On August 3, 2015, something terrible happened: Enterplay asked me to design a card for an upcoming set in the company’s fledgling My Little Pony Collectible Card Game.
The road was long and arduous, with numerous design ideas (rightfully) rejected, but after wearing them down with one poor life decision after another, I finally slipped a card through. Players can expect to find it in the game’s upcoming Defenders of Equestria set, but I’m gonna go ahead and spoil it here and now.
Honestly, I don’t know why they didn’t just print every card I suggested in my previous article. But without further ado, I present to you what is objectively the best card in Defenders of Equestria. You’re welcome.
Hey all! While the people who could actually attend GenCon have been posting tournament reports, I’m going to talk about how we ended up playing what we did. While I wasn’t able to play myself, I was involved heavily in the testing. Magic of friendship, etc.
Three of us from Team Pandeponium made it to Gencon this year, so you’ll get three tournament reports, each incompetent and frustratingly unhelpful in its own way. Mine will focus on how I am terrible at life and former Continental Champ and all-around good dude Nation Morath had to talk me down from lying down in the street and dying via Facebook. Also I’ll throw some stuff in about my match ups, probably? You know, whatever we feel like doing. It’s a process.