Here’s a hint: there are three rats. Do you see it? Yes, the combination of animation with an advanced state of decay is unnatural, but they all exhibit this characteristic. It’s the eyes. The rat on the right has more eyes than the other two rats. Why do you have four-eyed rats, MTG Multiverse? You’re …
That said, the MTG Multiverse does not have a monopoly on defenestration. And I have long been an admirer of the word. So, MTG Multiverse. This is still terrible, and you’re still terrible, but I will give you a point for this one. My World: 8,112 MTG Multiverse: 1
Based on the quote, this sounds like a lesser-of-two-evils thing, so I think we can all agree that whatever is going on, it’s bad. And it looks like that whole disintegration thing, which we have seen to be bad. Not that that explains much. This card is missing a lot of context. I can give …
MTG Multiverse, it seems like either you learned nothing from our previous conversation or you’re just doing this out of spite. Whatever the case, I’m unimpressed.
So, check this out. I pulled this from an article by Jim Davis about the previews for the Kamigawa Neon Dynasty expansion. And here’s the first comment at the bottom: I’ll leave you to your own conclusions.
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.
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 …
A vampire dragon. On Kaldheim. How does a vampire dragon make any sense on this plane? What did you do, Kaldheim? Rent this joker from Innistrad or something? Stay in your lane!
That goat, I bet he wishes he lived on a different plane. Or he would if he could. But he can’t. He’s dead.
You know what, Iskene? I could not have said it better myself. By the way, would you like to come live in my multiverse? I think you might be more comfortable here. No pressure. Consider it an open invitation.