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As to not flood this with an insane amount of cards, I'll be posting a link to all my finished batches of cards up to date, and put some of my personal favorites here as well. Visit this page to download them (over 300) all!














This is the thing ever best of. Fantastic.

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BIG BIG BATCH!






















































Yet another big, big batch!




(This one was supposed to be for the jam but I misplaced it at the time oops)






























Three more!

Now you can make a Goblin Shark Shark Goblin.


Now you can make the worm come out of an apple.


Now you can confuse everyone with how rules work with this one.

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Another batch! Some of these were made for the Stellar Rhythms jam but forgot to post them here. Oops!























I love the art for this so much! Your use of the aerograph is fantastic!

Thank you kindly! :-)

Hi! On "Game Preparation" it says "chosento" instead of "chosen to", and also I believe it's spelled "Artifact" instead of "Artefact" (not native speaker either though!)

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In case anyone wasn't aware, i've made a sort of card archetype based around combining cards and forming long abominations (inspired by the host-augments from MTG). Here is the scenario which explains their usage, which is compatible with other scenarios:



I've uploaded some to the Card Catalog but seeing as they are very particular in design, i might as well make a topic for them, and so anyone else who wants to share their own can do so more organizedly through here.

Also, if you want the template for these, here is the link to the one I've made!

Alright, here are the monsters:















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Additionally, cards i've made combining my own and other people's cards!





And a Collage/Add-OnTo Themed one

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Alright I haven't updated this with my latest cards, so here's a big batch. No text for now since they are just too many, might add that later. Here we go!



















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Stellar Rhythms Jam has begun and I've been making some cards because I'm pumped! So here are my latest:

LEVEL +0 - PARTIALLY GHOSTIFIED

(MOSTLY GHOSTLY): When this card is discarded, (...)

(UNDEAD): This card is undead.

(ADD-ON)

So, talking in the Discord server I was introduced to a fun gimmick in MtG, and due to my love for "customizable" mix-and-match cards, I simply had to try my hand at something similar. So I made Add-On cards, which can only be played by attaching them to Add-To cards. I've made a little Scenario that explains them in more detail, which you can find and download here.


LEVEL 3 - WERE-WOLF

(HOWL!): When this card is played, you may play a Level 1 card that features an animal for free.

BITE!: Deal 1 damage to another card.

(ADD-TO)

Here's an Add-To card, for example. They have little triggers for Passives which get overlayed with the Add-On's trigger, changing the way they work and making them very, very modular. Plus, you get to play around with how the pictures merge together!



LEVEL +1 - EARTHWOOOORM

(WORM!): When this card is played, this card gains 1 Level, and (...)

(BUG)

(ADD-ON)

(ADD-TO)

And then there's these fellows! They're both Add-Ons and Add-Tos, and are the ones that allow a loooong creature serpent to arise in play. Each of this you add will contribute their own little piece of a sentence to the expanding Ability of your chimeric card.



LEVEL +2 - STRONG ARM

(STRONG HAHA!): The first time you deal damage to an opponent's card during your turn, (...)

I PUNCH!: Deal 2 damage to another card. If punching it in real life would hurt you, this card takes 1 damage.

(ADD-ON)

So I made two of each as an example. This one is probably the funniest.



LEVEL +4 - ALIEN

ALIEN ENCOUNTER!: You may put an Alien Counter on a card, and then (...)

GONNA GETCHA!: Discard a card with 2 or more Alien Counters.

(ADD-ON)

(ADD-TO)

This one is pretty good and makes for great creature results.


LEVEL 1 - VENT SPIDER

(WEB): When this card is played, Web a card. A Webbed card cannot change zones unless discarded, and cannot use its Action except to remove the Webbed effect.

(BUG)

(ADD-TO)

And finally a spidey because having a spider-body chimera is fun. Now, the following cards are more classical in mechanics, no extra Scenario required for them to function.


LEVEL 4 - QUANTUM COMPUTER

(SIMULACRUM): This card has the abilities of any character card attached to it.

(GHOSTS IN THE MACHINE): When a character card you control dies, instead of discarding it, you may attach it to this card.

A way to keep your discard pile graveyard tidier and less occupied! Just upload souls into the CPU!




LEVEL 2 - ROBOT HEAD

(BINARY RAMBLINGS): Players cannot play cards of any level other than 0 or 1.

(BRAIN THE SIZE OF A PLANET): You may sacrifice this card to play any one card, regardless of Level.  You may only do this if this is the only card you have in play.

