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Hello /tg/
Remember me? It hasn't been that long since you last visited my plane of New Phyrexia....

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We have of course, been awaiting your return. You left before we could make you fully compleat.

Lets take a trip down memory lane, shall we? :


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That should keep you busy for awhile...remember, flesh is weak.

>> No.29423302

Oh, Elesh Norn, you fit 80% of my fetishes, but that giant helmet thing is just too silly.

>> No.29423357

You're missing the lewdest and most disturbing one.

>> No.29423450

I only have the ones that I wrote myself, sadly.

>> No.29423510

Here you go, then. This one is about 6,000 words. No idea who wrote it, though.


>> No.29423548

I really need to find a deck for my play set of ole eleshie, Though they are sitting pretty behind my set of deathrite shamans.

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It's occurred to me that there is no art of Elesh Norn featuring full frontal nudity (to the extent that anything with her in it qualifies as nudity). what is her groin like, anyway? More porcelain plates, or somewhere to put the D?

>> No.29423776

From the general looks of her anatomy, I have to assume there's a gap in the plates between her legs, if only for flexibility.

There might be an orifice there.

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There certainly is.

>> No.29423805

here's the master smut list it should have more of her in it.

>> No.29423826

There wouldnt be, from a fluff standpoint.

It would be a useless feature on an otherwise "perfect" being.

But you can have it be there if you want.

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>mfw none of my fics are in there
>mfw only one elesh norn fic

>> No.29423894

But if she's smooth like a barbie doll down there, why does she wear that red loin cloth?

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If she is perfect, does that not mean between her legs is the perfect orifice?

>> No.29423930

Only if there also exists the perfect dick to insert there. Otherwise, the orifice would be superfluous.

>> No.29423994

Every man thinks he has the perfect dick, and Elesh Norn can only judge the merits of that belief after a detailed tactile study.

I'm sure you can see where this is going.

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Of Myr And Dickings (Elesh NornxMyr): http://pastebin.com/bf2gjZd2
Untitled (Elesh NornxWizard): http://pastebin.com/RB85CMXy
Elesh Norn- The Great Work (HumanxElesh Norn): http://pastebin.com/7z60Vt9m

What is Ctrl+f?

>> No.29424062

>Elesh Norn- The Great Work (HumanxElesh Norn):
This one has already been posted.

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Elesh Norn is worst Phyrexian waifu.

>> No.29424134

>thinking I care
>taking the time to post saying so
>contributing nothing to the conversation
I was introducing the other anon to the foul dark machine magic called Ctrl+f.

>> No.29424141

Elesh Norn, the quest for the perfect dick.
Its lie a reverse or twisted take on Cinderella and the glass slipper, except now its Elesh Norn impaling her porcelain cunt on fleshy mirrans

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I thought this was the most disturbing...


>> No.29424261

Ctrl+f is both a blessing and a curse.

While it may help you find what you seek, it denies you the chance to stumble upon dark wonders you never imagined.

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Sheoldred is only appealing when she's wearing her shiny black armor.

Otherwise she's basically just a lamia with a cyborg crab lower body.

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That horrible moment when you remember her lower mouth and realize there is most likely vore fapfics for her.

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I prefer to think that she un-docks from the crab body for sexytime and wraps her tail around her lover like a snake.

>> No.29424469

Elesh Norn: the quest for the perfect dick.
Its like a reverse or twisted take on Cinderella and the glass slipper, except now its Elesh Norn impaling her porcelain cunt on fleshy mirrans

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>> No.29424503

Oh gods.


>> No.29424602

Elesh can definitely judge with far less than a detailed study.

>> No.29424629

I wish. Sadly thats all I have. Some wonderful drawfag has the same thought as you

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When I look at this pic, I almost miss Technomancer.

>> No.29424833

>wanting a hard, porcelain-skinned phyrexian waifu
>not a soft organic girl who is fun to snuggle with
I dunno, man, I dunno.

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>mfw I see somebody wanting an organic girl
It's like I'm on /s/ or something. Fucking disgusting.

>> No.29424947

Of course you do.

>> No.29425012

God dammit, that's so adorable it's making me mad.

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'lesh, why must you be such a harlot?

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>> No.29434275

Something I never understood is how does phyrexia both want to make everything into machines but keep a using both flesh, cyborgs, and things designed to resemble living things.

Unironically, too.

>> No.29434790

Pure robotics is also not that good. They seek a perfect merging of flesh and synthetic. The inorganic of metal can be shaped and formed with ease while being strong and powerful. The organic side allows growth notice how none of the praetors are artifacts.

>> No.29434898

My fic isn't even on the list...

>> No.29435060

With so much lore and potential fluff, It's crazy how the MtG brand execs don't think a roleplaying game and/or D&D supplement wouldn't sell loads.

>> No.29435422

>Thinking that white curved thing was a giant beak or something. Didn't even see the real face for a long time.

Yup, that was me.

