Frost Blessing 3G
Distribute X +1/+1 counters among any number of creatures you control, where X is the amount of S spent to cast this spell. Then draw a card for each creature you control with power 4 or greater. A friend of Jorn is never cold.
Priest of the Haunted Dam 1B
Snow Creature - Zombie Cleric T, Sacrifice Priest of the Haunted Dam: Target creature gets -X/-X until end of turn, where X is the number of snow lands you control. Activate this ability only any time you could cast a sorcery.
So "Priest of the Haunted Dam" is a 2-drop 0/4 wall that can opt to sacrifice itself at sorcery speed and basically Skred something to death. Not bad - I bet some snow decks would rather run black than red.
It's also one of the only snow permanent cards I've seen that actually can get spammed with Kaldring, the Rimestaff.
Although the Winding Constrictor does not like the cold, it does like putting 2 +1/+1 counters on 4 different other creatures.
At some point, when I rebild that BW zombie deck I once had, I will make certain to use only snow basics so that this zombie cleric can -x/-x something alongside the two copies of Dark Salvation I had in it.
That's a really old German roleplaying site also strongly associated with the German RPG Das Schwarze auge (DSA, The Dark Eye). I've known them for like two decades now... Amusing to see them get some Magic cards to preview.
What language is this? That's a long way to write "snow".
I was curious myself. It's German, and the word translates as "snowy" - I guess German has a specific rule for adjectives? Cuz "snow" seems to just be "schnee" in German.
I already commented in a another thread on that, it's a bit puzzling they did not use "Schnee-" as in Schnee-Land or Schnee-Kreatur. "Verschneit" can also mean "snowed in," which makes it rather amusing for a German native speaker.