Fun fact: this card and the Quantum Computer use AI generated images, although modified by me to workbetter. I thought it'd be funny if the machines drew themselves.



LEVEL 3 - LASERGUN IMPASSE

(FIRST TO MOVE DIES): When you play this card, place it in the middle, then choose one of each player's cards and put them around this one. If any of those cards uses an Action, it is discarded after the Action is resolved. Only discard this card when one or none of those cards remain in play.

A classic wild space-west deadlock. The drawing was especially fun to make.


Well that's all folks! At least for now, because my mind is still buzzing with some ideas!

Wow, it's been a while! This has been pretty quiet lately but I've still had some ideas bouncing around my brain, so I think I'll be posting them here now.

LEVEL 2 - GRAVE KEEPER

(NO ESCAPE FROM HADES): Players may only interact with discard piles when discarding a card.

(TOLL THE DEAD): Gain 1 Level after any player's turn in which a card was discarded.

I made this card after messing around with some friends and realizing that discard piles had a tendency to be exploitable, so I thought it could be interesting to have a disruptor for that. Maybe there are other fun ways to mess up graveyard-centered strategies, I'd love to see what others come up with!



LEVEL 2 - ANIMATE INANIMATE

DANCING SWORDS & STUFF: Choose a card in play depicting an object. For every 1 Level that card has above this card, this card takes 1 damage. You are now in control of your chosen card.

Basically a flavored way to take over opponent cards. The idea also surged from messing with friends, since it became a common occurence for object cards to be affected by stuff that personified them in some way. Also a suggested rule for this card is that you have to put googly eyes on the cards you use this on.



LEVEL 3 - MATTER GOLEM

(MATERIAL COMPONENT): When playing Matter Golem, you may choose one of your Materials, flip it, and sacrifice up to its Level. If you do, play Matter Golem for free, attaching the other card to it. Matter Golem has all of that card's abilities and their combined Level total.

(WHAT'S A MATTER GOLEM): Not much, what's a matter with you?

Silly idea, but seemed fun enough! It's my modular card thing all over again, though here it's basically just an optional 3 Level buff to a card that wasn't even active.

Anyways, I missed working on these, and I miss seeing other people's ideas! Hope to see more of this in the future!

:-)

Back at it.


LEVEL 2 - CIRCULAR KARATE CHOP

CIRCULAR KARATE CHOP: Perform a (careful) Circular Karate Chop on another player's hand, discarding it and also this card. This Action can only be countered by a Telescoping Roundhouse Kick or another Circular Karate Chop.

(I'VE BEEN PREPARING FOR THIS): If another player uses a Telescoping Roundhouse Kick or another Circular Karate Chop, you may counter it, discarding both that card and this one.


LEVEL 2 - TELESCOPING ROUNDHOUSE KICK

TELESCOPING ROUNDHOUSE KICK: Perform a (careful) Telescoping Roundhouse Kick to the air, shuffling back into their deck up to 6 Levels worth of cards of another player and discarding this card. This Action can only be countered by a Circular Karate Chop or another Telescoping Roundhouse Kick.

(I'VE BEEN PREPARING FOR THIS): If another player uses a Circular Karate Chop or another Telescoping Roundhouse Kick, you may counter it, discarding both that card and this one.

These two are a pair, just a little TMBG reference.



LEVEL 6 - NO EYES WIGHT DRAGON

(UNDEAD): This card is undead.

(YOU'VE GROWN SO MUCH!): You may sacrifice just a Baby Dragon to play this card.

(NO EYES): Players cannot see their hand or cards drawn from their deck. Players may now play up to 2 cards each turn, for free.

This card should shake things up a little. Makes decks full of high level cards very useful. Also punny.



LEVEL 4 - TELEPORTER

TELEPOOF: Choose a card in play you control and return it to your hand. Play another card from your hand for free.

(LIKE IN THE MOVIE): If the card you play via TELEPOOF is of a higher Level than the one you returned to your hand, or if an opponent attempts to stop TELEPOOF, flip a coin. If heads, TELEPOOF works just fine. If tails, instead the returned card stays in play and fuses with the other, gaining its abilities.

You can now send a little goblin and then switch them out for a big dragon that breathes fire! Unless the process messes up, then you have a little goblin that breathes fire.



LEVEL 2 - VOLTABOT BURGUNDY

TWEAK: You may permanently change a single letter in another card's text. It now operates accordingly.

