I need your help and input, CPA!

Discussion in 'Home Made Cards' started by Rando, Sep 6, 2001.

  1. Rando Freaky Bear

    Okee-Dokey, here's the skinny...

    I, for lack of anything better to do in my spare time, am going to make a magic set. I will create the cards, to the best of my ablility, on my computer, print them off onto card-stock, the whole deal.

    I got about 200 pieces of middle-age art of the 'net. I did this so if I ever actually post my fan-made set on the web, there will be no artist/copy-right issues.

    So here's what's what...

    Could any of you help me out in creating cards designed around a Medieval theame?

    I'm talking cards that have to do with the great plauge, public exicutions, knights, monks, demons, the seven deadly sins, the seven saintly virtues, witch-craft, torture, the crusades, yada yada yada...

    Can ya do that?

    I would be very pleased!

    Thank you in advance...
  2. Ransac CPA Trash Man

    Since I have nothing better to do in my free time, count me in!

    Ransac, cpa trash man
  3. RPGJunkie New Member

    Me...join...yes...okee dokey...

    You need to establish a theme for each colour:

    White: Saintly virtues, townsfolk, medieval castles and knights.
    Blue: Witchcraft and magic.
    Black: Plague, terror, sin and torture.
    Red: Crusades and pillaging.
    Green: Monks and forest animals.
  4. Istanbul Sucker MCs call me sire.

    I will render my assistance.
  5. Rando Freaky Bear

    A theme for each color? Good idea...

    Let's see, I like some of your ideas...

    White - The Saintly Virtues, Angels, Knights, Townsfolk, Monks
    Black - Demons, The Deadly Sins, The Plauge
    Blue - Witch-craft, Scribing/Schollerly Activities, Posession
    Red - Torture, The Inquisition, Barbarian Hordes
    Green - Mythical Monsters, Druids, Woodsmen (Ala Robin Hood)

    Ofcorse, there can be cross-color blending of the themes. An evil knight would be black, for instance.

    The Black Plauge
    Enchantment, BBB
    When The Black Plauge comes into play, put a Plauge Token on target creature.
    At the begining of any players upkeep, any creature with a plauge counter is destroyed and can not be regenerated. That creature's controller then puts a plauge counter on target creature.
    If at any time there are no creatures in play, remove The Black Plauge from the game.
    From town to town and from house to house, there was no family that did not suffer at the hands of the plauge...

    Well? Kinda like Drop of Honey...
  6. Ransac CPA Trash Man

    What color would King Arthur be? White?

    We need to have the card Crusade in this set, as well.

    Ransac, cpa trash man
  7. Prince RXI CPA Moon-Boy

    I personally think that Aurther would be Red and White(Honor and Bravery). Here's a card...

    Summon Legend
    First strike
    Attacking doesn't cause to tap
  8. Loafing Giant Big Dumb Lummox

    water torture
    RR, put a drip counter or water torture(use this ability only once per turn)
    during target opponent's upkeep that player must tap lands equal to the number of drip counters on water torture or take 4 damage.
    RRRR, sac. water torture, water torture deals X damage divided any way among any number of target creatures. X is equal to the number of drip counters on water torture.

    "Drip....... Drip........Drip..........WILL SOMEONE STOP THAT INFERNAL DRIPPING!!!"
  9. Loafing Giant Big Dumb Lummox

    Shield monk
    0: tap, put a -0/-1 counter on shield monk, put a 0/1 monk token into play this monk has"as long as this token is in play, if your life total is lowered to 0, your life is 1 instead; 0,pay 5 life: can't be targeted til end of turn.
  10. Mike06447 New Member

    Here is a card... which should be used in knight theme decks

    Arthur's Charm (or it could be "The Round Table")
    Whenever a Knight card is put in a graveyard from play its controler puts x 1/1 Angel tokens into play... where x is the knight's power. If an angel token leaves play put another 1/1 angel token into play.

    "True Knight's Never Die"
    --Mike, The Possesed Goblin
  11. Prince RXI CPA Moon-Boy

    Here's another one...

    Aurther's legacy
    Legendary Artifact
    2, tap: target creature gets +2/+2 and is a legend till end of turn.
    5, tap: return a legend from the graveyard to play.
    2: add 1 White or Red mana to your mana pool.

    "He who ever pulleths out this sword from this stone will rightfully be named the right and true King of all England" -Insripted just above Excalabur's hilt

    Prince RXI, And he walked for a long, long, long, long...
  12. Istanbul Sucker MCs call me sire.

