So the only thing I really had to think about before doing this list was: Should I include promo art in this list. Sure promos are a part of the game but it’s not something that you will always see when getting expansions or playing with your buddies. So… should it be here? Well after looking through some of the promo cards I realized that they’re not always ”better” and they are a part of the Netrunner game so I kept them in there.
I first thought that I would give small motivation to each art but I just truly like them and just putting them in order should be enough for this list. Also, the Order & Chaos set and SanSan cycle are not included in the list.
So… here we go!
At spot number 10.
Until next time Nurglings, take care!
So we have some awesome pieces of pictures here for you: the booster arts for Modern Masters. And with that, also a big guess on which cards these artworks represent!
Until next time Nurglings, take care.
It’s upon us, a new era of awesome artwork and reprints, a time for money being spent and hearts broken when opening the wrong mythic cards. A time for arguing about prices and expensive drafting. Yes…. Modern Master spoiler season… is here!
And O M G did they start of with something big? I mean we already go Goyf confirmed and that was like a huge deal already, so how could they match this? Well there is a certain 2/1 creature that likes to be in decks together with the Goyf, I hear they even sit down and take a few drinks at a Pub in Innistrad once in awhile. That’s correct, it is….! No wait let’s take a look at the artwork first.
OH EM GE
Is that one awesome piece of art or what? I’m so freaking excited to tell you that this artwork is fitted on to a awesome card as well. Here it comes…
Yup. Dark Confidant is Modern Masters. Plus Goyf. You can start ordering your boxes now. Just do it. Go GO GO GO!
Until next time Nurglings, take care.
It’s time for another kinda meaningless list, unless you’re like me: a sucker for Magic the Gathering art. So of course I had to make a top 5 list! You know that I’m a sucker for lists during spoiler season so yea, here it is. I won’t do plenty of commentary on this post like I usually do on my lists, instead, you will just have to enjoy the art and let’s see if we agree!
[Could not find a bigger image of this piece sadly]
Today they started posting pieces of the Ravnica story on dailymtg.com. Today’s subject was Selesnya, and merged in to that story were a few new pieces of artwork. People are already jumping to conclusions about these pieces and well… I feel that patience is our best friend right now.
Do… if we must think about it. Look at the first piece of artwork and think about the name:
Temple Garden. (?)
(To read more about Selesnya, and see the source of these images, go here: http://www.wizards.com/Magic/Magazine/Article.aspx?x=mtg/daily/feature/209
Selesnya Attitudes Toward Other Guilds
Boros: “They shall tire of their fighting and, when they do, the gentle embrace of Selesnya will be waiting.”
Azorius: “One day, they will free their minds from foolish, external laws and learn to obey the voice of the Conclave.”
Rakdos: “Until they submit, they must be contained.”
Golgari: “These rot-grovelers could stand to learn more from our ways instead of mucking about with their bugs and death.”
Dimir: “A ghastly horde of disconnected murderers who never fully tasted life’s true gifts.”
Simic: “Warpers of life and nature whose downfall will be their lack of community and compassion.”
Gruul: “Such a waste… and a smelly, unreasonable, destructive waste at that.”
Izzet: “Tinkerers and meddlers under the control of one oppressive ego. Doomed for failure.”
Orzhov: “They are lost in a lifeless prison of their own individual ambitions.”
It’s time for some John Avon art! Every time a new set comes out I tend to look for the Avon artworks. With m13, I completely forgot to look for his work! I feel somewhat embarrassed about the fact, but I don’t think Avon will mind. So, as I was looking for his artwork, I got somewhat surprised by the artworks he had done, one of which I loved the first time I saw it, and one that I thought: Oh, it’s an Avon! So these are the John Avon cards from M13.