Bethesda just announced the Jaws of Oblivion expansion for The Elder Scrolls: Legendscard game, and guess what?! It's Oblivion-based. As fans recall, the 2006 game, titled "The Elder Scrolls IV," tore open the open world market and went down in history alongside of its predecessor Morrowind.
In turn it crafted some of its own unique lore, and Bethesda is aiming to get back to that with the 75-card expansion arriving October 8, which features a new keyword: Invade (summon Oblivion Gates). We can share one card exclusively today in the form of the Unicorn. As a 3-cost card it's pretty humble, and it actually serves as a buffer of sorts for lower power cards, granting them Charge (creatures can attack the turn they are summoned).
As you can imagine this invites all sorts of trickery, like buffing the Unicorn's strength to create a stampede of chargers. It'll require some finesse to really wring out its potential, but even as-is it should work well against CPUs who won't see it coming.