>> No.29435505

>you will never feel Sheoldred's long metal claws tear strips of flesh from your back

Bad feels

>> No.29435757

It took 21 years for 40k to get Dark Heresy. MtG is 21 years old this year.

The time may be now.

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it's happening

>> No.29438292

Because MtG fluff has such bizarrely inconsistent power levels and technology that it would be pretty much impossible to make a balanced RPG out of it.

I mean, it's ostensibly a medieval fantasy setting, but there are robots, flying ships, interdimensional travel, cyborgs, energy weapons, etc. in there too.

It makes 40k look sensible by comparison.

>> No.29438581


According to the latest fluff Elesh has pretty much conquered New Phyrexia, right? I'm sure I heard she'd killed Sheoldred and Urabrask and was working with Jin-Gitaxias. Vorinclex was like moping around in the Tangle still or some shit.


>shiny black armor
>Implying that's not her skin and she's just grafted flesh over the lower half of her face

>> No.29438638

I think she conquered Sheoldred and Urabrask's domains, but it wasn't outright stated that the other two Praetors were killed. I guess they might just have been forced into servitude.

>> No.29438807

If sheoldred is dead then there is no more reason to continue this life

>> No.29438937

Hasbro seems to have given up on the idea of D&D as an RPG, and even the developers don't seem to enthused about D&DNext beyond what's necessary to draw in fan hype.

>> No.29439005

The whole theme of white Phyrexia is needless dogma, iconography and symbolism. Note how they're the only Phyrexians with actual clothing or who bother to simulate something close to clothing.

>> No.29439045

They seek a single organism/machine, one sole entity in the existence of everything that encompasses everything.

>> No.29439050

There's like half a dozen Steel Thanes waiting to take her place. It literally is a wonder she managed to get killed by Norn before they figured out a way to backstab her.

>> No.29439155


But they're sisters, its more tragic that way.

>> No.29439321

Man I know that feeling. Especially Ravnica, that place is a perfect place to have some awesome faction based games be it vidya or table top. Alara would also be interesting for games, while Mirrodin definitely has a fun variety of racial differences going on. It would have the vast advantage of five different versions of the 'vanilla and average' human race.

How WOULD one build the Humans of Mirrodin?
Auriok are white aligned and almost definitely going to lean more towards the archetypical example of chivalrious soldiers and knights.

Neurok are blue aligned and probably more magically inclined but with a hint of rogueishness as they form secret networks under their vedalken rulers.

Volshok are red aligned and definitely straight up barbarian type tribes. There is still room for magic amongst them as they tend to have mages that specialize in molding the earth. Also of note is that their internal body heat is capable of melting most materials so they are very thick skinned.

Sylvok are the green aligned humans and very interesting as well. They definitely lean towards ranger and druids but due to the fusion of synthetic and organic within all life on mirrodin they have very few qualms about artifacts as one might assume from anything that is a druid or even green aligned.

the Moriok are black aligned and I am not too sure about these guys. Clearly any spellcasting they might do would likely be pain and death related. There is not a whole lot about them in general within the lore presented during Scars, pretty much they were taken over far too fast. All that is really presented of them is is people with crazy bladed body parts and flesh that appears decaying.

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>Vulshok... tend to have mages that specialize in molding the earth.
Lightning magic seems to be popular as well.

>> No.29439395

You destroyed my praetor's domain

fuck you man.

>> No.29439402

The moriok were mostly rogues and necromancers and such IIRC

>> No.29439444

We can only hope that they outsource it out to a different company like GW did with fantasy flight.

>> No.29439447



The Moriok worship death, they actually deliberately inhale the necrogen gas in order to speed up their conversion to Nim (Mirrodin zombies.)

>> No.29439467

Do you like Elesh Norn because of Phyrexia's take on white philosophy, or do you like Elesh Norn just because you've got a fetish for monstergirls and need to fap to everything that's feminine without being a human woman?

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>> No.29439525

I like Elish norn because it gives me +2 while wiping good chunk of the enemy board.

>> No.29439607

Almost entirely the former.

>> No.29439617

Both, duh.

>> No.29439660

>do you like Elesh Norn just because you've got a fetish for monstergirls and need to fap to everything that's feminine without being a human woman?
Hey man, I fap to human women too, you know.

>> No.29439720

>thinking anyone faps exclusively to non-humans

>> No.29439779

Not exclusively, but any inhuman feature on a woman seems to give xenophiles around here such a massive boner that they can't stop talking about their magical realm.

>> No.29439831

>Elesh Norn
>counting as a monstergirl

If I can replicate the look with a human in a suit, it's not a monstergirl, it's a conventionally-attractive woman with some kibble glued to her.

/tg/ is not nearly as deviant as it likes to pretend it is.

>> No.29439866

You can replicate almost any monstergirl look with a suit, with some being particularly uncomfortable but it's not impossible.

