Quote from darrenhabib »The artwork on Nicol Bolas, the Ravager is quite unusual as it has bright colors, green rolling hills, and a sort of rainbow flavor to it.
If you didn't know anything about the card/Nicol Bolas, you'd probably say it was a blue/white/green creature. Definitely not Grixis. For some reason this attracts me to the card more.
Quote from Manite »Quote from M0rphling »Ajani seems pretty damn good in any Cat deck I can think of..wow. Gonna be build a G/W cat deck for my daughter at some point. This looks perfect.
Don't you mean "purr-fect"?
Quote from M0rphling »Ajani seems pretty damn good in any Cat deck I can think of..wow. Gonna be build a G/W cat deck for my daughter at some point. This looks perfect.
Quote from Tears of Tomorrow »Am I crazy for thinking this Bolas might actually be worth playing in Modern? See it this way: you're a Grixis player who controls and stalls for days, with counters and hand disruption (Inquisition, Thoughtseize, Kolaghan's Command etc) aplenty. In such a context, wouldn't you think that a relatively cheap flying beater that further disrupt the opponent's hand on ETB is a sweet enough deal? If you play your cards right, you can get the big fella on the field safely while leaving the opponent empty-handed. And then... Welp, I was about to say "then you have the ability to flip the guy in your opponent's EOT later on, getting yourelf a wincon without having to tap out in your turn", which would have really been the main selling point of the card... But then I read it again and it's sorcery speed. Meh
In all coresets Ajani is in he is number 01. Here he is 03, that means we could get up to 2 colorless cards Wink
Ajani is beautiful but looks like garbage for constructed, as always.