Put a -1/-1 counter on target creature, two -1/-1 counters on another target creature, and three -1/-1 counters on a third target creature.
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Incremental Blight Discussion
11 months ago
Splinterfright is more of a "fill the graveyard to the brim" card and Bloodbond March is more a "empty my graveyard onto the battlefield" card so they don't mix that well. Incremental Blight, Ghoulcaller's Chant, Infinite oblideration and Cemetery Reaper seams weak and are the cards I would cut first to make room for better verisions.
1 year ago
I recently conceived ideas for two cards: one that represents death slowly and horribly creeping upon creatures, the other portraying powerful light gradually making creatures more powerful, and here are the results of my work:
Creeping Death Show
Cumulative upkeep - put a -1/-1 counter on a creature that you control.
Whenever a -1/-1 counter is placed on a creature that you control, put a -1/-1 counter on each creature that your opponents control.
Gathering Sunlight Show
Cumulative upkeep - put a +1/+1 counter on a creature that an opponent controls.
Whenever a +1/+1 counter is placed on a creature that an opponent controls, put a +1/+1 counter on each creature that you control.
The idea of the first card is that as long as its controller is willing to make one of their own creatures weaker, they shall make all of their opponents' creatures weaker, and the idea of the second card is that as long as its controller is willing to make one of their opponents' creatures more powerful, they shall make all of their own creatures more powerful. Please note that the second ability of each card triggers no matter how the appropriate type of counter is placed on a creature, either from the first ability or other abilities, so they work well with strategies that make great use of such counters (and also would be great with either Incremental Blight or Incremental Growth).
As a side note, I named creeping death in honor of the song of the same name by Metallica, as that is such an awesome song.
What does everyone else think of these cards? How are they?