," Arya thought with dull resentment.

On Sansa, Lone Little Bird:

Its name is Lady

Also, you don't need to attribute the quote to Arya when the quote itself says Arya is thinking it

On Sansa, Lone Little Bird:

Will a nameless legend cause any issues down the line? Maybe it's ok?

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