Monday, June 24, 2013

MUCMonday #38

Making Up Cards Monday #38:

And now for our most popular segment of Snow Covered Swamp: MUCMonday.

Encroaching Terrain - 0
When Encroaching Terrain enters the battlefield, pay {1}. If you don’t, sacrifice it.
When Encroaching Terrain enters the battlefield you may search your library for a basic land card, reveal it, and put it into your hand.
Encroaching Terrain enters the battlefield tapped.
{T}: Add {1} to your mana pool.

A card Lolzor made up. It originally didn't have the Rupture Spire clause of paying 1, but then a starting hand of 3 of these would be the absolute best in the game. It's still pretty amazing.

Lolzor here: I was looking to make a some non basic lands at the common/uncommon level to fill in our set...this seemed different yet powerful...there is a second one made for the set to be revealed later.

Train of Blight - 4
Artifact Creature - Juggernaut
Train of Blight attacks each turn if able.
Whenever Train of Blight deal combat damage to a player, you may pay {2}{B}. If you do, Train of Blight gains Wither.

Lolzor here on this card too: TRAIN TRAIN BROOOOOOO!!!
So we have a train cycle we are making basically designed for the "23rd card" slot in a draft. It's playable but not optimal in any way. This one actually has more power than the rest in my opinion because wither is very strong so you could do real damage here.

Volatile Constituent
Volatile Constituent is red.
Apothic - Whenever you cast a red spell, you may reveal Volatile Constituent from your hand. If you do, discard a card at random from your hand and put a copy of this spell on the stack. Use this ability only once per turn.
If a red source would deal damage this turn, that source deals that much damage plus one.

Our newest cycle. Expect a Megacycle actually. It uses a similar mechanic to Forecast, except conditional.

Lolzooorrrrrrr: ok so the apothic cycle came out of just a conversation about the word and snowballed into a set of really interesting cards. I'm excited to show you guys the rest.

Thanks for reading! Tune in next week for more!

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