>> No.29439956


No, I can replicate most "monstergirls" like lamia and driders (wow, a conventionally-attractive human face attached to a body that 99% of the time has a perfectly serviceable hole, can't imagine how a normal person could be attracted to THAT) with a suit.

Replicating actually-monstrous females like e.g. skellingtons requires either pretty extensive surgery or yielding to the physics of the situation and making the fattest skeleton.

>> No.29439964

I don't think you are nearly as deviant as you think you are.

>> No.29440096

And I was talking about monstergirls, which is why I used the word monstergirls.

The point still stands, give something a remotely monstrous look while still remaining feminine and the guys around here jack off like crazy to it. How many Chandra and Liliana fanservice threads do you see in comparison to at-least-weekly Elesh Norn worship?

>> No.29440129

What is this character/setting and where can I read more about it.

>> No.29440177


Elesh Norn from Magic: the Gathering's New Phyrexia.

You can harvest some lore on her and her religion specifically from the mothership (the main MtG website) and from flavortext off white New Phyrexia cards, but that's about all.

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I like everything that ever crawled out of a Phyrexian furnace, full stop.

>> No.29440215

It's not a lot of material to go on but thank you for directing me to it anyway.

>> No.29440242

The other parts of the Planeswalker's guide have info on other parts of New Phyrexia.

>> No.29440297

Many thanks.

>> No.29440319

The setting is Magic, the Gathering, set on the plane of Mirrodin in the Scars of Mirrodin block.

M:tG's setting revolves around countless different planes that powerful travelling wizards called Planeswalkers travel between.
One of these places is Mirrodin, a world where life has melded with metal and machinery. Copper forests, mercury oceans, that sort of thing. Otherwise everything is mundane.
The latest villain is the rebirth of an ancient faction called Phyrexia, artificial monstrosities dedicated to transforming all of existence into a single, efficient organism, corrupting and assimilating everything in their path.
In its current incarnation, Phyrexia is split up into five factions according to the five types of mana in the setting. Red for industry, fire and freedom, Green for evolution, nature and instinct, Blue for science, water and scheming, Black for corruption, death and ambition and White for order, life and discipline.
The character in the OP image is called Elesh Norn, the Praetor (leader) of the white aspect of Phyrexia, known as the Machine Orthodoxy.

To find out more about her and her faction, read here:

>> No.29440431

You're all so helpful, guys
I love you /tg/

>> No.29440489

There's piles of convoluted backstory, to the point where almost no one will be willing to explain the whole story of Phyrexia and Mirrodin to you.

But it's enough for you to get a rudimentary understanding of the setting, at least. What interested you about it?

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No human could have such proportions.

>> No.29440541

Not to mention humans tend not to be very healthy without any skin.

>> No.29440561

Dem legs

>> No.29440656

I'm very easily drawn into games' settings and backstories. Soon after discovering /tg/ many a night has gone down the drain reading dozens of lengthly wiki articles on the world of 40k, d&d, fallout or even star wars.

And now my interest has been piqued just from the appearance of this porcelain-tophat toting thing. So another sleepless night is on the cards.

Bloody hell why is captcha impssible to read lately?

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If you like the porcelain aesthetic, then you'll probably dig white Phyrexia. It's definitely the most interesting aesthetic of all of the factions of New Phyrexia. It appears clean and pure while still be as unsettling as fuck.

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Black Phyrexia can be pretty glorious too.

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Only if you're into rust and corroded iron which isn't really my thing. Too dirty and asymmetrical.

Blue Phyrexia is a second to White when it comes to the most interesting to look at. The most interesting to think about is probably Red Phyrexia though.

>> No.29440966

Any art on the whole "shattered dolls" a.k.a. entirely-splittings-someone's-shit-and-putting-it-together-differently process? It sounds interesting.

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>> No.29441081

I'm building an Elesh Norn white weenie EDH deck and something I noticed is that a lot of the cards that just work well with it just happen to be cards associated with the (former) Mirran Resistance like Hero of Bladehold, White Sun Zenith and yes Elspeth herself.

It made me think that the deck basically somewhat represents all those cards being 'compleated' into the Machine Orthodoxy and I was imagining what the reaction at the table would be if I laid down an altered "Elspeth, Norn's Champion" on the table

>> No.29441092

I always thought it was kinda odd that Sheoldred of all people was the most human looking Praetor. Then you see shit like
What the fuck is with black phyrexians

>> No.29441136
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>I always thought it was kinda odd that Sheoldred of all people was the most human looking Praetor.

parts of her maybe

>> No.29441177

Well her top half is pretty much a hottie in a fancy bdsm outfit.

>> No.29441209

Corruption. Black Phyrexia is more black than even old Phyrexia was. As such, they corrupt even the Phyrexian image.

>> No.29441271

The black Phyrexians are the most un-unified of all the New Phyrexian factions.

Some of them are big huge abominations, some are basically just corrupted humans.

