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Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarkir ‘Walkers
Sweet-arse card arts & emblems -
• Sarkhan, the Dragonspeaker - illustrated by Daarken
• Sorin, Solemn Visitor - illustrated by Cynthia Sheppard
Backstory - from MTG Sally wiki -
Sarkhan Vol is a primarily red planeswalker who came from Tarkir, a plane scourged by war. This plane was controlled by constantly battling warlords, who had a tradition of slaying dragons for sport and glory, driving the beasts to extinction. This horrified the shamans of the plane, who worshiped the dragon as the pinnacle of predation. His mind broken, Sarkhan returned to his home plane of Tarkir, to see if he could rekindle what he loved most about dragons.
Sorin Markov is a vampire planeswalker and a master of sangromancy, a dark corner of black mana specialization. With this blood magic he can drain the lifeforce of other beings, place curses on enemies, and even possess the minds of others. Sorin Markov is the oldest living planeswalker except Nicol Bolas, though unlike Bolas he has dedicated his existence to following his whims, and this easy life of pleasure has brought him detachment and easy confidence. Sorin journeyed to the plane of Tarkir looking to solve the mystery of what actually became of Ugin and why the dragon did not appear on Zendikar when the time came. However, the trip proved distressing once Sorin learned the truth: That Ugin had died thousands of years ago at the hands of Nicol Bolas.
In my video about the importance of understanding the complexity and diversity of life in contemporary Ethiopia, I failed to accurately portray the complexity and diversity of life in contemporary Canada.
p.s. You spell offense funny.
Technically, the map said Toronto, but John didn’t. He said “more Canadians live closer. I looked it up and apparently the shortest distance between Botswana and Liberia is 4900 km, which when plotted onto a globe as a radius with the center on the northern coast of Venezuela shows that most of Ontario, Quebec and the entirety of the Atlantic provinces are in the area, and Winnipeg is on the outer edge. A conservative estimate of the population in this area would put it well over 50% (probably more like 70%)
a++++ full marks to jamwalk85
SUCK IT ANON I WAS RIGHT BY ACCIDENT. APOLOGY RESCINDED, CANADA.
Anonymous (via fixedpenny)