Community Mashup Set

Community Mashup Set by ttt3142

758 cards in Multiverse

236 with no rarity, 87 commons, 184 uncommons,
224 rares, 27 mythics

5 colourless, 115 white, 94 blue, 118 black, 135 red, 112 green,
72 multicolour, 22 hybrid, 1 split, 52 artifact, 31 land, 1 scheme

1994 comments total

A place for people to put their mashup cards.

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This cardset is dedicated to the kind of design challenge known as Mash-ups. The way a mash-up works is: you select two cards and try to create one card that contains elements of both of them, combined into a reasonably elegant whole. A common way of selecting cards is randomly: to select a random printed card, you can use the Gatherer Random Card button or one of the alternatives. If you want to use Multiverse cards in your random selection, you can use Multiverse's random cards function.

This cardset is free for anyone to create cards, so feel free to mash away! It's a good way to keep your card design skills exercised. Post in the comments what the source cards were.

Cardset comments (6)

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Artifact Creature
{3}: Search your hand or library for an aura. Put it into play, enchanting Large Brick. Shuffle.
1/1
4 comments
last 2019-01-17 21:52:15 by Froggychum
C7d89738e2c2ea436849eb00399ecc2c
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Sorcery
Create a 3/3 blue lion token.
If you control a red creature, create a 5/5 red wyrm token instead.
2 comments
last 2019-01-16 14:13:16 by Froggychum
Flying cat 1614244i
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Legendary Creature – Spirit Cat
When you cast a spirit or arcane spell, put a ki counter on Bakeneko.
{t}: Flip Bakeneko.
2/1
 
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Legendary Creature – Spirit
At the end of each turn, you may remove a ki counter and create a 1/1 flying cat.
1/3
4 comments
last 2019-01-15 17:01:04 by Vitenka
 
As an additional cost to cast Thoughtsong, exert two creatures.

Until end of turn, your creatures have protection
2 comments
last 2019-01-14 13:11:52 by Froggychum
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Artifact
Whenever you add mana from an artifact, add one more instead.
{t}: Add {0} to you mana pool.
2 comments
last 2019-01-13 00:38:33 by dude1818

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On Large Brick:

"I hoe they adopt my clearly superior idea soon."

this made me nose exhale

On Large Brick:

I greatly prefer it; it's just a really nice way of adding static abilitiies and I hoe they adopt my clearly superior idea soon.

Anyway; changed this to a much nicer implementation. Now it's just a crappy 1/1 vanilla. But so very quickly you can make it.. well; mildly less terrible because aura's are bad. But the thought counts for something; right?

On Large Brick:

Why would you put keywords on the type line. It looks so bad and wouldn't be readable on real cards

On Large Brick:

­Basalt Monolith + Air Elemental

Wow. Two cards from alpha edition! Store mana for a later turn, and a large flying brick.

... The monolith is also a brick.

... Whelp, I just named my card. And since we're dredging up history; there was an old comic strip with the amusing imagery of "I layered too too many enchantments on an artifact". Let's make the result of that.

Whiiich I cannot find. Damnit. It was something like "Animated, flying, unstable, firebreathing, giant-growth, basalt monolith"

Uh, switch {r} to {u} because seriously, gold?

So.. I guess I made a junk rare. Someone somewhere will like it though. It is, effectively, going to be 17/17 to the face, if you can actually get it into play though :)

On Crag Mantra:

yeah this is the perfect "we jack-pollock'd our set plz send help" card. Otherwise it feels really wrong.

On Crag Mantra:

­Barrenton Cragtreads + Belet Mantra

3/3, unblockable by red, silly name and type and cost. And gain 4, or 8 life if you have a vanilla.

The obvious match seems to be 'bigger version of something if you control a red creature'.

And is itself a vanilla non-red creature. Um. Ok; so that's a logic-bug. But we can make a non-red vanilla token. That would work.

4/8 is a bit much. Tone it down to 3/5.

This would have to belong in some set like 'shard of alara' where colours are bleeding all over the place. Green can certainly make big token creatures; but green making blue or red tokens? That's some funny world you got there.

On Bakeneko:

Certainly could have been; but Kamigawa era did it this way.

On Bakeneko:

yeah that's a mess... might not be you either.

Actually a neat idea, but could have just been a transform-er (not the new tcg by maro) :P

On Bakeneko:

It might be my font size; but wow, flip cards are unreadable for me. The type line and... the rarity box I think... are half overlapping the text boxes.

On Bakeneko:

­Outlaw Technician + Lingering Souls

3/1 haste, and a 1/1 flier, for the price of a firebird. And two 1/1 fliers, with flashback.

So I guess I'm doing something that makes 1/1 flier token(s).

By general "I started typing and here we are" I declare that to be a cat. Famously, Japanese cats have wings; so we're in Kamigawa. Which means I'm making a legend.

I don't actually remember there being cat demons in kamigawa? Did they miss that out? There's equipment, and a cat-dragon in commander... Huh.

Right, so - Bakeneko (because the nekomata is overdone and Kamigawa always chose the slightly more obscure legend when it could). Wikpedia says:
The abilities attributed to the bakeneko are various, but include shapeshifting into humans, wearing a towel or napkin on the head and dancing, speaking human words, cursing humans, manipulating dead people, possessing humans, and lurking in the mountains and taking wolves along with them to attack travelers.
Because of course it does.

I am not even going to speculate what "Wearing a towel on the head" would mean mechanically. Also, I think that particular legend probably confused "Demonic cat!" with "Cute kitten!". Uh, where was I? Right. Shapeshifting is interesting. I could do a kamigawa flip card? Ughhhh they were SUCH a bad idea. Still, I don't think I did a non-joke one. So let's do that.

So I guess one side makes flying cats. Probably best if that's the flip side, it seems like a "And now... cats everywhere!" thing should be a reward.

So what makes it flip? Catnip. Um. Lamp oil? No... Triggers are HARD. Doesn't feel like plain old combat damage or graveyard should do it. Cast enough spirit or arcane, counters... mehhh. Ok; how about charge up and flip when you like. That works.

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