, Sacrifice Ashnod's Coupon: Target player gets you target drink. You pay any costs for the drink.
Limited time offer. Void where prohibited. Limit one per purchase. Valid only in participating duels. This coupon is nontransferable and invalid if shattered, crumbled, detonated, pillaged, or otherwise disenchanted. Cash value less than 1/20 of a cent. Offer not valid in Quebec, Rhode Island, or where prohibited by law or the DCI.
illus. Edward P. Beard, Jr # 69/0
: Tear Blacker Lotus into pieces. Add four mana of any one color. Remove the pieces from the game.
illus. Christopher Rush # 70/0
Spells you cast costless to cast.
You must speak in a voice other than your normal voice.
When you speak in your normal voice, sacrifice Bronze Calendar.
Every page holds a month, every date a numeral.
illus. Melissa A. Benson # 71/0
Pursuant to subsection 3.1(4) of Richard's Rules of Order, at the beginning of the upkeep of each participant in this game of the Magic: The Gathering® trading card game (hereafter known as "PLAYER"), that PLAYER performs all actions in the sequence of previously added actions (hereafter known as "ACTION QUEUE"), in the order those actions were added, then adds another action to the end of the ACTION QUEUE. All actions must be simple physical or verbal actions that a player can perform while sitting in a chair, without jeopardizing the health and security of said PLAYER.
When any PLAYER does not perform all the prescribed actions in the correct order, sacrifice Bureaucracy and said PLAYER discards their complement of cards in hand (hereafter known as "HAND").
illus. Mark Zug # 14/0
Whenever any player taps a permanent, that player choose one of their opponents. The chosen player gains control of that permanent at the beginning of the next end step.
At the beginning of each player's end step, if that player didn't tap any nonland permanents that turn, Burning Cinder Fury of Crimson Chaos Fire deals 3 damage to that player.
illus. Richard Kane Ferguson # 40/0
For each other card named Cardboard Carapace you have with you outside the game, enchanted creature gets +1/+1.
. . . that exciting . . . about . . .
illus. Douglas Shuler # 54/0
As Censorship enters the battlefield, choose a word.
Whenever a player says the chosen word, Censorship deals 2 damage to that player.
Editor's note: There were no suitable flavor text submissions for this card.
illus. CENSORED # 15/0
, : Tear Chaos Confetti into pieces. Throw the pieces onto the battlefield from a distance of at least five feet. Destroy each permanent that a piece touches. Remove the pieces from the game.
And you thought that was just an urban legend.
illus. Mark Tedin # 72/0
As Charm School enters the battlefield, choose a color and balance Charm School on your head.
Prevent all damage that would be dealt to you by sources of the chosen color.
When Charm School falls off your head, sacrifice Charm School.
illus. Kaja Foglio # 1/0
Cast this spell only if there are three or more players in the game.
Whenever a player casts a spell, each of that player's opponents may discard a card. If they do, counter that spell.
illus. David A. Cherry # 16/0
Whenever a 6 is rolled on a six-sided die, put a +1/+1 counter on each Chicken. (You may roll dice only when instructed to.)
Tap an untapped Chicken you control: Roll a six-sided die.
During the Chicken Revolution, the king managed to keep his head while the others—well, just ran around.
illus. Mark Zug # 17/0
At the beginning of your upkeep, roll a six-sided die. If you roll a 6, sacrifice Chicken Egg and create a 4/4 red Giant Chicken creature token.
"That's a lotta nuggets."—Jaya Ballard, task mage
illus. Christopher Rush # 41/0
As Clam Session enters the battlefield, choose a word.
At the beginning of your upkeep, you may sing at least six words of a song, at least one of which is the chosen word. If you don't, sacrifice Clam Session. You can't repeat a song.
"Duke, Duke, Duke, Duke of Pearl . . . ."
illus. Randy Elliott # 20/0
Whenever Clambassadors deals damage to a player, choose an artifact, creature, or land you control. That player gains control of that permanent.
"Sorry we shelled your village—here's some gold."
illus. Randy Elliott # 18/0
If you roll a 3 on a six-sided die, you may reroll that die.
