Book Card Challenge

Create a card that's from or inspired by a book or book series you have read...

This has been done multiple times, but this time theres a twist.

Whenever someone posts a card, they must name a card type, the next player must then make their card of the card type.

RULES:
.Old and New cards allowed
.Any number of entries
.Prize is a mystery
.End date is a mystery

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Some examples from the Warriors series:
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  • I'll start us off with one of my personal favorites, an older card of mine.
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    Let's see a sorcery!
  • @Lujikul

    Cool, what book is it from?
  • @bigbadbooknerd

    It's the cover of The Alloy of Law, a book in the second trilogy of the mistborn universe, and depicts two of the main characters. Very good read.
  • yeeeeeeet
    it is a very good series
    I'm a huge brandon sanderson fan, in case you didn't notice my username :)
  • From "The Hobbit"
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    Next up: Enchantment!
  • Do all of the cards I submit in a post have to be the suggested card type, or only one?
  • @SpellPiper2214

    If you want to you can submit more but that is the main card
  • edited January 25
    Alright
    Both of these cards are inspired by the short story "The Call of Cthulhu". The first one is the main card;
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    How about an artifact next?
  • edited January 24
    Cool
  • @SpellPiper2214

    Nice!I personally love hp Lovecraft and call if cthulu
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    This one from the book "Made You Up" by Francesca Zappia

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    And this is the main character from "Keeper of the Lost Cities" by Shanon Messenger
  • Let's see a land next.
  • edited February 5
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    Next up: creature
  • I think it would be funny if someone made a card based on the MTG books. Sifa for example.
  • Y'know, that might just be an idea, @Ranshi922
  • Don’t do Kane.
  • From "The Old Man and the Sea"

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    Next up: Enchantment
  • edited February 4
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    sorry about the frame.
    (if anyone else has read Alcatraz Vs the evil librarians, can you find art for some lenses?)
  • @Everyone

    Judging will be soon, you never know when, it's a cliffhanger..................

    I'm looking for more entries, if you have a card that fits the bill, by all means, post away!
  • edited February 18
    I think the next one is still supposed to be an enchantment?
    This one is inspired by George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire:
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    Edit--Maybe an instant for the next one?
  • edited February 19
    This is from "The Way of Kings"
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    And this is from the short story "children of the nameless."

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    And of course, from Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone
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    Go creature card for the next one ^^
  • Did somebody say more Sanderson?
    Shai from The Emperor's Soul:
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    Hoid from just about every book by Brandon Sanderson (Remake of an old card. Yes, I didn't try to translate his exact abilities, but, well, I don't really know what they are. If you've read any Sanderson, you'll understand.)
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    The Abhorsen Trilogy (by Garth Nix)
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    How about a land next? Or don't. It's really up to you guys.
  • edited February 20
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs land:
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    There have been a couple of standard wording revisions since my creation of this card that would benefit its formatting: "Create" tokens and "Add mana" (with no pool reference):

    {3}, {t}: Create a 1/1 red Dwarf creature token.

    {t}: Create three colorless artifact tokens
    named Gemstone. They have "Sacrifice this
    artifact: Add one mana of any color."
    Activate this ability only if you control
    seven or more Dwarf creatures.


    NEXT: More lands!
  • I have read several books, and thus I'm having trouble deciding what to make cards for. May give this a shot though!
  • Ok, I'm going to try to keep the ball rolling.
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    Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings.
    For the next one--how about a sorcery?
  • edited March 2
    The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

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    For the next cardsmith - Enchantment!
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