The magical, zombie, cat-god shot the pegasus with her magical, zombie, cat-bow. Good job, MTG Multiverse. Once again, you’ve made a point of killing the nice things in the world. Good job. It’s your own house you’re burning down here. By all means, don’t let me get in your way.
What a beautiful creature! And look at the connection it has with Gideon. Maybe the MTG Multiverse isn’t so bad. Spoilers: it’s still bad.
Here she is. And she’s a zombie. Just makin’ a mess of Ravnica. The so-called ‘gods’ of the MTG Multiverse don’t impress me much. It often seems like the planeswalkers are actually more powerful, than say the gods of Amonkhet or Theros or wherever. Case in point, Bolas killing and enslaving the Amonkhet gods. Also, …
One reason among many really. But yes. This is the so-called god-pharaoh, that guy who built the dreadhorde and used all those zombies to invade Ravnica. Real nice fellow, eh? I’ll just take a hard pass on this Nicol Bolas. Hard pass on Amonkhet. Hard pass on Ravnica. Hard pass on this whole stupid multiverse.
Doesn’t seem to matter which plane you’re on. Bodily disintegration just seems to be all the rage in the MTG Multiverse.
Perhaps I am letting my guard down in saying this, but as bad as these assertions about deserts sound, I’m willing to concede they’re probably speaking metaphorically here. And yes, I know what I’ve said about the MTG Multiverse and metaphors and the benefit of the doubt. We have deserts here too though. And while …
Some dude with glowing white eyes shocking us with mind-lightning.
They say “steel in their souls”. If this were any other context I’d know this was just a metaphor, but this is the MTG Multiverse. How many times have we run into things like this that are actually meant literally? Yes. Of course, I know it’s a metaphor, so don’t at me. The point is, …