Easy enough to kill? Are you kidding me, Norin?
Look out! Here comes another one!
Hey look, another one. Also alive. Also will kill you. Oh, and this one’s bigger.
In Dominaria, the lightning is alive, and it will try to kill you.
When the backwoods guides in Dominaria tell you the bog is hungry, they’re not speaking figuratively. Those tendrils aren’t the marks of a lonely bog just looking for a hug. Stay out of the swamp.
Honestly, pants are probably the least of this guy’s problems. Blood tears are bad, but…soul tears? What the crud? This does not sound like a good way to go. I don’t know how something like this happens to someone, but good grief. Oh. It’s the Orzhov Syndicate. Welcome to Ravnica. Make sure you know who’s …
I feel bad for this horse. I feel bad for the people it wants to eat. Or maybe it just eats other horses. Not better.
The chill wind extinguishes flame, frosts the leaf on the branch, and apparently throws cows up into the air. Keep your kids indoors. Keep yourself indoors. Or maybe try living underground.
Based on the testimony of Vervamon the Elder, I’m gonna assume this thing eats people. This is Dominaria.
When I played MTG as a kid, I had a thing for Sandbar Crocodile. I was (and still am) a sucker for big monsters, and the idea of the phasing mechanic–having creatures periodically appear and disappear–seemed cool conceptually. I didn’t realize then how bad it was to only be able to use your cards half …