Quote from AceOfJacks »Mistform Ultimus was the first Eldrazi ever printed.
"Why would I consider penance for my actions when I have so many subjects willing to do it for me?"
Quote from kvothe gonzalez »For physically printed tokens the Magiccardsinfo site offers a excellent list, with great resolution pictures, maybe you could link those instead of the ones with lower quality? Just a suggestion.
Anyway, ever thought of a compilation of only tokens using the official art from MTGO?
I was looking for precisely that but while this list offers some alternatives and is a good start, some of the links are down and some of the images have wrong pictures/or have a low quality. (As an example, the 1/1 green cat token uses the image that belongs to the 2/1 black cat)
I have compiled some of the tokens with official pictures that I found around the internet and all the token pictures from MTGO, I could share them if you want.
Quote from Haze01 »As the first post of this thread does not include the over-sized cards from the officially-supported alternate formats of Magic (Vanguard, Planechase, and Archenemy), I have gone through those cards to see what tokens they can produce. [SNIP!]
I am thankful for the Golem, Elemental, and Eldrazi tokens Spheniscine created earlier in this thread.
Quote from Argus Panoptes »Placing the "Whenever Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni deals combat damage to a player, you may put target creature card from that player's graveyard onto the battlefield under your control." ability on the stack includes choosing a target for it. The target must be a creature card in that player's graveyard, not one that will only be in that graveyard Real Soon Now. No matter which order you choose, the "Whenever Mirko Vosk, Mind Drinker deals combat damage to a player, that player reveals cards from the top of his or her library until he or she reveals four land cards, then puts those cards into his or her graveyard." ability will not have resolved when you choose the target.