You Make the Card
You Made the Card 4 is finished, and Wizards of the Coast has shown off a mock-up of the final look. So, that’s actually pretty good there. Especially if Theros is still in rotation when this comes out it may see play. You can see a more detailed history of how the card came to be here. But we now want to know what you all think of the card, use the comments section below to tell us.
As we said Friday, the final two have been selected and the vote for the name we will give our Magic: the Gathering card for You Make the Card 4 has been put up today. The final two choices are. . . all eight options. Yet another issue with the software has been noted and instead of stretching this round further, we just get to choose from all eight in one vote. Here’s the eight. Vile Plunder Drudge Rummage Waste Not Spoils of Misery Riches From Rags Necroharvest Skullduggery Carpe Noctem I noted my preference last week, and voted on
Apparently there was an issue in the system on Monday. This round of voting for You Make the Card 4 has to be redone. Here’s the official statement. Howdy folks, Something went wrong in our pairings last night. We dug back into it and it looks like there was a mistake in the tracking of the names for votes (not for the options displayed) so the numbers were correct but we had them attributed to the wrong pairs. Due to this mistake, the four options we put up to vote yesterday were incorrect. Below is Ethan’s article with the corrected
You Make the Card 4 is well under way as names have been tallied and votes are happening. Monday released the first brackets for voting on the eight potential names for our card (I missed that due to local technical difficulties, sorry). Those have been narrowed down to four, which will show off after the jump.
As said last week an sketch has been chosen. Now it’s time to name the card. Not much has changed since last time we looked so we’re just going to link over to the main page that explains the do’s and don’ts of naming the card and has the submission form right there. Submissions do close at 9 PM PST on August 6, so get a name out there and then let us know of others you may like in the comments section below.
Last week, You Make the Card 4 had us vote on the sketch that will eventually become the artwork in the card we have been making for Magic: the Gathering. The results are in as of this morning and if you take the jump you can get a look at what won.
So far during the fourth iteration of You Make the Card we’ve decided on a type, a color, a mechanic, and now an art description. The art description was sent off to Matt Stewart. He’s sent in three sketches and that’s the next vote. We’ve got the full winning description and the trio of sketches to vote on after the jump.
You Make the Card 4 is finally back under the public eye. This time around, while the development team works behind the scenes to figure out what the card can and/or can’t be, we get to start down the creative process. To find out what that means, take the jump.
The abilities have been halved, we are now down to the Top 4, and we are only getting today to go out and vote down to the top 2, so let’s just get over there and get it done. We do still have the cards and the current bracket after the jump.
Well the submissions have been gone through. Wizards has gone through the 7,000+ entries and, through a rigorous process, has managed to narrow it down to eight different choices. So what are we looking at? Well, take the jump and find out.
Well, Black has been chosen, and by a large margin at that. Up next we get to see if this will or won’t be an Aura. So take the jump for a better look at the full card and then watch (read) us argue about our choices.
Major Spoilers is following the latest “You Make The Card” promotion from Magic: The Gathering. Don’t know how you’re gonna vote? Check out our thoughts on it after the jump!
Last week, Wizards of the Coast announced the Magic: the Gathering You Make the Card 4 and their plans to encourage communication on the project. We here at Major Spoilers followed through on their request. This week shows a bit of a wrinkle in their initial plan, which we’ll discuss after the jump.