Quote from 5colors »Bio's for the legendary creatures;
I don't normally post here, but Wizards made multiple slips in gender pronoun assignment in that article:
- Nassari is referred to as "his" in Uvilda's blurb but as a gender-neuter "they" in their own blurb. (I instinctively thought of Nassari as male from the card before I read tweets from Wizards saying they were gender-neutral.)
- Even worse, Tivash is referred to as both "he" and "she" in his/her own blurb. Does Tivash flip their gender as they see fit?