No! No, I don’t want to get eaten by a giant frog! Why would I want to get eaten by a giant frog? Why would anyone want to get eaten by a giant frog? Don’t answer that, MTG Multiverse. This isn’t up for debate. No giant frogs. Just no.
Come on, dude. You live in the MTG Multiverse; you’re even a planeswalker. Why are you surprised that there are giant monsters everywhere? A civilized plane? Oh, please. This is Ravnica. Go check out the sewers.
That’s a big beetle. Gives me the willies.
This one picks up people and carries them off.
Nope. Nope. Oh, nopenopenope. Sorry, leech buddy. You’re on your own. It’s like a wurm inside a wurm inside a wurm in there. Worse than the alien xenomorph. And a whole lot bigger. Helping find a giant leech something to eat; what was I thinking?
Does this kind of thing happen often around here? Asking for…well, me. I’m asking for me.
You decide to become a naturalist, because you want to explore all the beauty of nature. Unfortunately, you’re stuck on Ikoria, and nature wants to step on you.
This thing looks very real and very big. And it has lots of teeth. And I feel like they’re probably not just ornamental? I feel like it’s probably going to use them, probably for the kinds of things that teeth generally get used for. And I’m thinking about the size of this thing. Look at …
Hey, look! More megafauna! This thing is the size of a small mountain. What does it eat? How does it eat enough? These are seriously problematic questions. Anyone? Anyone? No. Great.
I guess Innistrad was feeling a little outdone by Zendikar, cause it decided to make one of these. Giant Eldrazi crabs: yup, that’s a thing now. “Thanks, Innistrad,” said no one ever.