The Clams down in ClamvilleAll scootered and skittled—"The three is no more"The Clam fiddler fiddled.
illus. Randy Elliott # 19/0
, Throw Clay Pigeon into the air at least two feet above your head while seated: If you catch Clay Pigeon with one hand, prevent all damage a source of your choice would deal to you this turn and tap Clay Pigeon. Otherwise, sacrifice it.
illus. D. Alexander Gregory # 73/0
Whenever a player casts a spell without asking your permission while casting it, counter that spell.
When a player asks you permission to cast a spell and you refuse, counter that spell and sacrifice Common Courtesy.
"You didn't say the Magic word."
illus. Mike Raabe # 21/0
: Return Deadhead from your graveyard to the battlefield. Activate this ability only if an opponent isn't touching their hand (of cards).
"I'm back from the Dead," the zombie moaned. "And they were far out, man."
illus. Daren Bader # 30/0
Choose a card name, then target spell's controller reveals their hand. If a card with the chosen name is revealed this way, counter that spell.
"Don't worry about it. It happens to every mage sooner or later."
illus. Quinton Hoover # 22/0
Choose another player. Look at that player's hand and choose a card other than a basic land card from it. They discard that card. At the beginning of the first upkeep in your next game with that player, look at that player's hand and choose a card other than a basic land card from it. They discard that card.
"You're in for a nasty butt-kickin'."
illus. Jeff Laubenstein # 31/0
Choose another player. Double Deal deals 3 damage to that player. At the beginning of the first upkeep in your next game with that player, Double Deal deals 3 damage to the player.
"I'm facing defeat, . . ."
illus. Edward P. Beard, Jr # 42/0
Choose another player. You gain 5 life. At the beginning of the first upkeep in your next game with that player, you gain 5 life.
In a duel and taking a lickin' . . .
illus. D. Alexander Gregory # 3/0
Choose another player. Search your library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield, then shuffle your library. At the beginning of the first upkeep in your next game with that player, search your library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield, then shuffle your library.
The wizard exclaimed, "I'm no chicken . . . ."
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 55/0
Choose another player. You draw two cards. At the beginning of the first upkeep in your next game with that player, you draw two cards.
"But next time we meet, . . ."
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 23/0
As Elvish Impersonators enters the battlefield, roll a six-sided die twice. Its base power becomes the first result and its base toughness becomes the second result.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 56/0
Flip X coins. For each flip you win, create a 2/2 green Sheep creature token named Rabid Sheep.
And their bleating was like a wet salmon slapped upon the land—slap slap slap
illus. Anthony S. Waters # 57/0
Enchanted creature is a Chicken with base power and toughness 1/1 and loses all abilities.
"I feel like chicken tonight"
illus. Mark Poole # 24/0
When Free-for-All enters the battlefield, exile all creatures face down.
At the beginning of each player's upkeep, that player chooses a card exiled with Free-for-All at random and puts it onto the battlefield.
When Free-for-All leaves the battlefield, put all cards exiled with it into their owners' graveyards.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 25/0
: Roll two six-sided dice. If both results are the same, Free-Range Chicken gets +X/+X until end of turn, where X is that result. If the total of those results is equal to any other total you have rolled this turn for Free-Range Chicken, sacrifice it. (For example, if you roll two 3s, Free-Range Chicken gets +3/+3. If you roll a total of 6 for Free-Range Chicken later that turn, sacrifice it.)
illus. Mike Raabe # 58/0
Exile all lands. Give each player a number of those cards chosen at random equal to the number of those cards the player controlled. Each player returns those cards to the battlefield under their control.
illus. Doug Chaffee # 59/0
Target player and each of that player's teammates exchange life totals.
Gimme five (Or whatever you got.)
illus. Melissa A. Benson # 4/0
When Ghazbán Ogress enters the battlefield, if one player has won more Magic games that day than any other player, that player gains control of Ghazbán Ogress.
illus. Mike Raabe # 60/0
, : Move a counter from one permanent onto another. If the second permanent refers to any kind of counter, the moved counter becomes one of those counters. Otherwise, it becomes a +1/+1 counter.
