For kitchen-table level play only, of course, cause that's literally all I play anyway.
@ajanionthespot I never have an issue with it. Proxies and gold borders are fine so long as it isn't sanctioned.
@ajanionthespot also my fiancee would probably love to talk bant enchantments with you
@Jmaurer Any time.
@ajanionthespot looks good
@ajanionthespot What I do in a lot of my custom card designs is just outright say "Not a Real Card" on the artist by-line.
It's a crude solution, but it's a solution.
@newdarkcloud Yeah, I put a similar deal in the cards I make up for the D&D game:
@ajanionthespot I just scribble things on 3/4 of a sticky note, hand torn, attached to a basic land not in my colors, maybe some crayons to indicate color, and sleeve it up
or print the card on a black and white laser printer, 9 per page, so they're obviously not real, similarly crayons and sleeved with a land
I feel the kind of friends who would argue about the micrometer thickness of the cards would've said no to proxies
And yeah, power level/price. When one player brings proxied stuff like Jace, the Mind Sculptor to a game where the other people held back with proxies, that's kinda meh.
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