>> No.29441299

There's no art of the process, I'm afraid. Nothing explicitly graphic at least, considering that kids potentially play the game.

Here, have the (fairly crude) trailers dating way back to when this stuff was still in development.

>Mirrodin Pure's trailer:
>New Phyrexia's trailer:
>The final outcome:

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There is this old art from back in the original appearance of Phyrexia showing a cute elf girl in the process of being turned Phyrexian, but it doesn't really match the current art style or level of detail.

>> No.29441456

Some of the NPH cards appear to represent the conversion of Mirran cards from Scars and Besieged. I kinda like it this way because you can allow your imagination to fill in the gaps

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...and a bit more "conversion process" art.

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And this is the last of it, as far as I know.

>> No.29441631

Yeah. Not only that but each of the colours has its own method of conversion. White indoctrinates, black enslaves, blue experiments, red reforges and green consumes. So it's difficult to try and picture a unified method of conversion.

>> No.29441646

>White indoctrinates
It also flays you and replaces your skin with porcelain armor.

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meant to post this pic

>> No.29441700

Fair point. I suppose that just describes how New Phyrexia handles the minds of their victims. Pretty much all of the factions dismantle and rebuild their victims, just with different priorities.

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>dat blank expression
>dat subdermal circuitry
>dat side-boob
>dat laboratory equipment probing her
Oh Phyrexia, always giving me a case of the whyboners.

I never asked for this, /tg/.

>> No.29441830

>Each plane is a setting with its own technology and shit

>> No.29441872

And then along comes a planeswalker and fucks everything up.

>> No.29441897


I really need to find a way to integrate not-Phyrexia to one of my campaigns...

Maybe some day.

>> No.29441942

Honestly, your players are more likely to think you're ripping off the Borg than you are ripping off Phyrexia, unless they play magic as well.

Just keep the theme of a faction of zealous, perfection-obsessed fleshshapers and you've got the heart of it.

>> No.29441966

They all dead. I thought they dropped a bomb on them all (or those Elesh Norn hadn't killed)

>> No.29441983

>Honestly, your players are more likely to think you're ripping off the Borg than you are ripping off Phyrexia, unless they play magic as well.
Not really. The Borg don't have the religious themes that Phyrexia does. And Phyrexians are individuals (when they aren't drones), not a hive mind.

>> No.29441995

The current level of detail is set to easily churned out photoshop effects.

>> No.29442062

White Phyrexia does have a creepy Hive Mind sort of feel to it.

>> No.29442065

Only White Phyrexia has the religious theme. Blue Phyrexia are a bunch of egotistical scientists, Green Phyrexia are either rampaging social darwinists or mindless beasts, Black Phyrexia are heartless psychopaths constantly seeking to stab each other in the back and Red Phyrexia are effectively press-ganged workers who don't give a shit about anything but getting the job done.

You're right about the Hivemind though, at least outside certain factions of Green and White Phyrexia.

>> No.29442079

>Although the resistance had limited access to information, we believed Elesh Norn had dominated Urabrask's and Sheoldreds' domains.


Doesn't say anything about them being killed, just defeated. It's still possible tho and the resistance which was under Urbrask's quasi-'protection' is basically dead

>> No.29442086

From the Phyrexian perspective, every living thing is a machine. Their philosophy is not one of merging flesh and machines, their philosophy is one of not limiting what materials they'll use to craft themselves and any other machine they may need. From our perspective, it's horrific. From their perspective, it's simply keeping an open mind on materials science.

>> No.29442159

Red Phyrexia is the most interesting I think

>> No.29442165

>The ground rumbled beneath my back as Koth's spellbomb exploded on the other side of his makeshift wall, but I don't know the fruits of its destruction.


>> No.29442210

Does anyone have a link to all the MTG articles on the Phyrexian views for each mana color? I love those articles.

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>> No.29442293

>White - The Machine Orthodoxy
>Black - The Seven Steel Thanes
>Blue - The Progress Engine
>Green - The Vicious Swarm
>Red - The Quiet Furnace

>> No.29442462

>Red is better

>> No.29442512

Red isn't necessarily the good guy but they're the furthest from Phyrexian you can get. Their minds don't even seem properly compleated, to the point where they seem more like disgruntled sweatshop workers than anything else.

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I guess. If you like the idea of militant unionist Phyrexians.

>There comes a time when the machinery of compleation becomes so corrupt that you must rise up and throw yourself into your own machines, stopping the cogs with your own bodies!

>> No.29442609

That is what makes them so interesting, they have a mindset different from the other Phyrexians.

>> No.29442674

My personal hope is that Red Phyrexia will remain as a part of the Mirrodin ecosystem even after New Phyrexia is eventually purged.

>> No.29442739

>New Phyrexia

>> No.29442769

>My personal hope is that Red Phyrexia will remain as a part of the Mirrodin ecosystem even after New Phyrexia is eventually purged.
>New Phyrexia is eventually purged
Oh anon, I have such bad news for you....

