Pretty sure it counts, as it gives Reborn to itself. That being said, card that gives reborn to itself is much better than a card with reborn, because it doesn't lose Reborn, because it permamently gives it to itself. That makes me feel your card is op, because, unless silenced or transformed, it gives you endlessly full board. Also, shouldn't Skeletons be 1/1? Most of Skeletons are, and that's more fitting as I think.
Also, I have a question to more experienced card creators. During making cards for this competition the thing that took most of the time wos looking for pictures. Not sure, if i should ask this question here, but what photoshop programs would you recommend for a beginner?
Misread the card, yeah it does count, but yeah, it's totally broken.
Well, most of the pictures you see here aren't photoshopped at all. It just takes some time and effort to find a good picture. I sometimes spend hours finding the perfect card art for a larger scale project. If you want a program just for general and/or future use, GIMP is free and can do most thing Adobe Photoshop can do.
Not a valid entry. Please read the competition guidelines again:
You must make a card that directly uses the Reborn mechanic. (Cards like Embalming Ritual or Psychopompdo not count.) EDIT: Cards that *gain* Reborn are allowed. (Ex. When this minion attacks, gain Reborn)
You must also choose one of the three following prompts:
Your submission must be a weapon.
Your submission must be a Neutral minion that costs 7 or more.
Your submission must be a class minion that did not receive a Reborn-related card. (You may not choose Rogue, Warrior, Priest, or Paladin.)
First of all: make it a legendary. This effect it too dang powerful for just an epic. 2nd of all: this card is just too dang powerful full stop.
Let me put it this way: in the current standard format, both Paladin and Druid have exactly four cards that could possibly kill this reliably. And all of them are neutrals. (To be specific: Deathwing, Tinkmaster Overspark, Big Game Hunter, and Voodoo Doll. Doomsayer and also Choose-both Keeper of the Grove technically can kill this, but that's why I said 'reliable ways'.) There are no Druid or Paladin standard cards that remove without dealing damage, and sweet mercy on your poor opponent if you could draft this in arena.
There's a difference between something being weak to silence effects, and something that forces silence to be run by a class that literally cannot kill it otherwise.
I wanted to make this come back idefintely but every other way was too hard to achieve. I don't know if you got it but this card is a joke about game of thrones Dothraki in the last season that keep dying but then they are alive again for no reason. I think I don't know how to balance an effect like this.