What is Multiverse?

How to use Multiverse: View and Comment on Cards

You can view and comment on most cards without any form of registration. Simply browse the set's cards, using the Visual Spoiler or other views, and add your comments using the text box on each card's page.

You can explore a cardset in a few ways:

How to use Multiverse: Add Cards

There are two ways to get cards into Multiverse. You can either add them one at a time using the New Card page, or import several cards at once using the Import Data page.

New Card

The New Card page lets you specify each of the properties of a card, in the place where you'd expect to find them on a card.

You can also specify some other options for a card.

Import Data

You can add large numbers of cards to Multiverse at once by using the Import Data page.

If you've designed your cards elsewhere, you can import them into Multiverse with this page.

You should export your set data in a Character-Separated Values format, where field values are separated by a comma or other single character. You must provide a formatting line to tell us which order your fields are in and what character is serving as your separating character. The formatting line must contain only your separating character and any subset of the following field names in any order:
name, manacost, supertype, type, subtype, rarity, rulestext, flavourtext, power, toughness, loyalty, art_url, image_url, artist, code, colour, comment
Accepted aliases: cardtype for type; cost for manacost; text for rulestext; flavortext for flavourtext; color for colour; art for art_url; image for image_url; notes for comment. A field may not be repeated, nor may it and its alias both be present.

Any fields may be omitted. In conjunction with the "Replace with new" option, non-specified fields for existing cards will be left as they are. You can use this to make partial edits en masse.
If the colour field is omitted, the colour will then be deduced from each card's mana cost.
The comment field will be used to create an initial comment on the card.
Every line in the data must contain the same number of the separating character, or be entirely blank.

An example formatting line, using the separating character %:
In this example, for each card, the colour will be deduced from the mana cost, the rarity will default to common, the flavour text will default to empty, and no initial comments will be created.

You can specify what action should be taken if imported cards have the same name or code as existing cards in the cardset. "Replace with new" will overwrite the old card with the new data; "Preserve old" will abandon the imported card and leave the old card unchanged; "Duplicate" will create a new card in the database with the same name and/or code as the old card, which will be left unchanged.
If a card being imported has the same (nonempty) code as an existing card in your cardset before the import, and the same name as a different existing card in your cardset, the code rather than the name will be used to determine the "old card".

The recognised values of the colour field are: White, Blue, Black, Red, Green, Artifact, Multicolour, Colourless, Hybrid whiteblue, Hybrid whiteblack, Hybrid blueblack, Hybrid bluered, Hybrid blackred, Hybrid blackgreen, Hybrid redgreen, Hybrid redwhite, Hybrid greenwhite, Hybrid greenblue, Land colourless, Land white, Land blue, Land black, Land red, Land green, Land whiteblue, Land whiteblack, Land blueblack, Land bluered, Land blackred, Land blackgreen, Land redgreen, Land redwhite, Land greenwhite, Land greenblue, Land multicolour.
If the colour field is not specified, it will be deduced from the type and mana cost. However, the colour affiliation of lands will not be deduced; you must specify them (or edit the imported cards afterwards).