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Elements of Harmony - FiMtG by Kitonin Elements of Harmony - FiMtG by Kitonin
Part of the first set of My Little Pony/Magic: The Gathering cards, I decided to make.

The Elements of Harmony totally have the power to destroy things, that's how they beat Nightmare Moon. That's my theory and I'm sticking to it.
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FaustXXXVII Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012
If the last element of Harmony is Magic

the 6th mana source of Magic must be Harmony

SketchyStart Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You just dropped a Tactical Rain-Nuke inside my mind
Jonathan-Teatime Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
I feel like the creature token ought to be a Pegasus Unicorn Pony. Earth ponies have their own special attributes (greater physical strength, connection with plants and animals) that the other types don't share, but the alicorns do share them.
A-Therianthrope Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2011
Something about this just screams "Legacy Weapon" to me. Then again, the elements kind of already did that anyways.
rudneve Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2011
Hmm... interesting interpretation of the EoH... but It would make more sense to me to have them be separate artifacts that gained additional abilities if they were all on the table.
Kydoon Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So if the Eldrazi ever awaken beneath the other eye of Ugin that resides deep in the Everfree Forest, and Celestia turns to the elements of harmony to vanquish them, Equestria is screwed. =P
FreedomAndChaos Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
Dupliceghost is correct. Removing the counters needs to be part of the cause, not the effect. Otherwise, there's nothing stopping you from activating the ability the turn you play the card.
Dupliceghost Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
"1, T: Destroy target creature that shares a color with mana spent to activate this ability. Put an element counter on Elements of Harmony. Spend only colored mana to activate this ability.
1, T, Remove six element counters from Elements of Harmony and sacrifice it: Put a colorless 6/6 Pegasus Unicorn creature token with "T: Destroy target colored creature." onto the battlefield."

Feels off-flavour, but oh well.
ArixOrdragc Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
As I said ^^^up there, it needs to say "Destroy target creature IF IT shares a colour", not "Destroy target creature THAT shares a colour".
BB-K Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is powerful, but the card can be quite hard to manage when the opposing decks you fight are not utilizing all colors. 2 color decks are the most common you find in many various games.
okreps Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
Repeatable destruction for colorless with a game-changing final effect? That is powerful. I'd change the cost of the first ability to 2T, remove the no colorless restriction and say that you could only destroy a creature which shares a color with mana used to activate the ability. Second ability could be a tap-sac.
z1zhou Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
"And by our powers combined, I am Captain Planet!"

Love the flavor on this one. A little slow to use, but I'd play it for fun.
ArixOrdragc Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
Again, I feel the need to fix the wording on this, otherwise it doesn't work. The first ability should not read "Destroy target creature THAT shares a colour...", but "Destroy target creature IF IT shares a colour...". The reason is the targets are chosen before costs are paid. When you choose a target for the ability, you haven't yet paid the mana, and thus the game doesn't even know what you're allowed to target.
Pangolynn Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
Superflavour. Very nice. Good use of 6s. Strong but not overpowered, this is a draft-around card I want to see pack 1 pick 1. Also, this + alloy myr = oh baby.
Light-Dark-Dragon Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011
I'm surprised that the elements of harmony destroy things, but that contradicts your story and I'd rather not do that with people looking.

In all seriousness, I like this card. It's balanced, it's fun, it's really interesting. The only thing I don't like about it is the fact that it's so complex. The text is thick.
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