Clearly this fellow does not want to be in this room, and those bars give me a strong inkling the someone else doesn’t want him getting out. Is Innistrad known for being good at mediating conflicts or something? My gut says this is going to end with someone being very unhappy.
I rather liked the moon…
So am I jumping to conclusions? A little.
Is that something MTGMultiverse denizens would do? Highly likely.
Would I trust any jewelry-makers from Phyrexia? Absolutely not.
Hey, Koma. The fight hasn’t started yet. I’m still looking for that cage, so just hold your horses, ok?
That was a metaphor. Please don’t go eating any horses.
What does everyone think? I know it’s a bit small, but that just means there’s nowhere to hide. You wanted a fight right? Not a chase. We definitely have the fire here. Just need to find that cage now…
At least I assume that’s what they’re doing here. Does it really matter why they showed up at this point? They’re here. We’re gonna rumble.
Oh yeah! An army of angels. They definitely look like they mean to settle things peacefully. No one’s going to die. Nothing’s going to get destroyed.
Sure, come on in. We got plenty of room.
What did we have going? Trolls. Arni and his dumb head waking up the trolls. And making them angry. Giants. Frost giants. Fire giants. Giants fighting giants. Planeswalking Robert Frost. Doomskars. Bretagard getting torn apart and invaded by demons.
Vorinclex. Demons just destroying everything. They don’t even care. More giants. Giants who want to burn down the World Tree. VAMPIRE DRAGONS. Giant world-eating wolves. Giant world–er–cosmos serpents (talk about those Freudian slips). Gods who can keep themselves from dying.
And now we have a kraken. What kind of world is this where a kraken showing up seems like a deescalation? Cheese and crackers.
Are we missing anybody? Man, we’re setting up for a real battle royale here. Just need to find ourselves a flaming cage.
Oops, I meant Toralf, God of Thun–Fury. Fury. Obviously.
Wouldn’t be a party without a god to fight our world–er cosmos serpent–to the death. Cosmos serpent. Yup. Hey, buddy. Spoiler alert, but you’re probably gonna die.
Did I mention these gods can die?
Ugh. Puny gods.
Or you might have to share anyhow.
Koma is obviously Kaldheim’s analog to the Norse Jormungandr, the World Serpent. According to Norse mythology, Jormungandr kicks off Ragnarok when he releases his tail, thrashes his way on to land, and covers half the world in his venom.
I’ve no doubt that the MTG Multiverse would let itself be outdone for general awfulness.