Wrath of God

So the Theros expansion block of Magic the Gathering was about Heliod, the sun god, recruiting the planeswalker Elspeth Tirel to be his champion. Xenagos, a planeswalker who had found a way to achieve godhood, was sowing chaos across the universe as a new god of destruction. Heliod’s godly power and Elspeth’s planeswalker power were enough to defeat the planeswalker god, and Theros was saved.

And then Heliod killed Elspeth. The official statement was that he was afraid that Elspeth might want to become a god too. Heliod is such a jackass, it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that the official statement is a total lie. Heliod’s true reason is much more detestable.

It’s been said that God hates Cleveland.

That’s totally not true. Any city with Bill Watterson and Mike Polk cannot be hated by the Judeo-Christian God, or any other gods.

Now as for Cleveland sports

well, some gods hate Cleveland sports.

It could be worse though, at least they’re not Detroit.

4 Responses to “Wrath of God”

  1. omo says:

    I think the King might have issues with these statements.

  2. Sixten says:

    The same King who’ll lose to the Spurs in the finals for the third time next summer?

  3. Stomping Slabs says:

    So while we’re on the topic of gods… Obelisk of Urd.

  4. jakobdam says:

    Uh I love your comics – been a regular visitor here at houseofsixten since… around the Nissa/Sorin romance… ^_^

    Nice with the new drawing style! 😀

    Your originals are my favorite however – simple inks, I love it ^_^ And your drawing style was the prime reason I decided to revisit the manga style. Nowadays, I draw mainly manga – so thanks a lot mr. Sixten! 😀

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