Plagiarism Cube

Plagiarism Cube by Phopus

68 cards in Multiverse

33 commons, 18 uncommons, 15 rares, 2 mythics

2 colourless, 7 white, 12 blue, 10 black, 10 red,
9 green, 6 multicolour, 7 artifact, 5 land

37 comments total

The goal here is to make a set entirely of cards designed based on other IPs (intellectual properties). Each IP gets only one card.

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The goal here is to make a set entirely of cards designed based on other IPs (intellectual properties). Each IP gets only one card. I'm also trying to push into some chaotic and new design space. Feel free to suggest IPs I may have missed!

Each card has its IP listed in bold flavor text (unless the card name and IP name are the same)

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Legendary Artifact Planeswalker – Apex
Whenever a creature dies, create a colorless Scrap artifact token.

+1: Apex, Invasive Predator deals 1 damage to any target.

-3: Sacrifice ten permanents. If you do, destroy all creatures you don’t control.
Android: Netrunner
last 2020-09-12 20:12:34 by Phopus
Legendary Creature – Human Mutant
Professor X enters the battlefield with X mind counters on it.

Your opponents play with their hands revealed.

Once per turn, you may cast a spell from an opponent's hand with converted mana cost less than or equal to the number of mind counters on Professor X, then remove a mind counter from Professor X.
last 2020-09-12 19:08:39 by Phopus
{t}, Exile Time Machine: End the turn.
last 2020-09-05 17:15:28 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey)
{3}, {t}: Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a land card. If it is a nonbasic land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped. Otherwise, put it into your hand. Put the other cards revealed this way on the bottom of your library in a random order.
last 2020-09-05 17:14:09 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey)
Destroy target creature with flying. If it’s a Vehicle, its controller sacrifices a tapped creature.
last 2020-09-05 17:09:52 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey)

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On Apex, Invasive Predator:

You bring up a fair point. WotC has not printed Planeswalkers with other card types even when it would have been appropriate.

I do usually follow official design policy, but here I think I'm gonna keep it an artifact to see how it plays. There are two reasons for this: one of the goals of this set is to try out a lot of new things, and I don't need to balance cards around anything outside of the set.

On Professor X:

Yeah, sorry. Some of these cards are incomplete thoughts at the moment. I have updated it now to at least make some sense.

On Professor X:

There are two possible interpretations of this:

1) The card costs {x}{u} to play and enters as an X/X. Later, you can choose any card in an opponent's hand, and pay the CMC of that card whatever it is, to cast it. It needs words to make it an X/X, probably like Ivy Elemental.

2) The card costs {x}{u} to play and is something like a 2/2. Whatever X you chose and paid, that's the CMC of cards you can cast from opponents' hands. It needs words to help you preserve the value of X from casting time to later activation time, probably like Riptide Replicator.

On Professor X:

What does it mean, then?

On Professor X:
on 2020-09-11 14:56:54 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey):

It already says opps play with their hands revealed, and @Vitenka, the X in the CMC has nothing to do with the X in the activated ability.

On Professor X:

Hmm, yeah - it needs some way to remember the value of X between the casting and the invocation. (At least, I assume that's meant to be how it works?) And you probably need to add explicitly revealing their hand too.

It's a very interesting card, though.

On Professor X:
on 2020-09-10 15:51:44 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey):

Card is missing a power and toughness, and also the X in the cost does not do anything.

On Apex, Invasive Predator:

Being a planeswalker overwrites all other types. It's insanely abusable mechanically to have them be artifacts, and no one questions why they aren't creatures. Note that Calix isn't an enchantment either, even though he's nyxborn

On Apex, Invasive Predator:

There's nothing in the rules preventing it - there's at least one that spends some time as a creature. Though this isn't really taking advantage of its extra type, it's just an extra vulnerability.

On Time Machine:
on 2020-09-05 17:15:28 by Thatonesungod(Jeffrey):

Its also pretty powerful, much like any time controlling power.

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