Zin-Scien 戰訊

Zin-Scien 戰訊 by amuseum

50 cards in Multiverse

21 commons, 12 uncommons, 9 rares, 8 mythics

3 white, 14 blue, 2 black, 2 red,
15 green, 8 multicolour, 6 land

46 comments total

{W}{B}{R} v {U}{G}

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 U 
Creature – Human Cleric
{t}: Target creature gains deathtouch until end of turn.
1/1
 M 
Planeswalker – Kiora
+2: Until end of turn, whenever a land enters the battlefield under your control, draw a card.
-2: Put a creature card from your hand onto the battlefield.
-6: You get an emblem with "Creatures you control are 9/9."
4
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last 2016-04-27 03:42:07 by amuseum
 R 
Legendary Creature – Human King
fame (When this enters the battlefield, you gain 1 honor until this leaves the battlefield.)
You can't lose honor.
2/2
 C 
Creature – Goblin Warrior
defame (When this enters the battlefield, target opponent loses 1 honor until this leaves the battlefield.)
2/2
 C 
Creature – Rat Rogue
notorious (Whenever this creature deals combat damage to a player, that player loses 1 honor.)
1/2

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On Kiora, Commander of the Deep:

BFZ has a similarly named "Kiora, Master of the Depths" vs this "Commander of the Deep"

On Wise Kraken:

i made it up on a whim. but apparently i'm not alone.

http://vevemvir.tumblr.com/post/84690176134/che-chim-cher-better-than-ve-vem-vir (same reason i chose 'ch')

http://wander-argentina.com/argentinismos/ ('che' used to call out someone, like 'hey')

http://feministphilosophers.wordpress.com/2013/04/11/sweden-adopts-gender-neutral-pronoun/ (see 8th comment)

if i was a minimalist, i'd propose 'e', 'em', and 'er'.

On Wise Kraken:

"che" as a gender-neutral pronoun? Not seen that one before. I've seen zie, xe, and of course s/he and they. I reckon "they" is the best - it's got centuries of precedent, and the grammatical arguments against are mostly spurious.

On Draining Whelk*:

reprint

On Wise Kraken:

first card ever with phrase "plays a card"? ­Recycle on a stick affects all players

On Green Grove:

flesh out later

On Blue Isle:

flesh out later

On Legless Snake:

Legless snake. lol

On Weeping Willow:
On Green Algae:
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