(SOLD SEPARATELY): If this card is used as a sacrifice for other Voltabot cards, treat its Level as doubled.

I wanted to contribute to the voltabot archetype, but dang I didn't have any ideas for some of the nice colors, so maybe someone better will take care of that. In the meantime, Voltabot Burgundy, with a yucky (but powerful on the long game) ability. At the bare minimum it can disrupt benders and text-based controllers.

I very much love the dinosaur ghost vibe and I wanted to try and contribute my own addition!

LEVEL 3 - DEIMOMUNCHUS

(UNDEAD): This card is undead.

(GHOST EATER): Once at the start of your turn, discard one ghost in play, then this card gains 1 Level. If there are no ghosts in play, this card instead loses 1 Level.

The name's pun is horrible and so is this creature! Do you have a bunch of ghosts gathering dust? Do your neighbour's ghosts bother you? Let this thing eat them! That's its whole deal!

Alright, got to do a few of my puns!

LEVEL 6 - DIPLODOCUS POCUS

(COOKING UP SOMETHING): When  this card takes damage, put a number of counters on it equal to the amount of damage taken.

IT'S NOT READY YET!: This card gains Levels equal to half of the counters on it. Take out all counters.

BIG MAGIC: Deal damage up to twice the amount of counters on this, distributed among any cards. Take out all counters.

Basically a cannon that you need to charge up. A good technique would probably be to not attack it at all, but the player could technically attack it with their own cards and use it more carefully.


LEVEL 4 - ARCANEOPTERYX

(SOUL STAFF): When this card defeats another card, one card you control may gain 1 Level.

FELL SWOOP: Deal 1 damage to up to 3 cards of Level 1 or lower.

A cleaner/scavenger basically, really nice against swarms, and can help bulk up your big dinos (or themself!)


LEVEL 0 - MYRIADISCHIA

(COLORFUL ARRAY): Whenever you play a card of Level 1 or lower, you may attach it to this card. Attached cards cannot use any Abilities or be targeted. Whenever this card takes damage, instead discard an attached card.

(PACK HUNTING): This card may act a number of times equal to the amount of cards attached to it.

NIBBLE: Deal 1 damage. Can be prevented, not reduced.

A little weird idea of making mirischias into colored sprite-imps that swarm up but without exposing themselves to multiple target threats. Also it might be worded a little ambiguously in some parts, I hope it's understood or at least the mystery is fun.

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The best I can think for now is Diplodocus Pocus, but will keep you updated.

EDIT: Alright here are some!

- DIPLODOCUS POCUS

- DEIMONYCHUS

- TRICKCERATOPS

- ARCANEOPTERYX

- CHARMOTAURUS

- NECROCANTHOSAURUS?

- TALISMANKYLOSAURUS?

- MAGUSTINIA?

- CONJURASSIC??

- PARAREPTILIAN PARAPHERNALIA??

- HOUDINIOSAUR???

- SAKURA CARD RAPTOR???

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I'm back at it with some silly ideas.

LEVEL -1 - OLD AMBER

CRETACEOUS BARK: All cards of higher Level than this lose 1 Level.

(CLEVER GIRL): This card knows the answer to any math operations that need to be performed. Can't speak though.

As a negative level card, it should be instantly discarded, and how is amber supposed to bark anyways? Well, that's with a little help from...



LEVEL 3 - NECROMANCER

(UNDEAD): This card is undead.

CHECK THIS OUT: Choose a card from your discard pile. Play that card, which now has a Level equal to half of this card's Level (rounded down). That card also has the (UNDEAD) passive now.

A way to introduce more undead into the game, possibly make zombies even stronger than their living selves. The key is the necromancer's skill, not the ingredients!



LEVEL 2 - SPIRAL DOMAIN

TWISTING REALM: All players count the cards in their hands, then put them all in a neat pile. Shuffle the pile and give out the same amount of cards they had to each player.

(UNREAL DOOZY): At the start of your turns, everyone draws their card from the player to their right's deck, instead of theirs.

This card only works if you are playing in such a way that makes deck mixing not a hassle, such as if you are playing with a single deck (in which case its passive is useless). I always think all-player-shuffles are fun, though!


LEVEL 2 - SELF-HELP BOOK

(VISUALIZE YOUR LIFE): Undead cards you control gain 1 Level.

(VISUALIZE YOUR DEATH): This card takes a maximum of 1 damage when attacked by a card that isn't undead.

Another addition to the undead theme, some needed guidance for those poor souls!



