Is it just me, or do those look like bones? Like, a literal skeletal forest. Maybe they’re just shadows. Right? Sure… … You can’t unsee it now.
I don’t get the sense that these things are benevolent, either. Now, I also don’t get the sense that they’re terribly malicious, but sometimes the indifferent force of nature can be more frightening than enemy bearing evil intent. I expect these things are scaring more than just crows. Be honest, if you heard or saw …
Zendikar – 2 Adventurers – 0
Ostriches and tarsiers have eyes bigger than their brains; pretty sure neither of those would try to eat me though.
I’m looking at the rules text of this card, and I have a very important question. Does this mean that if I met Ashaya in person, I would become a tree? Because I don’t want to be a tree. Thanks. Ashaya can’t planeswalk, right?
Y’all know how mama birds often teach their chicks to fly by throwing them out of the nest, right? Sounds like kind of a harsh way to learn, but I’m inclined to think that their good instincts and evolutionary development has trained them to know how to do this successfully, in ways that would not …
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.