Quote from Flamebuster »Quote from leslak »The art looks good even if i m not sure what it is depicting
I'm not gonna lie...it looked like an ethereal anus having an epic bowel movement, but that's just me.
TBH I prefer the original artwork to this. To be even more honest I prefer the old artwork on the classic pre-8th frame.
Quote from leslak »The art looks good even if i m not sure what it is depicting
Quote from Flamebuster »In short: War of the Spark ****ed it up for everyone and they were spooked by it. Nice to see them admitting this and are going back to the latest tried-and-true approach.
This ought to be interesting moving forward.
Quote from EverMints »Mono black splash blue:
3: woe strider
4: thassa - blink strider or blink that 2 drop creature that makes opponent discard a card
5: double proc Gary
6: double proc the 6 drop chupacabra or proc Gary again
This card is a cheaper indestructible yarok with a much much much higher floor and lower ceiling.
This is one of the best cards of the set. Just an opinion but it's the 2nd best card of the set besides uro
Quote from Thalassoporos »Vivien Reed is an interesting choice, mostly because she has no primary motivation anymore. Nicol Bolas been thoroughly defeated, her world is dead, which really leaves only two facets of her left. The eco-terrorist personality from short stories and also the Steve Irwin personality she has from various flavor texts.
Quote from FlossedBeaver »Quote from Tiro of Meletis »Ideally a card game could just be a card game and not an “investment.” I never appreciated the hysteria, speculation and hoarding aspect of MTG.
Strange, I feel the same way - but with the inclusion of all the literary drama in my "list of things Magic doesn't need." Card games are meant to be played, and that's about it.
Quote from Tiro of Meletis »Ideally a card game could just be a card game and not an “investment.” I never appreciated the hysteria, speculation and hoarding aspect of MTG.