Card Text: Whenever Flamerush Rider attacks, put a token onto the battlefield tapped and attacking that’s a copy of another target attacking creature. Exile the token at end of combat.
Dash[Red][Red](You may cast this spell for its dash cost. If you do, it gains haste, and it’s returned from the battlefield to its owner’s hand at the beginning of the next end step.)
this is why I like creature features, 99% of them either have no political implications whatsoever or are vaguely anti-capitalist/anti-government (because the creatures came from military/corporate experiments, or industrial pollution, or something)
not that it’s, like, trenchant analysis or anything – we’re talking Banksy-grade critique, here – but at least it’s not raving xenophobia most of the time
I’ve been writing Taco Bell stories for people buying pet portraits. Here’s the most recent one for the husky portrait I posted earlier (and that I’m posting again!!)
Anna was reading on a park bench when she heard a gasping thunk at her feet. She looked down and saw a bedraggled chihuauha with an oily paper bag emblazoned with golden letters that spelled out TACO BELL. “$11.99!” the wretched creature demanded. Anna was incredulous, “No! I will not buy your sack of questionable queso! I would spend $11.99 on literally anything else before I’d buy your inedible enchiritos!” And to prove her point, she ran up to Jane Mattimoe walking down the street and said “You there! Is there anything that I can buy from you for $11.99?” And Jane pulled a painting out of her pocket and replied,“That happens to be the exact price of this husky portrait.” “I’ll take it!” Anna cried. At this exchange, the chihuahua ran away shrieking, leaving a cloud of Cinnamon Twist dust behind him.