LEVEL 1 - BATRACHIAN

(NICE AND FRESH): If it's currently raining, this card gains 2 Levels.

LONG TONGUE: Deal lethal damage to a Bug.

(CROAK): When this card is defeated, give whoever is responsible a long and disapproving look.

Simple card, also good against specific opponents (unintentionally building some "type effectiveness" kind of rap). I wanted to draw a funny frog tongue.



LEVEL 3 - BABY CHILD

(HELLO WORLD):  When Baby Child is first played, choose two cards. Baby Child inherits a Passive from one of them, and an Action from the other. Those cards are considered Baby Child's parents, and cannot harm Baby Child in any way, unless Baby Child defeats another card, at which point they see the monster they've brought upon this world.

I really like making this sort of """modular""" cards that allow for lots of possible combos and synergies.

These are all so fun and creative, and I'm quite a fan of Todd

Oh I love Bell Friend and their nice ways

I must admit I forgot ingredients existed when I wrote that! But that does create some interesting narratives so I'll leave it that way. Thanks, glad you had fun!


Also I lied! Haha! I did one more!

LEVEL 5 - EYE OF SORE ONE

ALL SEEING: Look at the top 5 cards in your deck. Pick 1, and put it on top of the deck. Put the other 4 at the bottom.

(ALL TEARING): Whenever this card is damaged, it takes a minimum of 2 damage.

There are already some cards that work nicely with lucky draws, so why not fill the niche of controlling what you draw? + a bad pun (and probably overdone? idk I've never seen it at least).

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Well, I found some free time, so here's a big big batch. I'll probably chill with cards for a while now, haha!

LEVEL 3 - CATOPUS

(PSSPSSPSS): Rats and Fish of Level 0 count as Level 1 when sacrificed to play this card.

CONSUMER OF FISH: Deal lethal damage to a Fish.

DEVOURER OF RODENTS: Deal lethal damage to a Rat.

A more specialized theme counter. I wanted to do some edited cat photo card and this was the best I thought of!


LEVEL 3 - GORGOBLIN

(HEAD OF THE GORGOBLIN): When defeated by an opponent, they may give the STONE GAZE action to one of their cards by attaching this card to it.

STONE GAZE: Choose a player. All of their cards of Level 1 or lower become Level 1 Materials.

I always like figuring out how to adapt gorgons into game mechanics. Made into a goblin for some extra flavour!


LEVEL 0 - EJECT BUTTON

(KEEP IN MIND): When you play this card, attach it to another card. This card cannot be targetted by attacks.

(OUTTA HERE): If the card this is attached to is defeated, instead return it to your hand and sacrifice this card.

I could swear I saw a card that did this somewhere, but when I checked again I couldn't find it. Maybe I imagined it. Anyways, classic failsafe effect!


LEVEL 6 - RED DRAGON

(YOU'VE GROWN SO MUCH!): You may sacrifice just a Baby Dragon to play this card.

SNEEZE: Deal 3  damage to one card, and 1 damage to any adjacent card.

I guess baby dragons may change color or something! The wording is a bit off I think, if anyone has any suggestions I'll happily take them!


LEVEL 1 - RED HIMARK MARKER

"PAINT": Target card you DO control becomes red.

(OH HI MARK): Nullifies the effects of The Mark's (MARKED FOR DEATH) for the player that controls this card.

Silly card for a silly joke and a very specific deck. Dunno if its cool using a brand but I think some other cards did so I'll go for it.


LEVEL 0 - SEED OF POTENTIAL

(WHAT COULD IT BE!): At the end of your turn, put a counter on this card.

SHOWTIME: Sacrifice this card to play a card of equal or lower Level to the amount of counters on this.

Another card that serves as Sacrifice mulch, but doesn't actually contribute the levels until it pops. Needs to be protected!


LEVEL 1 - DEATH

(UNDEAD): This card is undead.

ACCOMPANYING: Discard this card, and discard an opponet's card.

(ONE OF MANY DEATHS): This card cannot be discarded except through ACCOMPANYING. If it's defeated, it's instead shuffled into deck.

Keeping the Tarot theme, Death! Obviously the idea lends itself to be OP so I tried to make a simple gimmick instead. Also its second passive's title is meant to not discourage other people of making their own versions of Death! Would be greedy to claim all of the potential properties to myself!


LEVEL 3 - SEAN

YAWN: Choose a card. Turn it sideways as it falls asleep until your next turn. It regains all Levels lost to damage.

