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Can I make a card that places a +1/+1 counter on an enchantment that isn't a creature?

There is nothing in the rules that disallows counters from being on particular permanents. This means that +1/+1 or -1/-1 counters (or as in your title, 0/-1 counters) can be on artifacts, lands, ...
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Do Multiple Into the Wilds Stack

Each one will trigger separately, so you'll check the top card of your library once per Into the Wilds you have in play. We know this is the case because it's a triggered ability. Those use the words ...
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How could you change what creature a creature with soulbond is paired with?

Currently the Soulbond rules don't have a specific precedent for ending a pairing of two creatures like this, but we can work one in. We need to format your ability slightly differently to take care ...
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How could you change what creature a creature with soulbond is paired with?

That definitely works within the rules. Generally speaking, cards use the actual card name instead of "this creature" the first time it's referred to, so your ability should probably read as: {T}: ...
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Can I make a card that places a +1/+1 counter on an enchantment that isn't a creature?

From a theoretical standpoint, yes it is. Nothing in the rules disallow it. Thing is, most cards and abilities that put or change +x/+x counters, usually target creatures, so you can't really target ...
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Can I make a card that places a +1/+1 counter on an enchantment that isn't a creature?

If you'll look at the current implementation of Awaken keyword, it first places counters on target land and only then makes it into a creature. So I'd say it's perfectly okay.
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Can I make a card that places a +1/+1 counter on an enchantment that isn't a creature?

From the Comprehensive Rules (Aether Revolt (January 20, 2017)) 121.1. A counter is a marker placed on an object or player that modifies its characteristics and/or interacts with a rule, ability, or ...
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How concise can I get the Soulbond boilerplate in a homebrew card without functional changes?

All three templates are functionally identical. The first and second are already very similar, although the first has the better wording, one that's typical for choosing something. The third is very ...
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How concise can I get the Soulbond boilerplate in a homebrew card without functional changes?

All three wordings have the same effect. The last one looks different in that it doesn't say that the bond goes away if control changes or they stop being creatures, but the rules cover that; the ...
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