Saturday, April 24, 2021

Weekend Design Challenge 042421 - Demon

Hey Artisans! Click through to see this weekend's design challenge. Your mission is to design a custom Magic card that follows the guidelines. Over the course of the weekend, give feedback to your fellow designers on their designs and incorporate their feedback to iterate on your own. I'll try to offer some feedback of my own starting on Monday.

Design me a Demon creature. You know the type: rare or mythic, mono-black, big flying creature, some form of downside (usually). For bonus points, have it use a mechanic that hasn't been used on a Demon before.

Good luck and have fun!

6 comments:

  1. Chainbreaker Demon || 4BB
    Creature - Demon (Rare)
    Flying, Trample
    Escape---2BB, Sacrifice three creatures, Exile three other cards from your graveyard
    6/6


    could have included a downside that relates to making it harder to use other graveyard synergistic cards, but i felt it just cluttered up the rest of the card unnecessarily.

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    1. Wow, I'd forgotten that there were no demons with escape. Great choice, and I love the twist on the escape cost.

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  2. Demon to the highest bidder 2BB
    Creature Demon
    Flying
    When ~ etb, each player silent bids life points. The players that bid the highest, loose that much life and draws that many cards.
    6/6

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    1. for the demon challenge, i was considering making a orzhov. (demons being so obsessed with contracts and so on) but this is a more interesting concept than the extort thing i was considering.

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  4. Blood Lust Frenetic Demon (Rare)
    2 BBB
    Creature - Demon Berserker
    5/3
    Flying, Trample
    When Blood Lust Frenetic Demon deals combat damage to a player, you may draw 2 cards.

    At the end of combat on your turn, if you haven't attacked with Blood Lust Frenetic Demon, discard 3 cards.

    Dash 2BB ( You may cast this spell for its dash cost. If you do, it gains haste, and it's returned from the battlefield to its owner's hand at the beginning of the next end step.)

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