vorthosthewillis  asked:

Hmmm.... you want an ask, not a nude. HOWEVER, you never state the ask must be magic-story related. So... If you were aether-skiing during the middle of Kaladesh's raining season, and you lose an arm on Innistrad, then how many Ravinca goblins does it take to build an army (minus Krenko, cause having him is pusedocheating) that can defeat New Phyrexia in at least 4 out of 10 attempts?

The premise of your question is faulty. 

Phyrexia is undefeatable.


So Sarkhan was never Born...

Wizards has said that this won’t effect the multiverse timeline, but there’s a few consequences regardless.

1. Zendikar block has to be retconned entirely. *And by “has”, I mean should, If you’ve read the books, you know what I’m talking about*

2. Jace and Sorin were both on Zendikar. Whatever happened there instead of encountering Sarkhan could affect their actions in Ravinca and Innistrad, respectively, and the outcomes of those plots. 

3. Moving further back, Ajani never encounters Sarkhan after the leonin’s spark ignites, which could have a profound effect on his life, which includes life events with Elspeth.

4. The changed effects of Elspeth with Ajani could have gone as far as to prevent not only her death on Theros, but changed the outcome of New Phyrexia and prevented Venser’s death. *I wonder if Mark Rosewater proposed that idea: someone should check*

5. Without having Sarkhan as a servant, Nicol Bolas would have needed to search high and low for a different minion to carry out his deeds by proxy. His search could even bring him to Earth being in the multiverse.

6. After searching high and low on Earth for minions, Nicol Bolas could have  recruited Kevin Bacon after seeing X-men First Class.

A Meeting of Dire Importance

A meeting was scheduled for that evening, so said Zebadiah’s schedule thrull. Yes, a meeting indeed. A planeswalker that Zebadiah knew was coming to speak with him on some topic she felt it was imperative that he heard about. He sat in his smaller, more personal meeting chamber, awaiting for a door guard to let the hybrid in.


Magic: the Gathering - 2014 Holiday Gift Box

I’ve picked up the last two gift boxes (Return to Ravinca and Theros) and will say I’m impressed although we will complain that the last one, Theros, we thought the illustrated plastic dividers were not as nice as the previous.

This sturdy box holds 2,000+ cards and is available at your local games store for an MSRP of about $20.  Here’s what you get :

• Four Khans of Tarkir booster packs
• Beautiful storage box that can hold more than 2,000 Magic cards
• Twenty Khans of Tarkir basic lands
• Six illustrated plastic dividers
• Sticker sheet for customizing the dividers
• An alternative-art Sultai Charm from the Khans of Tarkir set

Original Sultai Charm card art illustrated by Mathias Kollros with the new alternate art illustrated by Ryan Lee.