>> No.29442841

You seriously don't think they won't return to Mirrodin with a wipe-out-New-Phyrexia plot in five, six years time?

>> No.29442899

>wipe out Phyrexia
And then what? There's hardly anything left of Mirrodin at this point.

>> No.29442902

Why isn't there an artifact heavy-colorless faction of Phyrexia?

>> No.29442948

>You seriously don't think they won't return to Mirrodin with a wipe-out-New-Phyrexia plot in five, six years time?
The resistance failed. The new story article they put on MTG showed that Mirrodin is extinct.

If anything, Karn might build a new one. But old Mirrodin is no more. There is only New Phyrexia now.

>> No.29442969

Then it'll be ignored for another eight to ten years before another set revisits it, exploring the rebuilding of Mirrodin.

Either we'll never see Mirrodin again or we'll see the demise of New Phyrexia. We can't go back to Mirrodin without introducing conflict outside of Phyrexian infighting, that would just be utterly boring and the New Phyrexia set all over again.

>> No.29442987

Karn's a new Planeswalker now, so planet-building is no longer possible.

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Yeah. Cleaning out Mirrodin and rebuilding from the ground up seems more likely.

>> No.29443162

>Yeah. Cleaning out Mirrodin and rebuilding from the ground up seems more likely.
Neo-walkers are not nearly as powerful as the cards imply. The Mirran resistance had the assistance of four or more planeswalkers, including Karn himself... they still failed, and all but two of them died.

If neo-walkers were as powerful as cards look, they would have wiped out the Phyrexian scourge in a few hours tops, with some selective mass-destruction spells.

>> No.29443223

That looks like something DiTerlizzi drew.

>> No.29443258

I'm sure you're right. Another possible explanation, though, is that every planeswalker on Mirrodin who gave a shit was also unwilling to annihilate the sum total of pre-existing life on Mirrodin along with the Phyrexians.

>> No.29443296

>Another possible explanation, though, is that every planeswalker on Mirrodin who gave a shit was also unwilling to annihilate the sum total of pre-existing life on Mirrodin along with the Phyrexians.
Then they should have ported the mortals off the plane, and nuked the site from orbit.

It's the only way to be sure.

>> No.29443363

Things never improve on MtG worlds. They just get less shitty.

>> No.29443373

>We can't go back to Mirrodin
We don't have to.

Most likely Phyrexia will start invading other planes now, and this might eventually lead to Mirrodin being sealed off from other planes or just destroyed, but there's no reason Mirrodin should be revisited, again, twice.

>> No.29443582

I'm still of the opinion that Wizards is going through a cycle of visiting an old plane one year, then visiting a new one the next.

>Scars of Mirrodin
>Return to Ravnica

There's only so many ideas for new planes and there's only so many existing planes worth revisiting so I get the feeling that we'll have to deal with New Phyrexia in the future in one way or another. It'll probably be around 2018-2020 though.

>> No.29443738

Where's this article you're talking about? Can't find it anywhere.

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>> No.29443907

>Not wanting to lick those solid porcelain legs
>Solid as stone, but shifting as you tickles her skin
>The sweet metallic taste of that white Phyrexian body glancing across the ridge of your tongue.

>> No.29443943

Personally, I'd like to see the next story arc focusing on Phyrexia to involve the appearance of a Yawgmoth 2.0 who unifies the various factions of New Phyrexia.

>> No.29444014

>Mirrodin voice actor says "Savior"
>Simultaneous Phyrexian subtitles say "Destroyer"

Why does this kind of stuff give me a boner?

>> No.29444148

Internal Phyrexian politics would be hellishly boring for a lot of people. There needs to be some sort of external force, hence the need for either New Phyrexia to invade other planes or the need for a Planeswalker coalition to take back New Phyrexia.

>> No.29444186

You could have a coalition try to retake Mirrodin, and the external threat serving as the catalyst for the Father of Machines to reveal himself once more.

>> No.29444196

>Internal Phyrexian politics would be hellishly boring for a lot of people.
5-sided biomechanical world war sounds boring to you?

Holy fuck, how do you stay entertained?

>> No.29444205
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While formatted like a new planes-walker...
Keep in mind his abilities literally include Retroactive Continuity made into a lore-legit power.

He can undo and rewrite time on Mirrodin with little effort. And he can tear things from reality at a whim to be brought into the new timeline.

He's pretty much still through and through an oldwalker even though much of his imbued spark was leeched.
He's definitely on par with Nicol Bolas in power at a minimum, being another fallen oldwalker.

He's also Grade A trolling material in a deck with 4 shahrazad's

>> No.29444258

>You could have a coalition try to retake Mirrodin, and the external threat serving as the catalyst for the Father of Machines to reveal himself once more.
New Phyrexia winning a second time? I'm not too sure how many people would be happy with that outcome, although it could lead on to a fairly in-depth multi-block storyline that we haven't seen in over a decade name.
Not boring to me, boring to other people. It's like having an entirely Eldrazi or Sliver block. Some people would be absolutely enthralled by it, while others would consider it a samey pile of bullshit.

