affinityforanime asked: You said that my card Crushing Despair is basically Plague Wind, but that's not really true. I chose -5/-5 because it's right at the edge of not being able to kill your opponent's big creatures, while Plague Wind guarantees you destroy all of your opponent's creatures.
Crushing Despair also removes indestructible creatures. I’m not saying you should make it cost 9, like plague wind, but it is something to consider. The more options a card has, the better it is.
For a similar situation, see Vandalblast vs Shatterstorm.
Shatterstorm is all artifacts, and they can’t be regenerated, for 4. Vandalblast is one you don’t control for one, or all you don’t control for 5.
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Messiah reflects light-based attacks, and with the second ability I was trying to capture the flavor of Megidolaon.
The source of damage from noncreature, nonplaneswalker permanents is the spell or permanent’s owner. So damage from a white spell like Harm’s Way or a white enchantment’s ability like Lightmine Field that damage is dealt to the player who cast the spell or owns the enchantment.
I’m pretty sure this isn’t an official Magic rule, but since I made white reflect I’m making my own ruling on it.
That is emphatically not how sources work. The source of any damage or effect is listed in the card text. The source of Lightning Bolt’s damage is Lightning Bolt, for instance.
Now, you could change the wording on white reflect to work that way:
Whenever a white source would deal damage to a creature you control, if it’s a noncreature, nonplaneswalker source, that source deals that damage to its controller instead. Otherwise, that source deals that damage to itself instead.
The comp rules have a fairly clear definition of what a source can be, in 609.7 - 609.7c.
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phillykiller777 asked: Just wanted to thank you for your in put it was extremely helpful ! Im currently working on some new cards and mechanics so the tips you gave should help alot. thanks again !
Yo, no problem. You should check out this post too, it’s got a bunch of info: