Hello everyone! Just finished my quarter 1 finals so I have a lot of time on my hand. I’ve decided to shortly come back and host a tournament. I’m hoping you guys will help me and join!==The Challenge==
We’ve all heard of the seven deadly sins. The term originates from the Bible:
“There are six things the LORD hates, seven that are detestable to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil, a false witness who pours out lies and a person who stirs up conflict in the community.” Proverbs 6:16-19 NIV
In other words these are the seven deadly sins:
•Pride (Pride is pretty clear on what it is)
•Greed (I’m pretty sure you all know what greed is too)
•Lust (Lust is the intense sexual desire)
•Envy (Not to be confused with pride, envy more like jealousy)
•Gluttony (We all know what this is)
•Wrath (I don’t think this needs to be explained either)
•Sloth (Pretty much just laziness)
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Now in this challenge, I want you to personify any one of these sins into a creature. There are some specific guidelines for this challenge:
•The creature’s name must be the name of one of the seven deadly sins.
•The creature must be a legendary creature with a subtype of avatar.
•The creature must be a Mythic.
•The creature must have flavor text that personifies the sin. If you do not know what personification means, it is “the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.” If you do not have space, you may post it along with the card.
•Choose the card’s color wisely. Along with your card, please provide an explanation of why you believe the card’s color best reflects the sin. It does not have to be long, as it just needs to be enough for it to make sense.
•Choose the card’s art wisely. The art should be an animal that would be a symbol for the sin. Along with the card, please provide an explanation of why you believe the card’s animal best reflects the sin. It does not have to be long, as it just needs to be enough to make sense.
•Choose the card’s ability wisely. The card’s ability should symbolize the appeals of the sin, along with the faults it would bring. An explanation would be encouraged, but not required.
•In the end, please just let the card be able to personify the sin, in all forms.
•Any number of entries are permitted
•If you have an old card it may be submitted
•Multicolors are allowed
•The competition ends on November 8th==Prizes==
Undetermined. I am not a fan of giving out favorites and follows as prizes, so very likely I might not hand out prizes. But I still hope that you’ll all still have fun.==Conclusion==
Well, just have fun and good luck to all!