This is what happens when Pit, Grugg, and I spend too much time in chat. We were talking about Magic, and D&D, and Leroy Jenkins, and some how, i ended up riffing a Magic Card based on our friend Ody. Here it is for hime (and the whole inn) to see. Post a card of yourself or friend! In the meantime, here is the epicly awesome Odyson Card!
Odyson-2 colorless, 1 forest
Legendary Beast Ally
Rare- Special Edition RDI
Base Stat 1/2
Kick Cost: 2 forest.
For each time this card was kicked, add one gravy counter.
1 Gravy counter-Odyson Gains +2/+2 and Trample
2-3 Gravy counters-Odyson Gains a furhter +2/+2 and Lifelink.
4+ Gravy counters-Odyson gains first stike.
Totem Armor-when this card would be destroyed, sacrifice one gravy counter instead. Odyson is taps if untapped, and does not untap on the controlling player's next untap phase.
Posted on 2011-03-04 at 17:07:02.
Edited on 2011-03-27 at 03:35:32 by Chessicfayth
Ody, if a card is tapped, that means its being used. kinda like the card is the pipe that carries the frothnslosh (the mana) to the "TAP". When you "tap" a card you pay the mana cost to fuel the abilities of the tapped card.
When Tann’Talas, Knight Protector comes into play, its controller’s life total resets to 20 and any poison counters on its controlling player are removed. For as long as Tann’Talas, Knight Protector is in play its controller cannot have poison counters.
Pay 5, target allied player gains control of Tann’Talas, Knight Protector.
Flying, Vigilance, Lifelink
Protection from Black
Protection from Red
Tap this creature, put a 2/2 Soldier token that is White, Blue and Green with Exalted into play [Exalted: when a creature you control attacks alone, it gets +1/+1 until end of turn. Separate incidences of Exalted stack.]
Pay 2WWUG, put a copy of all tokens under your control into play.
(Edit: Will post flavor text when something really awesome comes to mind--there's too many things great about you to pick just one, Meri!)
Posted on 2011-03-05 at 08:52:07.
Edited on 2011-03-07 at 11:31:28 by Pit F(r)iend