Quote from Ym1r »Quote from Spsiegel1987 »Throes of chaos is a 1 of in the side if you want to grind, I think hilariously making this a spell everytime you draw a land in the slower matchups is hilarious. This demands a surgical or a spellbomb or RIP to get rid of in those fair matchups. I can verify it would be SO annoying as a control player to have a Jund player spinning the wheel every flipping turn.
Quote from Spsiegel1987 »Throes of chaos is a 1 of in the side if you want to grind, I think hilariously making this a spell everytime you draw a land in the slower matchups is hilarious. This demands a surgical or a spellbomb or RIP to get rid of in those fair matchups.
Quote from Hellgrammite »Nobody really hyping up Urza because they want to lock in their copies at a reasonable price first?
Quote from SyntheticDreamer »That's POWERFUL. This is likely going to find a home very quickly in various control decks.
Quote from Avatar »All I care is that the coolest sword in the whole history of MTG is destroyed because some incompetent thought he could wield it like a real hero.
Quote from ChrisBP7 »
...his massive ego and lack of true empathy that causes this. He believes to know Lilliana and that while she would obviously betray him the instance she thinks she can get away with it, she wouldn't risk her life for anything else. He thinks she would never put her life on the line (not unreasonably so, up until very recently Lilliana was always only interested in herself and often stated that she doesn't understand how someone could be stupid enough to sacrifice themselves for others, that's why she followed his commands in the first place instead of taking a stand right then and there).
In short: He thinks that Lilliana is as egocentric as he is, when in fact that's not entirely the case anymore (which is a characteristic of many sociopaths in the real world).
Quote from boombox_smk »I love Massacre Girl. Nice combination of Massacre Wurm and Defile.