Cards With No Home

Cards With No Home by Alex

2537 cards in Multiverse

589 with no rarity, 275 commons, 609 uncommons,
797 rares, 259 mythics, 4 basics, 4 tokens

1 token black, 1 token red, 1 token artifact, 1 colourless blue, 40 colourless, 308 white, 375 blue, 246 black, 292 red,
240 green, 563 multicolour, 73 hybrid, 21 split, 176 artifact, 195 land, 2 scheme, 2 plane

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Cards that don't fit into our actual themed sets. Open to all: throw your random ideas in here, or come along for some random ideas for your set.

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Enchantment
Everything is every color and colorless.
 U 
Enchantment – Aura
Enchant creature
Identity- Enchanted creature deals lethal damage to another creature. (When a creature meets the condition, it gains Hunter's Prowess as an identity. When Hunter's Prowess becomes an identity, it is no longer considered a card and cannot be unattached and remains attached even when the enchanted creature changes zones).
Gain 4 life whenever the enchanted creature deals combat damage to a creature. If Hunter's Prowess is an identity of the enchanted creature, you may draw a card when the creature deals combat damage to another creature.
1 comment
2020-08-09 23:16:37 by Sorrow
 R 
Creature – Hydra
Spellbane Hydra enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters.

Remove a +1/+1 counter from Spellbane Hydra,{u},{t}: Counter target spell unless its controller pays {2}.
0/0
2 comments
last 2020-08-07 19:31:09 by dude1818
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Legendary Creature – Angel
Flying, lifelink, double strike
At the beginning of your end step, if you both own and control Gisela, Tormented Heart and a creature named Bruna, Besieged Mind, exile them, then meld them into Bruna and Gisela, Titan Slayers.
She hears the voice of madness, but fights it each day.
Illus. Ryan Yee
4/4
Bruna and Gisela, Titan Slayers
 
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Legendary Creature – Angel
Flying, double strike, lifelink, protection from colourless
Your opponents can’t cast colourless spells.
Whenever Bruna and Gisela attacks, destroy up to one target creature with flying.
Only through each other’s strength could they defeat Emrakul and save their plane.
Illus. Sandara + Edli + Vincent Price
9/9
6 comments
last 2020-08-06 06:39:49 by Alex
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Legendary Creature – Angel
Flying
Whenever you cast an Aura spell, you may return target creature card from your graveyard to the battlefield. When you do, you may change that spell’s target to that creature if able.
(Melds with Gisela, Tormented Heart)
She sees the nightmare visions, but resists them each night.
Illus. Inna Vjuzhanina
5/5
4 comments
last 2020-08-05 18:09:44 by Izaac

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On Hunter's Prowess:

Today denizens of Multiverse, I present to you a new, born a search for mechanics that could be unique to auras.

Once a creature gains an identity, that identity lasts until the game ends. I added a clause to avoid dealing with "Destroy target enchantment" effects. Once a creature gains an identity, the identity becomes part of the creature (hence, the aura not being considered a card anymore), and its abilities are now part of that creature.

How do you know which copy of the creature has what identities when the creature is shuffled into the library? For physically-played Magic I have a simple solution that I believe to be elegant and is inspired by the check-cards for double-faced cards: a blank card. The blank card has the normal card backing that Magic: the Gathering cards have and has a blank front so that the player can write the name of the creature and its identities when the creature is shuffled into the library.

I would expect that other zones would not often have the same risk of not knowing whether a copy of the creature had gained any identities.

My greatest detraction of this proposed mechanic is that there's a lack innate usefulness the Identity mechanic- it's buildup that will rarely be relevant since the creature with the Identity is not guaranteed to come back from whichever zone it gets sent.

On Spellbane Hydra:

Should be "U, T, Remove..."

On Spellbane Hydra:
On Gisela, Tormented Heart:

The trinket text on the back side (after the three abilities shared with Gisela) is all specifically anti-Emrakul. They didn't just fight the Eldrazi spawn, they took down the titan. (Somehow. It's not like I worked out an entire backstory. This was more emotional catharsis than full alternate history :P)

And yes, it's reinterpreting the flavour of meld. But frankly, I'm expecting meld to come back sometime in the next 5-15 years, and I'm pretty certain the flavour will be very different next time it does. But this was designed as an alternate pair of cards for Eldritch Moon, the set that introduced meld as its big splashy mechanic, and I can't imagine the story highlight legendary pair would use a different "two go together" mechanic and not meld.

On Gisela, Tormented Heart:

I mean it could have had partner and not meld. Would make more sense since Melding is explicitly an eldrazi thing (atm) and it would alleviate the issues faced by Bruna being a better card than the meld pair.

It's good, don't get me wrong but it also feels like you just flipped the coin over instead of wondering what would actually happen had the two angels not been mind warped. As ironic as it sounds, the reality would not mirror the alternate universe at all methinks.

And even if it did I think there's a better way of showing that "Gisela and Bruna can fight eldrazi good" besides having them kill flyers. I mean why do they smite down Dawn Gryff and not Mockery of Nature?

On Bruna, Besieged Mind:

The same eldritch moon that was in the same standard as Cartouche of Solidarity? Or even Conviction?

I don't think it would be difficult to play the control game until turn 6, somewhere along the way discard Emrakul or your choice of fatty and go off. Then again, that would be nothing compared to what people were already doing in that standard... before the bans. I don't think this card would be banned but it'd be in the conversation for being too good.

On Gisela, Tormented Heart:

I have a lot of fondness for the original Gisela, Blade of Goldnight. She is a beatstick, but she also synergises particularly well with your own first strikers / double strikers. The problem is that the current wording for meld takes up so many words that there really isn't room for anything interesting on the front side here, especially with wanting a mirrored flavour text to the EMN Gisela.

This triplet ended up one of the three runners-up in the contest, which I was fairly happy about. The commenters mostly liked it but really wished they'd been partners so you could have both of them as commanders, but that would need even more words.

On Bruna, Besieged Mind:

This can only reanimate if you cast Aura spells. That's very hard to do the turn you cast this, and it's not especially easy to repeatedly do either. Unless you're going full combo with Shimmering Wings or whatever, of course. A combo deck that aims to ramp to 6, while also self-milling, and also have a bunch of 1-mana Auras would be pretty odd.

...That is, unless this shares an environment with Sentinel's Eyes or some such. Hm, yes, that's a bit too synergistic. The idea was this would be in Eldritch Moon though.

On Man-Eater Baloth:

I really like this card, and I think that it's numbers are on point for the effect, though maybe only as a sideboard card considering this could wind up as a dead card (6 mana 5/5 is crap for green, either if they are behind or ahead on board).

Also, I think it should say, "equal or less than loyalty" because then a 5/5 can kill a 5 health walker, and not just a 4 health walker, which is unintuitive and I missed the first readthrough.

On Man-Eater Baloth:

"... fights target planeswalker."

(:<

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