Greetings fellow players, after a few tests and thoughts I have come with my set of house rules to become a format.
It takes a bite out of commander, a bite out of chaos magic to try and become something unique.
Basically, it is a sealed format, each player using one planeswalker deck (we used the ones from M21 for the tests), there can be no repeated planeswalker (in any form or variation) in any deck and each deck may only have 1 planeswalker, here called the Avatar.
The Avatar is the personification of the player, and so it starts on the board and has a total life points equal to 20 + it's starting loyalty points.
The player cease to exist, he or she now becomes the Avatar, any spell or ability that would have the player as a target now targets the Avatar.
The planeswalker card type ceases to exist, any spell or ability that targets a planeswalker will not have effect upon the Avatar.
The player may only interact with the closest one either left or right, be to attack, cast spells or trigger abilities upon.
Regarding the chaos deck:
At least 30 cards of spells that adds up random effects.
The starting player is the one responsible for drawing from the chaos deck, starting from his or hers second turn, before the Begin phase.
It preceeds any triggers and cannot be avoided or countered.
It never aims at a single card, if it has the text "target" consider it as "all".
If the cards are exausted, shuffle and restart.
Well, that's pretty much it, it is almost as having a mtg boardgame, just open and play, good when you have friends with too different deck levels or just want some casual fun.
Would love to hear some feedback on that format.