Okay, a few years ago I did a poll asking what was the most dangerous plane to live on.
Since then, a few more unhospitable planes have been added to the lexicon.
So with these new planes added to the list, NOW which is the most dangerous plane in the Multiverse?
and some of my entries are the same plane in different states, because while the plane is still trying to actively kill you, the nature of the danger had changed drastically.
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Sep 20, 2017this story hits a lot of warm, fuzzy spots for me.Posted in: Magic Storyline
the budding friendship between Jace an Vraska adds new dimensions to both characters, and is actually kinda fun to read. both of them get made a bit more likable in this story, and one can only hope these two stay in each other's good graces even after Jace has his memories back and is Guildpacting again. Who knows? maybe a certain team of supermages could be convinced to recruit a new member. The jacetus league doesn't have its Wolverine yet, and Vraska could easily fill that role. of course, her working for Bolas complicates things a bit.
Bolas' portrayal was very -for lack of a better term- seductive. if the reader didn't already know who Bolas was and what he was capable of, he would have come across as almost benevolent, or at the very least, kind of Ugin-like.
of course, this begs the question of Bolas' endgame. The only reason Nic would actually honor any agreement is if he thought he could use that person again in the future. While I'm certain it would be beneficial to have an assassin that can turn people to stone on retainer, I can easily see Bolas taking whatever item he sent Vraska for, not fixing the whole antiplaneswalking aura of Ixalan, and leaving her stranded there, or owing him a favor to leave.
Or not. Bolas always thinks of the long game, and maybe waiting a while to screw Vraska over would be a smarter thing to do.
Aug 9, 2017in past Commander sets, we've gotten brief explanations of the new characters. nothing substantial, just a paragraph-or-two-long breakdown of who they are and where they are from. and the majority of it comes from the inserts that come with the decks.Posted in: Magic Storyline
so maybe we should ask if someone that purchases the decks could post the bios from those inserts?
Jun 26, 2017Hey, I was wondering if you could name a villain in MTG that you absolutely despise and was or will be happy to see get what's coming to them.Posted in: Magic Storyline
HOD is a showcase of the evil and cruelty of Bolas, but most of us have been more marveling at the level of power and cruelty of Bolas than actively hating the guy or rooting for him to fail.
so If Bolas isn't the guy you love to hate (or just plain hate), then who is it?
and note, I said VILLAINS. so you can't say Jace or Nissa.
Jun 25, 2017Posted in: Magic StorylineQuote from Mangod »
I'd like to know, since Mirage predates when I started playing (Odyssey block, FYI); what even was the flavor and/or story of the Mirage-block?
sounds like a good idea for an Archive Trap (wink wink hint hint)
anyway, here's a good place to start in delving into Mirage and Visions.
Jun 21, 2017Stories where the bad guys win, and you KNOW they're going to win, are very fun and almost cathartic to read when handled well.Posted in: Magic Storyline
Prime examples of this are The Thran and Nemesis, two of the most beloved stories in Magic lore.
The sense of dread and despair that increases as the story progresses, where every minor victory by the heroes is fleeting and short lived (if they get a victory at all), and you as a reader know things are not going to end well, can make for great storytelling.
So far, the stories of the fall of Amonkhet have been absolutely delicious. And Bolas Himself hasn't even arrived yet.
Jun 14, 2017Okay, with today's announcements regarding Ixalan, we know now that Vraska is going to be the star and protagonist planeswalker of the set.Posted in: Magic Storyline
Very interesting choice, methinks.
But that brings up an interesting question regarding her abilities. for all this time I though the stone gaze thing was automatic. you look her in the eye, you turn to stone. end of discussion.
But with her apparently leading some sort of expedition, is it possible that she can control the stone gaze? it is possible that (if she likes you) you can look her in the eyes and not become a statue? because if that weren't possible, I could see her leading a team of people being a bit tricky.
Jun 14, 2017Wow.Posted in: Storyline Speculation
Loaded announcement day, with some more hints about Ixalan.
Even the official page is up and running.
Looks like we're getting s "Quest for Eldorado" type of story, with a lot of stuff fans have been asking for crammed into one set.
so what else do you think we can expect from this setting?
and doesn't Vraska look a bit weird in a conquistador outfit?
Jun 12, 2017From the man himself...Posted in: Magic Storyline
The Gatewatch are still going to be our protagonists, but every member will no longer show up in every block. We may even have some blocks where none of the Gatewatch appear, although even those blocks will still be relevant to the larger story.
Read the whole article here.
This is what we wanted, right?
Jun 7, 2017The tricky thing about that is a huge chunk of what mainstream culture knows about Ancient Egypt comes from the book of Exodus. So it's hard not to reference that.Posted in: Magic Storyline
And also, HOD is the Bolas-centered set. it's built around The bad Guy. and unleashing a bunch of really nasty plagues seems like something a bad guy would do.
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