>> No.29444270

Koth for red Praetor

>> No.29444296

Phyrexia is a small threat compared to the Ederazi and Nicol Bolas

>> No.29444316

The later is more likely.
Phyrexians can't planeswalk as a necessary plot limitation.

A Phyrexian planeswalker would be able to essentially destroy the multiverse by hopping around dumping a barrel of Glistening oil on each plane and simply waiting.
We'd see something that would make the shit going down at Kamigawa look like stubbing your toe.

God forbid it actually somehow manages to taint the Eldrazi, which I hope is impossible.

>> No.29444343

>New Phyrexia winning a second time? I'm not too sure how many people would be happy with that outcome
Then how about the plot for the block starts with a Phyrexian invasion of other plains which is then pushed back by a counter-invasion onto their home turf, spurring the aforementioned unification of Phyrexia, and ending with a sort of Korean War style stalemate across a fortified border?

>> No.29444357

He was immune to it

>> No.29444387

That was before he got blown the fuck up.

>> No.29444402

Layering shahrazad four levels deep. Finally getting to up to the second level before resetting the game.

Even more gay if you rely on a G/W Uber Lifelink deck to heal off of creatures for 130 damage every turn.

>> No.29444442

>It's like having an entirely Eldrazi or Sliver block.
But there isn't much motivation for either. The Eldrazi do not war with one another. And slivers are basically a hive mind.

But the Phyrexians are diverse in both form and opinion. It would make for a setting that's the opposite of the Guildpact... 5 factions hellbent on destruction to finally decide and throne a new Father/Mother of Machines.

Holy shit I just thought of a great idea for a megablock. Three large sets. The first one is "Compleation", and is a Phyrexian world war set that is solely made up of Phyrexians, detailing their attempts to crown a new Father/Mother. The second one is "Phyrexia Cometh" a set that includes creatures from other worlds, detailing the first stages of all-out invasion on the multiverse. The final set is "Yawgmoth Reborn", and you can only guess what that will have.

Fuck I have the weirdest boner from imagining all this.

>> No.29444463

Nigga's made of Darksteel.
Then again.
Infect/Wither outright counters indestructable.
If fact if you think about it, not even Emracool, the Aeon's Hip would be safe from that and a targeted graveyard exile.

>> No.29444490

Guys, guys, guys. There's probably going to be a big giant climax block to tie off all the loose plot threads that have been meandering around for the past few years. The Eldrazi start consuming other planes, so the planeswalkers start gathering their forces to stop them. Jace and Gideon bring out newly-repacted Ravnicans, Sorin and Liliana bring in Avacynian angels and Innistrad demons, Ajani and Elspeth bring Theros gods and monsters, and newly-Praetorized Koth shows up at the eleventh hour with a New Phyrexian army.

>> No.29444530

Spoiler: It was Bolas all along.

>> No.29444600
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She got better... Well not she, but she was up and about again.... Then died again.

>> No.29444611

Honestly, I like the meandering plot line. I think we need to relax after the massive Dominaria focus for over half a decade.

>> No.29444636

Phyrexians can artificially planeswalk. And apparently sometime before he died Venser had schematics for a ship capable of artifical planar traval
>The most important thing about the chamber was that it was beneath the new throne room, and Koth carried a spellbomb. The Mirrans have had spellbombs for ages, but no one had ever built one this powerful. We'd modified it using Venser's schematics. The idea was scrawled in that notebook of his along with his plans for Phyrexian-inspired ships that could drift between the planes. Don't hate me, but I'm glad he died before he could finish that ship.

>> No.29444717

Wasn't Old Phyrexia capable of it? I'm not sure about New Phyrexia, which has little but vague ancestral memories inherited from the glistening oil.

>> No.29444769
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>Phyrexians can't planeswalk as a necessary plot limitation.
Yeah, about that. Planeswalking isn't the only form of interplanar travel. These days it is just a neat parlor trick that some wizards can perform unassisted.

Magic is full of alternative means to travel the planes. Interplanar portals, vessels such as the Weatherlight, or even the overlaying of one plane onto another. Many of the techniques were even DEVELOPED by Phyrexia.

It is only a matter of time before the New Phyrexians re-develop the technologies of old. We've seen that the oil itself contains information from Old Phyrexia (Phyrexian Hulk). Additionally the plane of Mirrodin contains examples of inter-planar technology. Remnants of Memnarch's Soul Traps or the device featured in the card Prototype Portal should hasten the redevelopment along.

Quite frankly, when it comes to interplanar conquest, no faction has more experience than Phyrexia. The next wave of Phyrexian conquest is a matter of when, not if.

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>it's ostensibly a medieval fantasy setting
No... it's never really been this at all. This a general misconception.