Only a villain would unleash a giant fan on anyone
illus. Randy Gallegos # 74/0
, : Reflip any coin or reroll any die. (Activate this ability only any time it makes sense.)
"Glok loved bets He'd sit in the bar all night an' laugh an' laugh. Hey—he still owes me."—Squee, goblin casino hand
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 43/0
If Goblin Bowling Team would deal damage to a permanent or player, it deals that much damage plus the result of a six-sided die roll to that permanent or player instead.
Flog was out of his league—this game wasn't up his alley, but the team couldn't spare him if he split.
illus. Pete Venters # 44/0
Roll a six-sided die. If you roll a 1, Goblin Tutor has no effect. Otherwise, search your library for the indicated card, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle your library.
2 — A card named Goblin Tutor
3 — An enchantment card
4 — An artifact card
5 — A creature card
6 — An instant or sorcery card
illus. Quinton Hoover # 45/0
Roll a six-sided die. Target creature gets +X/+X until end of turn, where X is the result.
MORE TO LOVE: Friendly, nature-loving, Bunyonesque SEM seeks SEF looking for a huge commitment. . . . seeks atog prince
illus. Jeff Laubenstein # 61/0
Gus enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it for each Magic game you have lost to one of your opponents since you last won a game against them.
"Now I lay me down to sleep What are you starin' at?"
illus. DiTerlizzi # 62/0
As Handcuffs enters the battlefield, choose a player.
When the chosen player's hands aren't touching each other, sacrifice Handcuffs and that player sacrifices three permanents.
"That was fun Now me."—Gwendlyn Di Corci
illus. Jeff Laubenstein # 32/0
At the beginning of your upkeep, you may remove a counter from a permanent you control. If you don't, sacrifice Hungry Hungry Heifer.
illus. Randy Gallegos # 63/0
Denimwalk (This creature can't be blocked as long as defending player is wearing denim.)
"Nothing comes between me and my Didgeridoos™."
illus. Kaja Foglio # 46/0
When you speak in non-rhyming sentences, sacrifice I'm Rubber, You're Glue.
Say "I'm rubber, you're glue. Everything bounces off me and sticks to you": Change the target of target spell or ability that targets only you.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 5/0
Each player searches their library for any number of artifact, creature, enchantment, and/or land cards, puts them onto the battlefield, then shuffles their library.
illus. Quinton Hoover # 64/0
Flying, first strike
, Reveal Infernal Spawn of Evil from your hand, Say "It's coming": Infernal Spawn of Evil deals 1 damage to target opponent or planeswalker. Activate this ability only during your upkeep and only once each turn.
illus. Ron Spencer # 33/0
: Roll a six-sided die. This ability has the indicated effect.
1 — Sacrifice Jack-in-the-Mox and you lose 5 life.
2 — Add.
3 — Add.
4 — Add.
5 — Add.
6 — Add.
illus. Dan Frazier # 75/0
, : Shuffle Jalum Grifter and two lands you control face down. Target opponent chooses one of those cards. Turn the cards face up. If they chose Jalum Grifter, sacrifice it. Otherwise, destroy target permanent.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 47/0
, , Sacrifice Jester's Sombrero: Look at target player's sideboard, choose three cards from it, and remove those cards from the match.
"¡Yo quiero Kormus Bell"
illus. Dan Frazier # 76/0
As Jumbo Imp enters the battlefield, roll a six-sided die. Jumbo Imp enters the battlefield with a number of +1/+1 counters on it equal to the result.
At the beginning of your upkeep, roll a six-sided die and put a number of +1/+1 counters on Jumbo Imp equal to the result.
At the beginning of your end step, roll a six-sided die and remove a number of +1/+1 counters from Jumbo Imp equal to the result.
illus. Pete Venters # 34/0
, Do the Hokey Pokey: Prevent all damage a source of your choice would deal to Knight of the Hokey Pokey this turn. (To do the Hokey Pokey, put your right foot in. Put your right foot out. Put your right foot in. Shake it all about. Repeat this process for your left foot, right arm, left arm, and whole self.)
