Quote from stinkyjoeterryNotice the Dragon Tattoo on his arm and it's similarity to runes and tattoos of Ugin from the Comics and Ghostfire.
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Take your monoblack deck, then set aside 14 swamps. Add 4 Creeping Tar Pits, 4 Darkslick Shores, 4 Drowned Catacombs, and 2 Jwar isle Refuge and add 4 Jace, the Mindsculptors. Your monoblack deck is instantly better. Better yet, drop those refuges, throw in some islands and some mana leaks, and lo and behold, you're now playing a real deck. Congratulations. Welcome to the world of competitive M:TG.
Quote from NightfallGeminiare you trying to say he's the lithomancer?
Quote from chopshopTo be honest it looks izzet,and like ertai.
Like a cool non-corrupted ertai,I think its the hair.
Like that mermaid chick it might be a while before we see a card version.
The only clues we get are from its duel deck and picture,but like how everyone said that nissa looks black and green,and even though her duel deck is black and green she came out just green.
Cool names for his planes walker card :
ral zarek,storm chaser
Ral zarek lighting breather
Ral zarek,cooler ertai
Ral zarek,that Mother****er that isn't a planeswalker card even though wizards paid for its art and looks sweet but might only be for a video game,the dragon armed.
Quote from XaiosRal Zarek, Storm Chaser would be a BADASS name for a planeswalker.
Or, who knows... Ral Zarek, Thunderstruck?
Quote from BefuddlementMagic players as a whole like blue more than any other color. Blue is the color of nerds.
Quote from CaranthirCome on, he has even the same style of blue and red clothing, and the city in the background is Ravnica (well, save for the levitating buildings that we have not seen before...but that does not mean that they do not exist.
Quote from ShoePoliceWow, these two look VERY much like the same world. Interesting...
Quote from CaranthirThis is definitely an Izzet mage. Not like Chandra, where Aleksi Briclot just borrowed the gauged wristguards and goggles from an Izzet styleguide.
Come on, he has even the same style of blue and red clothing, and the city in the background is Ravnica (well, save for the levitating buildings that we have not seen before...but that does not mean that they do not exist.
Izzet style clothing, lightning magics, mad scientist look = a no-brainer.
Quote from RevanTheEmperorActually we have seen them before, if you look closely at this comparsion from page two:
you can see that the buildings appear on the plains as well, in the distant background.
Quote from MeleteI can't argue with the plains
Ravnica in the art is interesting. Would the card have that art in a non-Ravnica set?
Quote from michelousmaybe he is a shifter
Quote from gereffiRavnica didn't have floating castles. I don't even know if it ever had rain. This is not Ravnica, or at least not Ravnica in the present as we know it.
We haven't seen big cities like this in Magic except in Ravnica, but that doesn't mean that there aren't more out there.