Not bad. But what happens flavor wise when one kamahl kills the other one?
Zis iz a sign uf deep psychological troma, buried in zer subconscious mind. By keelink himzelf, Kamahl iz physically expressink hiz feelinks uf self-disgust ova hiz desire for hiz muzzer. [/GermanPsychologistVoice]
You want to make a milky drink. You squeeze a cow.
I love this description. Like the cows are sponges filled with milk. I can see it all Nick Parks claymation-style with the cow's eyes bugging out momentarily as a giant farmer squeezes it like a squeaky dog toy, and milk shoots out of it.
Okay, just for clarification, are enchantments included?
Card types are as follow: - Land - Creature - Enchantment - Artifact - Planeswalker - Tribal - Instant - Sorcery
Some card can have several types such as "artifact creature" or "tribal enchantment", but it is always indicated in the type line. "Copy target instant or sorcery spell you control." really does mean a spell on the stack (either represented by a card or already a copy of a card/spell).
Also note that instant/sorcery are used to represent non-permanent cards while enchantment represents a kind of permanent card. Permanent means that once it resolves as a spell it enters the battlefield, instant/sorceries are not allowed to enter the battlefield, EVER. So it would be a bad idea to mix instants/sorceries with enchantments from that point of view.
Rules question? Have you read the Basic rulebook already? No? Why not take some time to do that?