I recently had a contest that went really well, so I thought I'd try something else. Make a card that uses hybrid mana in some way. This can be in the mana cost, or in the abilities. Old cards are allowed, but new cards are encouraged. Here are some of Wizards various types of hybrid designs:http://gatherer.wizards.com/Handlers/Image.ashx?multiverseid=420736&type=cardhttp://gatherer.wizards.com/Handlers/Image.ashx?multiverseid=179543&type=cardhttp://gatherer.wizards.com/Handlers/Image.ashx?multiverseid=265418&type=cardhttp://gatherer.wizards.com/Handlers/Image.ashx?multiverseid=413757&type=card
Hybrid mana is just such a cool idea, I wanted to get people to make a bunch of designs. In addition, I often see hybrid misused on this site, so I'm hoping this contest might help with that. Remember that hybrid cards must encompass a space shared by both colors. Make sure, whatever you do, you stick to the color pie. Consult MaRo's article if needed. Tertiary mechanics don't tend to be on hybrids, but might if the card is cool enough. http://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/making-magic/mechanical-color-pie-2017-2017-06-05
Cards will be more likely to win if they are a cool design, a creative use of hybrid mana, or find a niche space in the color pie of the colors. However, keep this to what Wizards might print. Note: a design that uses multiple types of hybrids isn't likely to win, as those won't be printed since they tend to be confusing, but a very creative use could have a shot, and MIGHT even be more likely to win for the creativity if it's designed well and creatively. New Rules:
Limit of 2 submissions
5/24 is the deadline.
was absolutely right, hybrid mana is difficult to execute properly. Don't rush!
________________________________________1st-3rd and honorable mentions will have their submissions favorited.1st: 1 favorite of his or her choice (at my discretion), and a token of them in this set - http://mtgcardsmith.com/user/Faiths_Guide/sets/5502
Some of you may not have been informed (or noticed), but I favorite only the cards that have
won contests I've (co)hosted, this makes "Faiths_Guide Faves" very rare... I do make
supplemental faves with my @jd_artwork
1 ) An inactive challenge is chosen to be reactivated, it gets posted for new submissions with a new deadline.
2 ) The new judge cannot choose his or her own submissions as the winner.
3 ) After the winners are declared, the judge selects one participant as the next host (must be an active member).
4 ) The chosen participant chooses the next challenge that has been inactive for over 2 months. He or she hosts it as the reactivation judge.
5 ) The reactivation judge starts this process all over from step 1.
6 ) New discussion is opened for each reactivated challenge. A link to the original challenge is put there.
7 ) The alternate judge must type original judge's name after "@" to notice that his or her challenge is reactivated by the alternate judge.
8 ) The original judge has a right to take over their original challenge or to ask for it to remain open and unresolved at any time prior to a winner being declared and posted.