>but I'm glad he died before he could finish that ship.
Yeah. Totally a good thing he never finished it, and totally a good thing someone like jhoira isn't roaming the planes with it.

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>> No.29444823

Couldn't one of the Kamigawa gods planeswalk on their own?

>> No.29444852


They have Venser's corpse which could be reanimated and then he could build a new Weatherlight like ship or a new walker's throne like he had. But in both cases they'd need a captured walker's spark to run them.

>> No.29444858

>No... it's never really been this at all. This a general misconception.
Yeah. Magic is a gigantic melting pot full of fantasy genres, as well as other genres covered in fantasy themes.

Phyrexia has always been dystopian cyberpunk/science-fiction, slathered with magic and shit.

>> No.29444860


Out side of Planar overlay, Phyrexians don't technically have a means of planewalking.

But like the card Plane Portal clean shows, if they even get ONE agent on another plane. Some scrap pieces and a day or two and bam. Instant invasion. The issue is getting another person on the other side first... which isn't easy, but not exactly hard either.

>> No.29444869

Which is why I love them so, no fairy tale bullshit.

>> No.29444891

>No... it's never really been this at all. This a general misconception.

Yeah, the fluff director's blog, Tabak or something has made it explicitly clear that Magic is medieval fantasy for everyone who isn't really powerful Blue mana users or artificers and then its an even mix of Steam Punk and Star Wars.

>> No.29444902

Old Phyrexia used gateways and their grand invasion of Dominaria consisted of literally merging the plane of Rath with Dominaria so yeah they knew how to manipulate planar stuff

>> No.29444938

No. Specifically not one of the gods. Gods, like phyrexians can't planewalker (unless the new God Xenagos shows us differently soon).

"Night's Reach" a not-quite-god could planewalk though, and yes. She/it is specially not a planewalker either.

>> No.29444969

Koth's fate after he and Elspeth's botched raid is unknown but if he's alive he's almost certainly captured

>> No.29445015

Then what is she?

>> No.29445030

>he's almost certainly captured

I seriously doubt that tho. He's 100% Red Mana, and his personality is the type that he would rather burn himself out and die before letting Phyrexia have his spark.

>> No.29445034
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Absolutely disgusting

>> No.29445040

>dem nips
Must've been chilly on Rath

>> No.29445064

plot realted phlebotinum

>> No.29445073

>Then what is she?
A myojin.

>> No.29445076

>No... it's never really been this at all. This a general misconception.
Yeah this. You start going through all the settings and planes in your head and you kinda realize. That Dominaria and Bant/Lorwyn were about the only two plane that could claim medieval fantasy or just fantasy. But no longer for Dominaria- as it's no a Post Apocalyptic setting with HEAVY pre-civ technology.

And Lorwyn and Bant gets a semi special exception because the painful story book fairy tale side was needed to help paint it's other nightmare half. And Bant was used in contrast to it's other halves or Beastlands/Burnt Earth/Techno City/ and Horror-Land.

>> No.29445095

nah, just always horny

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where's the love for my Sheoldred? also, on a completely unrelated note - I think I might be addicted to magic.. . I've spent 40+ dollars a week for the past 3 or 4 weeks on magic cards and I barely make minimum wage I hope I;m not the only one


>> No.29445195

Ulgrotha was very generic medieval fantasy

And even if with the advanced Alchemy going on, Innistrad is also very medifan as far as horror goes.

Even Zendikar was as well. If you accept over the top magical locations, which you should.

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The fact the Sheoldred's human(ish) half ends at the waist leads to a pretty serious case of the mermaid problem.

This diminishes her waifu potential enormously.

>> No.29445266

>Implying she couldn't give the best lower-blowjobs on Earth.
So long as she keeps dem teef in check.

>> No.29445302

Yes, but they already visited Mirrodin, you see.

>> No.29445329

true... but honestly, if it weren't for the razor sharp teeth down there, her lower body having a giant mouth down there could potentially be plenty a good time had ....if perhaps, those teeth were retractable somehow

>> No.29445367

How could a neo-walker gain the power of an old walker?

>> No.29445397

>Innistrad is also very medifan
>Even Zendikar

Medieval ... of "D&D"

There is NOTHING Medieval about Zendikar pre or post Eldrazi, but I'll certainly agree they still swing sword and still shout "ADVENTURE!" So definitely not Medieval- but D&Dish sure.
Innistrad strike me as pretty The Masquerade, but I'm not going to argue it's not.
Really grasping at thou, there are plenty plenty more planes out there that don't fit the roll.

>> No.29445405

But that big toothy monster is basically just a walking wheelchair for her.

Sheoldred's real lower body is more like a lamia's tail, and doubles as a neural interface device. Even if there isn't a suitable orifice down there, presumably she could do all sort of lewd things with that tail that would be highly enjoyable for both of you.

>> No.29445407

What's to stop a third revisit in the distance future?

>> No.29445423
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lower blowjob-mind

>> No.29445433
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That's not her lower body. That's just one of her pets.