    Excalibur 5
    Legendary Artifact
    3, T: Target creature gets +2/+0 and first strike until end of turn. If the chosen creature deals combat damage to any opponent, gain its toughness in life. If the chosen creature blocks or is blocked by any non-white creature, destroy that creature.
    The acquisition of Excalibur was the lynchpin that completed King Arthur's rule.
  13. Bob Idiot

    Knight of the Round Table WW
    Creature-Holy Knight
    First Strike
    If Knight of the Round Table attacks, it must be blocked. If it cannot be be blocked, it cannot attack.
    When Knight of the Round Table Blocks, it gets +1/+5

    King Arthur WWWW2
    Creature-Knight King Legend
    First Strike
    Protection From Black
    WW, T: All Holy Knights and Paladin Knights can beblocked by creatures that cannot block white creatures until end of turn. They also gain protection from White.

    Holy Paladin WWWW
    Creature-Paladin Knight
    First Strike
    If Holy Paladin attacks, it must be blocked. If it cannot, it cannot attack.
    When Holy Paladin blocks, it gets +1/+4

    Dark Knight of the Plague BB
    Creature-Demon Knight
    First Strike
    Dark Knight of the Plague cannot block White Creatures.

    Demon Lord BBBB2
    Creature-Demon King Legend
    First Strike
    Protection from White
    BB, T: Demon Creatures gain protection from White until end of turn.

    Demon Knight
    Creature-Demon Paladin
    First strike
    Demon Knight cannot block White creatures.

    Ok, this is a bit confusing, but it makes sure that until one of the teams gets a legend out, no one gets hurt. If Arthur gets out first, the Demons are doomed, but if the demon Lord gets out, then the Knights have no hope. If they are both out, it can be interesting.
  14. Bob Idiot

    And then, I'd think Lancelot would have the "Cannot attack unless it is able to be blocked" and the pumping when blocked.
  15. Multani Treetrunk Guy

    Legendary Land
    Tap: Add W or U to your mana pool
    All blocking creatures you control gain +0/+2 until end of turn.
    Destroy Camelot if you control no Knights with W in it's casting cost.

    "Camelot was the stronghold of King Arthur and the home of the Knights of the Round Table. Personally, I always thought it had a touch of divine magic to it as well." --Modern day Historian

    Merlin 2UU
    Creature-Wizard Legend
    Merlin cannot be the target of spells or abilities as long as Camelot remains in play.
    1WU: All attacking Knights you control gain flanking.
    2UU: All attacking Knights you control gain flying.
    4WUUU: Phase out all creatures you control. When they return to play, give all Knights a +1/+1 token. If King Arthur is in play, all Knights gain an additional +1/+0 token.

    Merlin was King Arthur's friend, mentor, councillor, and a master of magic. It is no wonder he was held in such high respect by all for an old man with a pointed hat.

    Well, what do you think? Flames, comments, suggestions?
    P.S. I went one step further with some of Portal 3's mechanics involving legends.
  16. Azreal the Soulmaster Sorrow's Rhapsody

    Knight of the Damned
    Summon- Knight legend
    Swordmanship( If ~this~ is blocked by a creature without swordmanship, the blocking creature is destroyed)
    First Strike
    " Those who oppose me have the pleasure of seeing their own entrails before they die"

    well what do you guys think.
  17. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I think either you should stick with the "King Arthur and Camelot" theme or historical medieval (which is how I read the initial request), but don't mix the two or you'll get unfocused.
  18. Rando Freaky Bear


    I go away for the weekend, and everything changes.

    Yes, I was thinking more along the lines of acttual medieval, historical stuff.

    Of coarse, there would be mythical-type things, but nothing specific, such as Arthur...(which was dark-age, post Roman Britan anyway, not medieval)

    But, I do indeed appretiate your enthusasim!
  19. Loafing Giant Big Dumb Lummox

    creature-Knight of the Round Table
    WRR, tap, Target attacking Holy knight or Paladin knight gains "Swordsmanship" until end of turn

    If a creature with "Swordsmanship" was put into a graveyard from play this turn return that creature to play with 2 +1/+1 counters on it,
    skip your next untap step if more than 2 creatures were returned in this way.
  20. Loafing Giant Big Dumb Lummox

    The Hangman
    When The Hangman comes into play put 2 noose counters on two target creatures
    BBR, sac. a land, put a noose counter on target creature.

    Tap, Sac. The Hangman, Destroy all creatures with noose counters on them.
    If Hangman is put into the graveyard from play remove all noose counters from the game.

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