We have calculated the 5 entries with the highest scores!! Check out all the finalists below and vote in our poll (vote for as many or as few as you like) to help decide the winner and be sure to check back after the poll finishes for the announcement of the winner and the start of a new theme!
Elemental Totem. I like the concept of adding elementals to hand, as it synergizes quite well with existing elemental synergies. However, I feel, is a little too weak. Even though you earn value through 1 mana 2/2s, it doesn't compare to the currently popular EVIL Totem, which is much more powerful due to the prominence of Lackey and battlecry synergies. I would recommend lowering the cost of the totem by 1, or increasing the power of the elemental, maybe to 2/3.
Alysrazor is also a very interesting card. It plays upon "have a dragon in hand" synergies in a unique dynamic by having you discard them. Although it does bring in Dragon concepts, I think it lacks enough concepts to connect the card to being an elemental. It feels coincidentally elemental, a rogue phoenix in an otherwise phoenix-less warlock class.
Yummy Piglet is pretty funny of a card. It displays wonderful, sarcastic humor. In terms of balance, it may be slightly on the strong side, as numerous dragons have more health than attack (notably all the 4/12 ones) - but that's hard to evaluate. The only negative criticism I can give is the weird space in front of the exclamation point of "They fight !"
Wailor's Magenetite Shard is genius. I really like this new rager, that points out the similarity between animated mechs and metal elementals. Also, the inclusion of Divine Shield is critical with its unique stat-line, as well as if it were magnetized. All in all, it's simple, unique, and makes the audience consider its numerous applications.
Why is Weaponized Armadillo not included? That card also got 4 upvotes and all submissions are on the same page.
I'm not sure. I'll talk to Phoenix about this. In the meantime, I've added it.
EDIT: Ok, Nix always does the final poll so he knows best. The formula we use not only accounts for upvotes, but also the position the post is on the page. The farther down a post is on a page, the higher the score is. This is a very slight bonus that we use to break ties. This time, since I added it, I'll keep it there.