Reason #5,129: Even more trust issues

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, …

Reason #833: A literal giant in the sky dropping big sharp objects

Haven’t heard much from Lorwyn so far, but this faerie kingdom doesn’t mess around. No creepy zombies. No weird things messing with your soul. No vampires or blood rituals. Not even some freaky monster with too many teeth. Nope. Just a very large man trying to hit you with a very sharp stick.

Reason #5,308: Why are we reforging souls?

Seriously. Slow down there. Why is this necessary? What is the ‘Cursemute’? Has there been a lot of soul reaving going on lately? Also, I’m no expert, but why are we using ‘divine fire’ to ‘reforge’ souls? I mean, I guess fire is a key instrument in metallurgy. But also fire tends to consume things. …

Reason #7,544: Stop it with the souls!

When I said to stop making walls out of souls, that wasn’t an invitation to go use them to make something else. Can’t we just leave the souls alone? Let them be souls. Don’t displace them, or reave them, or torment them, or use them to build furniture or cooking implements. If they’re dead, don’t …

Reason #1,374: Souls. Lots of souls

This Starke character seems to have just punted on the bones all together. I’m a little fuzzy on my Tempest lore (and a little too lazy to go looking it up), but I think Starke was a traitor himself. To Gerrard? Whatever happened to building walls out of normal stuff like brick or stone or …

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