Quote from Urabrask »The art also gives as a few tidbits.
-Wondering if the Ulamog thing in the swamp will be a statue, or an offspring, that is now dormant.
-The angel is using some of Kozilek bismuth on her weapon.
-Could the ruin in the sky be another look at Emeria?
-Seagate more or less rebuild.
What I'm wondering is, how much of the Roil will be left on Zendikar, after the Eldrazi are gone. I also think it is strange that we got Jace her, I know the canon status of the two Ravnica novels is questionable, but I thought we would see him on Vryn and Kiora instead in this set, the fill out the native trio. Regardless it is nice to see "adventure" Jace, as a contrast to his last two visits to the plane.
Quote from Creedmoor »Quote from Flisch »I'll never understand why people judge the quality of a block by its power level and not the fun you have with playing it.might be the most important quote of Mtg Sal history.
Quote from Flisch »I'll never understand why people judge the quality of a block by its power level and not the fun you have with playing it.
Quote from Mullerornis »https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RtsXnvVIk8
Nahiri might still be the main villain and I love that
Quote from 5colors »Edit: first story up tomorrow, we will see stories on friday as well that will be more focused on not the main story!
Quote from Mullerornis »The fact that the kor also used to be a tyrannical empire according to that article endears this set a lot to me. Funny, with the original block having a Black aligned "hero" and this one having plenty of evil!White.
Quote from OrzhovPlaneswalker »Edit: I just gotta say it, there's been a little too much course correction in the lore I think in terms of representing a vibrant, recovered Zendikar. I know the MtG franchise has 'magic' to handwave the story to be what they want it to be but in my opinion there is not enough shade for the plot lamp they are lighting here.
Quote from Flisch »This is what annoys me too. They didn't have to make it all about how Zendikar reclaims the wastes, but having some visual theme would go a long way to convey Zendikar healing. Similar to how they made Guilds of Ravnica set in autumn to make it look different from the previous two incarnations, they could have given Zendikar a similar treatment. Keep the world the same, but give it a distinct visual feel.