Community Mashup Set

Community Mashup Set by ttt3142

749 cards in Multiverse

235 with no rarity, 86 commons, 177 uncommons,
222 rares, 29 mythics

5 colourless, 111 white, 91 blue, 118 black, 135 red, 107 green,
75 multicolour, 22 hybrid, 1 split, 52 artifact, 31 land, 1 scheme

1969 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.

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Enchantment – Aura
Enchanted creature has "{t}:Deal damage equal to its power to target." and "Damage this creature deals may be prevented, by paying {1} per point of damage."
last 2018-11-14 14:13:47 by Vitenka
Spuzzem Creature – Wurm
{t}: Reveal the top card of target opponents library. Mask Wurm may fight it.
Mask i Flaxplan – Wurm im Flaxzeug
Illus. Fraukes Federspiele
last 2018-11-14 02:54:34 by jmgariepy
The forest spell
Whenever an instant or sorcery goes to your graveyard, you may exile it. If you do, put a forest land token into play.
1 comment
2018-11-12 09:49:54 by Vitenka
Creature – Cat Shaman
Whenever you cycle a card, you may give target creature +3/+3.
1 comment
2018-11-09 10:49:58 by Vitenka
Choose a creature; it takes 5 damage.
If it has hexproof, then it dies to its owners hand, instead of the graveyard.
last 2018-09-27 15:41:56 by Vitenka

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On Phase Knife:

No, I kinda agree. I guess you could make it red and justify "Yeah, it's a weak version of a pinger, massive downside - but hey, at least it's cheap". But the defensive-only use just doesn't feel red. It's white; if anything (and again, horribly weak).

So maybe this actually wants to cost {r}{w}? Ugh.

On Phase Knife:

Blue shouldn't be able to prevent damage like that though. But if you're in the camp that blue is allowed every mechanic, then it's not worth arguing

On Phase Knife:

On an opponents creature it's a really expensive way of stopping it being able to deal damage.

Damage prevention side could make it white; but I figured this was so very bad at it that's it's more like blue freezing. And I still believe in Prodigal Sorcerer.

But "My turn? You have little mana up? Cast this on my 10/10 that you've been constantly chump blocking." is certainly a thing.

On Phase Knife:

How'd this end up blue? Ping auras are solidly established in red, and land freezing is sorta red too. I don't actually see the utility of using this on opponents' creature; being able to ping and drain their mana seems pretty useful

On Phase Knife:

­Nafs Asp + Oiled Flint Stabber

Huh, one of the few arabian nights cards I owned. 1/1, saboteur: pay or ping, And... wow, power creep much. 2/1 first strike, deathrattle: ping. Common theme of course being the ping.

You know, I like the skill tetsing 'pay or...' we don't get to see it much. It is obviously less powerful than pure ping, but somewho more satisfying.

It has interesting interations will Power Sink too, but that's kinda historical interest.

So, here we go. Probably best to have this enchantment rather than equipment; since you prooobably want to use it on an opponents creature. But hey, maybe sometimes you don't :) Maybe they tapped out and one big unblockable attack is all you need.

certainly not common; and just way too niche in general. Not splashy wenough for mythic. So it's a (junk) rare.

Templating is hard. Don't do it.

On Mask Wurm:

Agreed. This creature is making decisions of its own free will. Honorary Spuzzem.

On Mask Wurm:

Should this be a spuzzem?

On Mask Wurm:

­Enlisted Wurm + Dishonorable Mask

­{g/w} 5/5 with cascade 6, and menace + deathtouch as long as you're smallest.

So both have a component of "Look for something smaller".

Well, a crazy idea just came to me, and I like it, so I'm doing it. This is sorta kinda like super-menace. It can attack so hard it goes right past the opponents creatures, and the opponent, and right into their library.

On Gosh, so Crule:

­Svogthos, the Restless Tomb + Cruel Wizardry

A man-land, size of your graveyard. And all of your instants and sorceries have "kill a creature and discard a card" spliced on. That's abonkers.

All your sorceries get a land spliced on? That's much saner (presuming you cost it high enough that you can't drop it turn 1-3)

Searching your deck for lands and shuffling is annoying. So add the 'exile it' clause so that you've got a handy card you can use as the token. And be optional because whjy would you want a downside on a card like this? Other stuff that cares abotu your graveyard, flashback spells etc. can make this slightly skill testing and more interesting than it looks on the surface.

But you don't care about this; you want to drop this, then chain-cast Kodama's Reach. That's the dream.

No good name, throw in a pseudo anagram.

On Roarfinder Cavt:

­Forgotten Cave + Pathfinder Blade

A land that you can cycle if you don't need it. And "Revealing a land is giant growth".

So "cycling is giant growth". That would be kinda good. But that's just a balance issue. After all, cycling costs mana.

And it seems oddly untapped. The only thing I can see close is Resounding Roar, and that's really not very close at all.

Gives me some creatuve to base it on though. Could vvery legitimately be mythic; but I'm gonna push and try uncommon - as a "Go forth and build a 'cycle all of the things' deck" buildaround.

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