Celebration cards are non-legal with very limited printings, made by the creators of Magic: the Gathering for special events or celebrations. On several of them, the rules text is flavorful but doesn't work within the official rules.
|Name||Creators||Number in existence||Occasion|
|1996 World Champion||Wizards of the Coast||1||The 1996 World Championships|
|Shichifukujin Dragon||Wizards of the Coast||1||Opening of the Japan DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan|
|Proposal||Richard Garfield||9||Garfield proposing marriage to his girlfriend Lily Wu.|
|Splendid Genesis||Richard Garfield||110||The birth of Garfield's first child, Terry.|
|Fraternal Exaltation||Richard Garfield||220 ||The birth of Garfield's second child, Schuyler.|
|Robot Chicken||Wizards of the Coast||6||A successful cooperation with the creators of Robot Chicken.|
|Phoenix Heart||Richard Garfield||Unknown||Garfield's wedding to Koni Kim.|
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References[edit | edit source]
- Mark Rosewater (December 14, 2012). "If you can get the holiday cards into Gatherer, could you also see about getting 1996 World Champion, Shichifukujin Dragon, Proposal, Splendid Genesis, Fraternal Exaltation, and Robot Chicken put in?". Blogatog. Tumblr.
- Mark Rosewater (October 31, 2015). "Do you think we will see Proposal, Splendid Genesis, or Fraternal Exaltation in a standard legal set any time soon? Or are they too overpowered for standard?". Blogatog. Tumblr.
- Magic Librarities