Or blood or organs or whatever. Still dangerous though. Still not something I want any part of.
Seriously, that doesn’t make it better. It’s a dragon, and a “killing machine from birth.” And it’s only gonna get bigger.
Put up a sign or something. “Danger – Leeches, Do not enter” Just right in front of the bog. It’s not hard.
This guy remind you of anyone?
They’re dangerous. It seems like that would be pretty obvious, but absent-minded researchers–sometimes they forget or don’t think about these things I guess? So yeah. Just to be clear. Open flames in the library = bad idea The self-immolation thing on the other hand. If the intense pain and burning flesh aren’t a big red …
I would definitely rather not be the latter either. Frankly though, I’d rather not be the former either. Think I’ll just stay out of your multiverse, if it’s all the same to you.
Rats are not supposed to be on fire.
Surprisingly, we’re not talking about issues with knives here. We’re talking about the landscape. This place just looks inhospitable. Dry, dusty. I lived in Nigeria during harmattan season, and the dust just gets everywhere. I would not want to get stuck outside in this arid mesa. That landscape is super-sharp, though. Look at those hills; …
So you’ve probably heard this, but here’s a thing about armor: the joints are the weak points. This knight has her entire right arm bare, with little to no protection for the shoulder joint and the underarm. That’s where people will be aiming the pointy things. Just sayin’. Oh, also: don’t hold long metal objects …
I don’t know that this fellow is actively malicious, though the card text suggests maybe he’s targeting anything that’s not a giant. Whatever the case, living anywhere near this guy just doesn’t seem safe. He might just pick up your house and walk off with it.