That's what it's all about.
illus. Kev Walker # 6/0
At the beginning of your upkeep, roll a six-sided die. If you a roll a 1, sacrifice Krazy Kow and it deals 3 damage to each creature and each player.
"I got your milk right here"
illus. Ron Spencer # 48/0
Choose a land type. Exile all lands you control of that type. Drop those cards, one at a time, onto the playing area from a height of at least one foot. Destroy each permanent completely covered by those cards. Then return the cards you dropped to the battlefield tapped.
illus. Daren Bader # 49/0
Whenever Lexivore deals damage to a player, destroy target permanent other than Lexivore with the most lines of text in its text box. (If two or more cards are tied, target any one of them.)
Plucking the chicken—Elvish expression meaning "flinging the monkey"
illus. Daniel Gelon # 7/0
Ban a card other than a basic land card for the rest of the match. (All cards with that name in any zone or sideboard are removed from the match.)
Few understand the DCI's rigorous decision-making process.
illus. Mark Rosewater # 8/0
Stand up, Flap your arms, Cluck like a chicken: Mesa Chicken gains flying until end of turn.
"Lo lord of layers proudly comb-crestedHero to hens father to feathersCrowing sun-caller weaver of wattleElder to eggs."—Rooster Saga
illus. Kev Walker # 9/0
When Mine, Mine, Mine enters the battlefield, each player puts their library into their hand.
Players have no maximum hand size and don't lose the game for drawing from an empty library.
Each player can't cast more than one spell each turn.
When Mine, Mine, Mine leaves the battlefield, each player shuffles their hand and graveyard into their library.
illus. Heather Hudson # 65/0
Mirror Mirror enters the battlefield tapped.
, , Sacrifice Mirror Mirror: Choose target player. At the beginning of the next end step, exchange life totals with that player, exchange control of all permanents you and that player control, and exchange cards in your hands, cards in your libraries, and cards in your graveyards.
illus. Kaja Foglio # 77/0
Flying, first strike
At the beginning of each other player's upkeep, you may compliment that player on their game play. If you don't, sacrifice Miss Demeanor.
Even war can be civil.
illus. Matthew Wilson # 10/0
Exile all permanents and all cards from all graveyards. Each player shuffles their hand into their library, then draws seven cards. Each player's life total becomes 10. Exile Once More with Feeling.
DCI ruling — A deck can have only one card named Once More with Feeling.
If yo . . . ted.
illus. Terese Nielsen # 11/0
Your team may sacrifice any number of creatures. For each creature sacrificed this way, you add.
"Lucy, you've got some spleenin' to do."
illus. Terese Nielsen # 35/0
Whenever a creature deals damage to a player, that player may say "Ow" once for each permanent named Ow. If the player doesn't, Ow deals 1 damage to them.
Have you ever noticed how some flavor text has no relevance whatsoever to the card it's on?
illus. Edward P. Beard, Jr # 36/0
Creatures named Rock Lobster can't attack or block.
The tiger is always quick to fold.
illus. Heather Hudson # 78/0
Whenever a creature dies, you may roll a six-sided die. If you roll a 1, sacrifice Poultrygeist. Otherwise, put a +1/+1 counter on Poultrygeist.
Farmer Brown never ate eggs again.
illus. Daren Bader # 37/0
Destroy target nonartifact, nonland permanent that doesn't share a color with clothing worn by its controller.
"Spring in Dominaria means pastels"—Excerpt from Mage's Home Journal
illus. D. Alexander Gregory # 12/0
Each player plays with the top card of their library held against their forehead, revealed to each other player.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 26/0
Whenever a player casts a spell that targets a single player, each player rolls a six-sided die. Change the target of that spell to the player with the lowest result. Reroll to break ties, if necessary.
illus. David A. Cherry # 50/0
Creatures named Scissors Lizard can't attack or block.
Many take the lobster for granite.
illus. Heather Hudson # 79/0
Creatures named Paper Tiger can't attack or block.
