Clearly this fellow does not want to be in this room, and those bars give me a strong inkling the someone else doesn’t want him getting out. Is Innistrad known for being good at mediating conflicts or something? My gut says this is going to end with someone being very unhappy.
At least I assume that’s what they’re doing here. Does it really matter why they showed up at this point? They’re here. We’re gonna rumble.
Shoot him in the head. Seriously, I don’t want to get hit by that. It’s made of lava. I could go to Home Depot and buy an axe and make it burn, but Home Depot doesn’t sell axes made of actual lava. At least this dude’s wearing a glove on his throwing hand. That seems …
Don’t visit the dead then. Just my opinion.
You know what you could also do instead of letting it walk the lands? You could let it rest in peace. Or maybe you could NOT turn it into a zombie in the first place.
Cat demons. Why would you want a cat demon? Remember our previous discussion about cults and demons and the like? Take a look at this cat demon. You think it’s a nice cat demon? Well, for starts, when it enters play, the exploit mechanic triggers. What do you do? You sacrifice a creature. What happens …
Hey look, more reanimated corpses. But this time we took a disembodied spirit and jammed it in a dead body that was not its own. Does this seem like a good idea to anyone? What are we even trying to accomplish here?
Are you ready to disband your cult now? Cause this is what you have to look forward to, if you don’t. You’re going to be a zombie thrall. Is that what you want? … Dude! The correct answer was “No!” No! That question was rhetorical!
As often as you run into zombies and people raising the dead, it’s like necromancy is some kind of crazy fad over in the MTG Multiverse. Like Beanie Babies or Fidget Spinners or Air Jordans. “Hey Lil, it’s Saturday night. What do you wanna do?” “I got a great idea, Josu. Let’s go down to …