What’s up with the art on that Judge Promo Swords to Plowshares?
I have a better idea.
Many years ago, I was an Assistant Ward Mission Leader and holder of the priesthood in the Mormon Church.
As such, I believed that marriage was required to be between a man and a woman, even if people have no say in what their sexual orientation is. Even if homosexuals were still welcome in the church, yielding to same-sex attraction was considered a sin (see official stance here).
Even if I am no longer a Mormon (when I sold my soul to J.C.Staff I renounced all religions), it took a while for me to be okay with the idea of same-sex romance and marriage.
I don’t know how many of you remember, but the precursor of Lotus Cobra is Evil was called Moe Moe Ravnica…
So on Friday evening I got a box of Avacyn Restored and was like, “If I open a Tamiyo, I’ll go do that picture the audience is asking for. Otherwise, I’ll just do my homework.”
Guess what happened.
Based off of the original illustration by Eric Deschamps. It’s the most gorgeous illustration in Avacyn Restored, and there’s no way I could do it justice.
P.S. I did also do my homework.
It is said that the Frenchman is master of three things: art, cooking, and making his wife happy.
Go and die, Mana Leak. Nobody likes you.
P.S. It seems that there is a demand for Tamiyo Reisen. I normally do not straight-up substitute Toho characters for planeswalkers (note that even Satori Jace is still recognizably Jace 3.0) but if I get enough votes (like 3-4 more) I’ll do everyone’s favorite gun-toting bunny girl as the mightiest of all moonfolk.
How many of you saw the latest GP Promo and went to check if there was a new Lotus Cobra is Evil about it?
Sorry to disappoint you.
So it was recently revealed that the vampire lord Sorin Markov is not pure evil, and is in fact the biggest reason why humanity hasn’t been wiped from the face of Innistrad. What do you call a Planeswalker whose soul is half black mana and half white mana?
So we’ve finally reached Innistrad.
The “gimmick” for this horror-themed set is Double-Faced Cards, which have data on both the front and the back of the card, allowing you to flip them to represent a transformation. A human transforms into a werewolf, a vampire transforms into a bat, and a little girl gets possessed by a demon.
For better or worse, the Magic community has been referring to these Double-Faced Cards as “DFCs”.
This is a horror set, right? Well here’s some horror.
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So there were some people complaining about the “anime hair” on the new incarnation of Jace.
He looks normal to me.
As for why he’s wearing a Bonded Fetch… well, you’ll see.