SEAN-CE: Use an Action from a card in your discard pile.

The idea of just a dude being a card ain't a new one, so I stuck some effects I thought interesting into this person, who does not exist.


LEVEL 3 - NAES

(NAESTY FELLOW): Whenever a player performs an interaction with this card, they discard the top card from their deck.

OPEN-MOUTH CHEWING: Choose a player to show you their hand, then discard one card there, of your choice.

Bound to happen when a dude is introduced, their anti-dude. This one is very quirky with discards, and what defines an interaction is bound to cause confusion (just as NAES intended).



(Edit) EVIL LEVEL 3 - NAES

Same as regular NAES but uses evil Levels, which I started messing with  a good while after. Basically you need to remove from game 1 card from your discard pile per evil Level required, but no sacrifices are needed.



LEVEL 0 - THE LOVERS

(AMIDST THE CHAOS): This card cannot be defeated. When this card enters play, choose one of your cards and an opponet's card of equal or lower level, and put them together along with this card. They can no longer be controlled. If either is defeated, both the remaining card and this one are discarded.

Third Tarot card! Now you can have your own enemies-to-lovers. Most likely serves as a two-way method of making a card's passive into a "field effect", as not being controlled means the opponent won't fear its actions, therefore less likely to attack. But who cares! It's fun flavor!

Thank you! I like to share a bit of my thought process and observations, instead of just pulling out a bunch of cards.  And I agree, I'd love to see that ffrom others! I'm quite in love with all the cards up until now!

Thanks!

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Here are a few more!

LEVEL 0 - THE FOOL

(JOIN THE PARTY): For the purposes of sacrifice, this card is considered Level 1.

JUGGLE ACT: Choose a player. They must shuffle their hand back into their deck, then draw a number of cards equal to the number of cards they had.

A bit of Tarot Major Arcana is always fun, and I don't think I saw many hand shufflers? Though I probably missed them. Sorry!



LEVEL 3 - RED FUNGUS

(HOMEGROWN): This card gains all Actions of a single card that was sacrificed to play this one.

(EATUS DETRITUS): When a card is discarded, this card gains 1 Level.

Basically a level regen buff for any one card, but Fun because its Fun-gi. Also doesn't have much innate synergy with Red Paint but potentially could!


LEVEL 2 - WAND OF SWAPS

STRANGE S'TURDAY: Swap the Levels of two cards of your choice. You can't choose this card.

(MAGIC WOBBLE): If this card takes lethal damage, the source takes equal damage.

Simple, fragile and probably pretty powerful. Don't really know!



LEVEL 2 - WAND OF BARRIERS

(LIGHT SCREEN): When played, attach to another card. Damage dealt to that card is transferred to this card.

(SOLAR-POWERED): This card gains 1 Level every turn, up to Level 6, as long as it isn't explicitly nighttime.

The second wand, with quirky recharge. Does real-life nighttime count as  "explicitly nighttime"? Hmm...



LEVEL 0 - THE MAW

(SUMMONING FEAST): When played, you may sacrifice any number of your cards. The Maw's level is equal to the combined total of your sacrificed cards' Levels. Additionally, once per turn you may sacrifice one card and add its Level to The Maw's.

DEVOUR: Deals damage equal to its Level, then loses 1 Level.

Build-a-Sweeper kind of card. Don't forget to feed it a steady diet.

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I had read about this a few days ago but only got to seeing it today! Got really excited and made a few cards!


LEVEL 4 - BLANK BENDER

( BLANK-BENDING): When this card enters play, choose a word. You're now "bending" any card with that word in its name.

YEET TECHNIQUE: Choose a card you are currently bending. Sacrifice it to deal damage equal to its level against another card.

Bane of theme decks. Also very funny if there's ever a "Bender" theme (which I'll probably contribute towards).



LEVEL 5 - RAT PRINCET

(BLUE FUR): When this card would take damage, choose another Rat card lower in hierarchy to take the damage in its place.

GUARDS!:  Play a Rat card from your hand, free of cost.

Great addition to Rat decks.


LEVEL 2 - ROCK PAPER WIZARD

(JUDGE OVER MATTER): Whenever a two-sided argument regarding the rules arises, it must be resolved through a round of Rock-Paper-Scissors, the victor also winning the argument. This card cannot be controlled, sacrificed or altered in any way except for its level rising or dropping.

A simple change to possible dynamics. Pretty situational but I think its a funny idea.

this was a wonderful experience, thank you