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.
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Reason #3,318: I think you have some competition, Sarulf.
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 …
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Reason #624: The cage we built with our own hands
Our literal hands. I can’t help feeling like the MTG Multiverse would be so much better if everyone just used metaphors a little more liberally. Why do we need a cage made of hands? This card is just legit weird. Crud. I feel like I should just rip into this one pretty hard, but…I don’t …
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Reason #1,912: Myths of the Multiverse
Considering the nature of the MTG Multiverse, it seems more likely to me that the events depicted in this story are not figurative or metaphoric or whatever. We’re dealing with a literal river of tears. This is great.