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Magic: The Gathering - The 6 Most Triumphant Cards From Innistrad
Eldritch Moon's Voracious Reader Have you ever looked for a story from your childhood that you long thought was missing? Curious Homunculus, and especially its flipside, Voracious Reader, is a great example of the same kind of vibe as that one. Curious Homunculus, a card from Eldritch Moon, a set for Magic: The Gathering. Voracious Reader, the back[...]
Magic: The Gathering - Innistrad's Six Most Dread-Inducing Cards
We took a look at all the sets that take place on Innistrad – Innistrad proper, Dark Ascension, Avacyn Restored, Shadows Over Innistrad, Eldritch Moon, and Midnight Hunt, and found what we believe to be the most dread-inducing card, speaking aesthetically, in each set Previously, we went over the creepiest, most haunting, and most poignant cards in these sets, and[...]
Magic: The Gathering - Innistrad's Six Most Poignant Cards So Far
Today, we are looking at cards that seem most poignant in each set. The art for Grapple with the Past, a card from Eldritch Moon, a set from Wizards of the Coast's card game Magic: The Gathering Illustrated by Howard Lyon, this card is one example of poignance. The website for the Merriam-Webster dictionary lists the word[...]
Magic: The Gathering: 6 Of Innistrad's Most Haunting Cards
From the original gothic horror tropes of the first Innistrad block to the cosmic horror of Eldritch Moon to the folk horror of Midnight Hunt, this setting has been flush with many different common themes seen in the genre that the evokes. Today, like last week, we will be delving into the words that are thought of when[...]