Another attempt at a planeswalker-friendly card that works without planeswalkers.
Honestly not sure if this is balanced. It’s probably too slow to matter over-much in constructed, but in Limited it could be really mean. So yeah, ignore that common symbol there. Shouldn’t be common.
No art again, sadly.
Usually imakethecard complains about how I increase the cost of the designs I reblog, but this time I think the cost of the original card was way too much. The existing Magic card Afiya Grove is very similar to this card and 1G didn’t make it a broken card, so I figure this one won’t be either (even though it’s strictly better than Afiya Grove). I also added “you may” so you’re not forced to place beneficial counters on your opponent’s cards.
I didn’t post a Hatsune Miku card for her birthday on August 31, so hopefully this makes up for it.
A year ago on Affinity for Anime
TV and Blu-Ray versions of KoiChoco. In case you didn’t get it, this card is a joke about the overzealous white-out censoring some TV anime resort to.
I had this card idea ages ago, and I like it enough that I actually made flavour text. I also tried to find art, but failed.
I mostly like this card because although it looks scary and overpowering, it’s actually pretty tricky to make use of. Unless you have Paradox Haze or serious stalling ability or something, you’ll find it hard to get going. And it’s very fragile at first. So if someone can make it good, my hat is off to them.
Full art …because imakethecard couldn’t find any.
Well, imakethecard wanted someone to make this card better. How about adding hexproof to make it less fragile? Of course, I think that warrants upping the color requirements in the casting cost (there I go again increasing the cost of imakethecard’s designs).
And of course, I gave the card a bit of anime flavoring with the idea of a mad scientist who wanted to create his own harem, but the girls end up not being interested in him. Sounds about right for a harem anime plot, right?
Time for another theme week! Presenting Coat of Arms week, day 1. Simon and Boota from Gurren Lagann and the flaming skull of the Great Gurren Brigade.