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

Isn't she cute~ One of the four Planeswalkers in the set. This Luna was created around the idea that after being exiled for a thousand years she'd have a lot to catch up on, including a whole lot of magic.
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no-just-yes Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013
OK time for making a proxie
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Le-Poney-Dragonique Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013
Luna is wicked with that -10 power =)
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FrozenTwins Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
You may want to reword the second ability. As it is, they can cast any number of Instant or Sorceries from their graveyard when you activate it. Unless that's what you want of course.
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Molecular1 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Love these cards but can I request a Planeswalker of Luna in her adult form please? That is, if your still making these. Great job BTW! (Oh and make her only blue please, Thx)
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SK-Seoul Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I like the concept and Joseco's art, but if you have a -10 ability, there's no justifiable reason for anyone to let something like that survive for 6 whole turns.

I would suggest having it be a +2 and -12 setup, respectably. But, that's just from my experience with Planeswalkers.
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MTG-Critic Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2011
This is busted. You can fix it by adding "exile that card if you do" for the -3. The +1 should at LEAST require a discard afterwards or something.
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NXTangl Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2012
Not really. IIRC, you can't use more than one Planeswalker ability per turn. I mean, a lot of planeswalker cards have a loyalty-gain ability that benefits you when you use it.
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Death-By-Grunge Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011
Sorry,but I'm not familiar with this type of MTG card.Could explain what the numbers on the side mean?
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Kitonin Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011
The numbers on the side are the 'costs' to use one of the Planeswalker's abilities. Each Planeswalker has an initial loyalty (the number in the bottom right of the card) and to use an ability takes from that loyalty.

Luna's first ability costs +1 to use, meaning you'd put one loyalty counter on her to use that one. Her second and third abilities cost -3 and -10 loyalty respectively, meaning you have to remove 3 and 10 loyalty counters to use them.

I know for a fact that this explanation is lacking soo... here's a better explanation
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Death-By-Grunge Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2011
Yours was good.
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