Quote from Mullerornis »Relax, the canon will still go on. These crossovers are unofficial.
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 Card Slinger J »I remember hearing that there was supposed to be a Harry Potter crossover in Strixhaven: School of Mages however J.K. Rowling's political beliefs didn't align with Wizards of the Coast's so she got tossed aside in much the same way they defamed Terese Nielsen. If you haven't figured this out by now it means that whatever future IP Crossover MTG receives after The Walking Dead could be determined based on the creators' political beliefs. IP creators are more likely to be accepted by Wizards of the Coast only If they're liberal or progressive cause If they fall into being conservative or moderate then they won't want to have anything to do with them.
Now I could care less about the political affiliations of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard who're the creators of The Walking Dead franchise. I find it hard to believe that Wizards of the Coast would refuse to profit off of an IP based on the creator of that IP's political beliefs. Did Wizards of the Coast care about the political beliefs of the creators of Godzilla when designing Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths? No. So why did they fire Terese Nielsen for her political beliefs If they don't care about the political beliefs of the creators of said IP they want to crossover MTG with? I just find it very hypocritical If that actually turned out to be true.
Quote from Flisch »I'm not sure how this is relevant to the topic of MtG Lore. Are you just trying to cause a stink?