192884403 wrote:surely one can't say complex conditional passive language is bad grammar ?
Obviously there is some silent majority out there that mandated this, but I just can't figure out what type of player it is.
A great day for discard kind. I hope all those who've always loved the discard theme of Black, but never found a way to make it worthwhile, get to play this card to great effect. Kudos.
Wow, guys way to support YMTC. Wizards must be so pumped at all this positive reaction they're getting over the contest!It could have been a lot worse guys. We got a fun, flavorful build around card. It's not a constructed powerhouse but they can't all be Crucible of Worlds.
PS: I am happy and grateful for chance to participate in small part of my favourite game. In fact, if wizards would not offer chance to participate on it, there would be less non content people. What a paradox. Somebody (wizards) gives gift for free (chance to participate) and receiver (non content players) is complaining. :-(
Shouldnt we wait until we see the cost?
Hm, I guess it's an OK card from Timmy's point of view.
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Hm, I guess it's an OK card from Timmy's point of view.I think you have Timmy and Johnny mixed up. Johnny's the one who likes to build around wacky enchantments.
No it's quite Timmy too. Timmy wants to experience something, and turning your opponents' creature cards into your zombies is a fun concept. Timmy is also the build-a-monster player who'll pile several auras on one big creature, and this kind of unlikely combo is his thing.
So the card is Timmy/Johnny hybrid, but probably more T than J.
So the amount of votes for each contest are auto posted in each part except the final? Seems like something shady is going on
4. Can you describe your design process for Revenge of Necromancy? What served as your inspiration?Well, I love the card Megrim, but all of my casual buddies say it is too unfair. So, I thought "How do I make a card that's like Megrim, but you can't actually rely on getting what you need when you need it?" And it hit me - I would make it just like Megrim, except the opponent could choose to give you whichever thing you didn't actually want!