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So, there's a trend that I've noticed among villains in the Magic: the Gathering universe: They're never completely white-aligned. Sure, there are some that have white mixed in with another color, but there aren't many evil cards that are pure monowhite. This is where you guys come in. I want to see a pure white card with as much in-flavor evil and maliciousness as possible. The card doesn't even necessarily have to be good, although it should still remain a priority (if I have to choose between two cards with amazing flavor, one good and one bad, I'ma choose the good one).

 

As for prizes, well, I don't really have much to offer. How about I owe you a favor or something? Or, you could just do it for fun, that works too.



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Well, what is evil about purity? Overjudgementality? Hipocracy? Ignorance to reality? Well, here is my card: Mikaus has come back from his past states,arisen to the glory of an Archangel, and now has come to bring supreme justice to all those who would seek to deviate from the path of "righteousness" (so everything non-white) But the question is... is he truly still righteous himself? The way he leaves another person to decide the fate of many is rather cruel if you ask me...

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Depends on how one interprets evil, etc. I'll let it speak for itself.



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In Magic, every color is inherently neutral, white being no exception. Its goal is peace, and although it is usually well-intentioned, it uses methods that are not always 'good'. To keep the peace, it believes it has to control the community with laws that restrict personal freedoms, among other things. Pure white cares more about the community than the individual, and will also sacrifice individuals for the sake of the community. It's also pretty xenophobic and evangelical, due to always seeing its philosophy as not only superior, but always morally correct.


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Amen! I personally prefer the twisted version of white portrayed in the Scars of Mirrodin-block, where white was not only on the same level of moral degeneration as the other phyrexianized (?) colors, but the dominating force ruling over them. It's similar to black sometimes being more on the 'good' side of plotting factions; I think there was something black in one of the Kamigawa-blocks actually saving the day in the end.



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Right now, Commandant has the edge. Anyone else up for the challenge? I want something to really impress me, flavor-wise.



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Here we go



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Eat pope!

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Here is my view on an antagonistic pure white card, It is a creature that believes its intentions pure however misguided and after its ascendancy seeks to beckon mortals into the paradise it came from in a very misguided way.

 

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Wow this card is realy nive gj on this one



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This guy thinks he is good, but he is really misguided.

 

 
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That one could get confusing. You see, since the prefix "Legendary" checks for the name of a card, you could never be able to control both "Geth the Dawn of Man" and "Geth, Lord of the Vault" at the same time.



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That one could get confusing. You see, since the prefix "Legendary" checks for the name of a card, you could never be able to control both "Geth the Dawn of Man" and "Geth, Lord of the Vault" at the same time.

God you right i forgot that Geth.. oh well its a cube card :D so no sweat

 

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Made a new Avacyn, hope it suffices :D

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That one could get confusing. You see, since the prefix "Legendary" checks for the name of a card, you could never be able to control both "Geth the Dawn of Man" and "Geth, Lord of the Vault" at the same time.

 

I may not be a judge but on this one I believe you to be mistaken my friend, the legend rule checks the FULL NAME, and you could have both avacyn's out, and nothing would happen, you may be thinking of the planeswalker rule, which is different because each has a name in its type so it can be seen. 



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may I impose my version of avacyn and her bad state of mind?



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I noticed the creature type difference a day or so ago and sure u can ginirokitsune



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here is the fun i had when i thought of avacyn having a really bad day:)

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it might have been seen in other posts but thats because im trying to make a set to edit into cockatrice for fun






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