Monday, July 8, 2013

Daily Card Redesign #186: Burrowing

Daily Card Redesign is a daily Magic: The Gathering design exercise where I randomly choose a card for the scenario of it being scrapped late during its own set's development. I design a replacement card that uses the same art, is the same color(s), is the same rarity, and has a name that, alphabetically, keeps it within the same collector number for the set.



There's a lot of focus on the creature itself - whatever it is. I decided on a "badger" to match with what it's doing, burrowing. You know, for the alliteration and because it's "close enough."

Normally, red doesn't do something so protective like having shroud - but having the benefit be while it's attacking makes it O.K., since the creature is still entirely removable before and after the combats it is attacking in, and encouraging attacking is good for red. 

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