Quote from arch_wooohh »I know we have now proof on this, but hey, this is Speculation, right?
Quote from hotshizzle »<hotshizle> WINE IN FRONT OF MEAL
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Quote from Plastik »Kamigawa is a narrow world. It is much more likely they'll be revisiting Dominaria.
Quote from NotTimBook »True, but they said in an ask WotC about that and they said Dominaria is a mess after the Rath, the Sliver, and Korona. Though OLS were really good books... the world is like half a splode.
Originally Posted by Green Arrow
Yes I did, I wouldn't fully disagree with chronoplasam. Perhaps I do deserve toture. But who amongst us besides myself has what it takes to toture me?
Originally Posted by Highroller
Compared to what? I think compared to chocolate ice cream, women, unicorns, and kung fu, the state pretty much sucks.
Quote from arch_wooohh »Plus, the thought of it is irresistible.
Quote from Guesswork »I don't think that Kamigawa has been a particularly popular setting (of course, I don't have numbers to back that up) so I think that WotC will be happy to move on to different planes.
Quote from Guesswork »
If they do come back to Kamigawa, I hope that they do two things - first, that they hire a well-known Japanese author to write the story ahead of time. Second, that they hire a single Japanese artist or art studio to illustrate all of the cards for the block. ... A concept like Kamigawa needs a singular vision to guide it.
Quote from necrogenesis »
While I can appreciate your feelings about a unified art style for a set or a block, I think that would end up being a disservice to Magic. From early on, one of the things I liked the most about Magic is that it had a lot of variety in all its aspects, including and especially art. I remembering opening Stasis in a pack early in my Magic career, and that card really leaped out at me - not because of what it did, but because the art style of Fay Jones was drastically different than the handful of other card art styles I'd seen at the time. Another artist whose style I really enjoy is Amy Weber, but I wouldn't want her to illustrate an entire set. (I wish they'd bring her back for a card or two at least.) There are several artists in Magic whose styles I really like, but I think that having a good variety of styles - even those I don't personally care for - is healthier than having a single artist or art style.
More on topic, I'll be glad when Kamigawa block is over. I could care less if I never see another legendary card. The flavor of the block is nice and I think WotC had a lot of good material for it. However, I just don't think they made the best use of that material. I wouldn't mind revisiting Kamigawa at some point as long as it was executed very differently next time. On the other hand, I think this block was meant largely for casual players and it seems they like it. I'm not a particularly casual player so that may be why I'm less than satisfied with it.
Quote from Marce » clergy en-vec read the flavor text prior to looking at the picture...much worse then boros guildmage
Quote from ElementalCreatureToken »Quote from SqueektheWeek »i think this card is Freakin' awesome just imagine zoo with this even on the draw u flex "Nutz" any mana drawing the extra card u can pitch and turning up the gas on tempo and it still taps for mana easily a 3 of most likely a 4 ofCan somebody translate that please?
Quote from SqueektheWeek »i think this card is Freakin' awesome just imagine zoo with this even on the draw u flex "Nutz" any mana drawing the extra card u can pitch and turning up the gas on tempo and it still taps for mana easily a 3 of most likely a 4 of
Quote from darkhammy »Hang on, I need my gibber-to-english dictionary. Ah yes, here it is,