Nothing beats the lizard's shear power.
illus. Heather Hudson # 80/0
Prevent the next 3 damage that would be dealt this turn to any number of targets, divided as you choose. If there are more people in the room of a different gender than you are as you cast this spell, prevent the next 6 damage this way instead.
illus. Matthew Wilson # 13/0
Before any player casts a spell with the same name as a card in any graveyard, that player may say "sorry." If they don't, any other player may say "sorry" as the spell is being cast. When another player says "sorry" this way, counter the spell.
Whenever a player says "sorry" at any other time, Sorry deals 2 damage to that player.
illus. Kaja Foglio # 27/0
When Spark Fiend enters the battlefield, roll two six-sided dice. If you rolled 2, 3, or 12, sacrifice Spark Fiend. If you rolled 7 or 11, don't roll dice for Spark Fiend during any of your following upkeeps. If you rolled any other total, note that total.
At the beginning of your upkeep, roll two six-sided dice. If you rolled 7, sacrifice Spark Fiend. If you roll the noted total, don't roll dice for Spark Fiend during any of your following upkeeps. Otherwise, do nothing.
illus. Pete Venters # 51/0
, , Sacrifice Spatula of the Ages: You may put a silver-bordered permanent card from your hand onto the battlefield.
At last Urza's powers were focused through the incredible artifact."Who wants pancakes?" he asked.
illus. Melissa A. Benson # 81/0
: Reveal a card in your hand, covering the artist credit. Target opponent guesses the artist. If they guess wrong, create a 1/1 green Squirrel creature token.
"And the ignorant shall fall to the squirrels."—Chip 2:54
illus. Ron Spencer # 66/0
Roll a six-sided die. Strategy, Schmategy has the indicated effect.
1 — Do nothing.
2 — Destroy all artifacts.
3 — Destroy all lands.
4 — Strategy, Schmategy deals 3 damage to each creature and each player.
5 — Each player discards their hand and draws seven cards.
6 — Repeat this process two more times.
illus. Daniel Gelon # 52/0
Creatures target player's team controls get +1/+1 until end of turn.
Due to some late-night partying, the chicken missed the group photo.
illus. Terese Nielsen # 67/0
As Temp of the Damned enters the battlefield, roll a six-sided die. Temp of the Damned enters the battlefield with a number of funk counters on it equal to the result.
At the beginning of your upkeep, remove a funk counter from Temp of the Damned. If you can't, sacrifice it.
"Not the graveyard shift again"
illus. Adam Rex # 38/0
When you control no permanents other than The Cheese Stands Alone and have no cards in hand, you win the game.
The meat, on the other hand, has frequent visitors.
illus. Randy Elliott # 2/0
The Ultimate Nightmare of Wizards of the Coast® Customer Service deals X damage to each of Y target creatures and Z target players or planeswalkers.
The number printed on the card is no longer in service. For help, go to wizards.custhelp.com or find us on Twitter @Wizards_Help.
illus. Melissa A. Benson # 53/0
: You may put a creature card from your hand onto the battlefield.
"Just wait till I get my Leviathan . . . ."
illus. Edward P. Beard, Jr # 68/0
Urza's Contact Lenses enters the battlefield tapped.
Urza's Contact Lenses doesn't untap during your untap step.
As long as Urza's Contact Lenses is untapped, all players play with their hands revealed.
Clap your hands twice: You may tap or untap Urza's Contact Lenses.
illus. David A. Cherry # 82/0
: Roll a six-sided die. Urza's Science Fair Project gets the indicated result.
1 — It gets -2/-2 until end of turn.
2 — Prevent all combat damage it would deal this turn.
3 — It gains vigilance until end of turn.
4 — It gains first strike until end of turn.
5 — It gains flying until end of turn.
6 — It gets +2/+2 until end of turn.
illus. Claymore J. Flapdoodle # 83/0
As Volrath's Motion Sensor enters the battlefield, choose one of enchanted player's hands. That player balances Volrath's Motion Sensor on the back of that hand.
When Volrath's Motion Sensor falls off the chosen hand, sacrifice Volrath's Motion Sensor and enchanted player loses 3 life.
illus. Mark Tedin # 39/0