Once again, Copypasta'd from KorosukeDoom149's note.
Here are February's Most Flavorful Card/Set Contest Results, by entrance order:
First, we have De-ep-th-ou-ght42's Mega Man Series set.
Very interesting, really. While I never played any of the Mega Man games or even got in touch with the fandom, going from what you described in their descriptions you seem to incorporate their abiltites pretty much in a fun and practical way. The mana costs seem reasonable, the colors and types also pretty much flavorful. Definetly one of the best entrants.
Second, we have NoobplayzgamesMTG's Erza Scarlet, Battleworn.
Since I haven't watched or read Fairy Tail, I once again can't correlate by personal experience. As such, going by your description, it seems like a pretty flavorful card, but overpowered for its mana cost. Flash, double strike, haste and vigilance on a 6/6 card with free equipment attaching that gives it +2/+2 in addition can very easily bypass the -1/-1 malus, particularly when the equipment attached also increases power and thoughness.
Third, we have Aurgelmir27's Sense Gnomes.
I absolutely never heard of these guys, but they seem like an interesting bunch. Cheers for the video, by the way. Anyways, from what you told me in the description and in the video, my problem with this card is the flavor itself. The ability seems to convey you're sacrificing one gnome for each human you kill, when it isn't really what happens (unless they actually sacrifice one of them with the player's death in the game). In terms of mechanics, while it has decent power and thoughness for its mana cost, it will gradually weaken with each use of the ability, which is somewhat limited by only sticking with humans. Personally, I would discard the -1/-1 effect. The rest seems reasonable, except for MSE's default square rarity icon, and while black wouldn't be my first color in mind when I think of gnomes, I can understand why you chose it.
Fourth, we have Jakethecardsculptor's The Doctor.
Very interesting, indeed. David Tennant's tenth Doctor was actually the second Doctor I came to know after the ninth's short tenure, and the one I enjoyed the most as well. The card itself seems to be well structured, functional and very flavorful with the Doctor's theme. Another one worthy of the podium.
Fifth, we have Tommo999's Duck Hunt Dog.
While I never got to play his game, I believe most of the oldest players remember the little critter. I'll admit it's a somewhat strange choice, since without the explanation of the card's abilities I seriously wouldn't have seen much flavor in it. In the end, the abilities seem to be decent both technically and flavorfully, despite being based mostly on the character's SSB4 incarnation. Also, the artist's name is missing, and the rarity icon is once again MSE's default square. The creature type is also weird, since like the card's name implies, it's a dog and not a wolf, but I guess you went for a more used creature type. The mana cost could be slightly higher too, for a supposed rare. All in all, while not a bad card, I personally think you picked a somewhat tricky character to convert to a MTG card.
Lastly, we have NO8ODY's Porunga.
I can say I'm a DBZ fan, so I have good understanding of how the dragons there work, they're essentially the "Genies" of the DBZ universe. Honestly, it's actually a character with very good flavor potential, but the card's abilities seem to waste that potential. Porunga, specifically, grants you three wishes, no more no less. But instead, the card conveys the sense that it gives you unlimited wishes so long as you manage to cast its "ultimate". Personally, I would have it enter with 3 loyalty counters and have three -1 abilities that allow you to search for specific cards, cast them without paying their mana cost and maybe exile target cards (this is just an example). You could have even tied this card with a "7 Namekian Dragonballs" artifact card as the only way to be summoned to the battlefield and possibly make it immune to damage, but still allowing it to be exiled. It would make it much, much more flavorful, if you ask me.
Now, my veredict: The Doctor, by Jakethecardsculptor!
Personally, it would be a tie between The Doctor and Deep's Mega Man set. Both are very well designed, with pretty good flavor. The reason why The Doctor takes the cake, however, it's mostly due to his versability with various decks, while Deep's Mega Man set seems to stick more with artifacts.
All in all, 'twas an awesome contest. Thanks to everyone for participating with your awesome ideas!
Until next time, KorosukeDoom149 out!