You see, you don't put things anywhere. She puts things into you.

>> No.29445460

No one knows dumbass. That's Nicol Bolas' whole goal right now.

>> No.29445472

No need. The war on mirrodin is over and Phyrexia has precedent for sparkless interplanar travel.

>> No.29445537

where do you find the lore for new Phyrexia and magic in general ? is there a book series with Sheoldred and the other three generals in them ? please tell me there is

>> No.29445559

Nigga, junkies spend 40+ dollars a day on their addiction and they typically don't even have a stable income.

>> No.29445583

That's one of the two viable options. This has been said multiple times above. Option one, coalition of planeswalkers invade New Phyrexia to restore Mirrodin. Option two, New Phyrexia tries to extend its reach to other worlds. Either option will have to end with New Phyrexia's defeat so that people don't grow sick of constant victories for the Phyrexian side.

>> No.29445697

I personally, I just want the Myr's to go "fuck this shit", get an ark, and go travelling through the multi-verse with memnites also scattering about while Blinkmoth's are used as a living powersource for their arc an themselves.

>> No.29445727

>Restore mirrodin
People keep saying that. They're all dead. There is nothing left to restore. If you could wave a magic wand and remove the phyrexians from the plane, then you'd be left with a lifeless empty metal plane.

>> No.29445787

is there a cache of links to mtg lore ? or perhaps a lore-wiki ?

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>> No.29445845

>new phyrexians run into the eldrazi while looking for other planes into invade

>> No.29445869

>New Phyrexians compleat an Eldrazi.
>Yawgmazi is born

>> No.29445892

>Phyrexia infects the eldrazi

>> No.29445934

Or rather anti-climatically the Eldrazi just eat the Phyrexians. =\

>> No.29445974

Probably because Karn, the Machine Father abandoned his children. If he stayed he would prolly have his own colorless faction.

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>you'd be left with a lifeless empty metal plane.


>> No.29446031

I think if mirridon became restored we would have kept Vensor and Karn would have became the father of Machines for the defeated but still active Phyrexians.
Thus keeping Phyrexians, Mirridon and Vensor.

>> No.29446071

And get corrupted with each crunchy metal being eaten

>> No.29446125

so why did karn leave his plane again when the coalition was getting their shit wrecked? did he just give up or what?

>> No.29446153

Which... Coalition are you referring too?

>> No.29446165

>all this giger plagiarism

subtle, wotc

>> No.29446207

simply being a 'fallen old walker' doesn't give him more power then a neowalker. He certainly has more experience and been around longer and to more planes which is an advantage but not directly related to being an old walker. Only reason Nicol Bolas is so powerful is because he is an Elder Dragon. Karn has vast power because he is a golem built by Urza with the purpose of being one of the keys to destory original phyrexia. It's rumored that his time related powers might have something to do with him surviving the rifts of the Time Spiral block.

>> No.29446337 [DELETED] 

Why is Jhoira such a qt?

>> No.29446343

Who doesn't plagiarize Giger now and then?

I mean, pretty much anything that has themes of transhumanism along with horror is borrowing from Giger.

>> No.29446374

Because she's a vaguely Arab girl in a pretty outfit?

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Why is Jhoira such a qt?

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>> No.29446477

So your saying /tg/ plays to much corruption of champions

>> No.29446533

meant to say the mirrans

>> No.29446616

>How many Chandra and Liliana fanservice threads do you see in comparison to at-least-weekly Elesh Norn worship?
There just isn't much material for a thread with normal human girls. I mean, what is there to discuss?
"Wow, she sure is hot."
That's about it.

Strange or otherwise monstrous women who are still somewhat attractive by conventional standards give much more material for debate and consideration.

>> No.29446816


When they were getting wrecked? He didn't leave them at that time.

Here is how things went roughly. You had first Mirrodin when Karn's 'warden' over his plane he made started to get daddy issues and went insane. Karn tryed to come back and stop it but somehow got locked out by his crazy creation who was turning his entire plane into a machine meant to extract a planeswalker spark from something and put it in something else so this former warden could then try and find it's creator. Well plans got foiled thanks to an elf and a goblin, Karn thanked them and undid a lot of the problems his creation caused but more or less decided to let the people now suddenly inhabiting his plan make their own choices on it.

His next big thing was during an event known as the Mending. This was when rifts appeared destroyed time and space. Numerous old walkers sacrificed themselves and the nature of the planeswalker spark to close them all, Karn somehow miraculously survived despite sacrificing his spark within the rifts. Somehow he managed to planeswalk one last time beore his spark was gone for good and the rift sealed up, and wound up within mirrodin. The new Phyrexians found him immediately and went right to work , catching him and corrupting him.

Long story short, he was busy saving the entire space and time continuum.

>> No.29446849

>Thread about Chandra
>"wow she sure is hot"

heh, my passion for puns has been... ignited.

>> No.29446966

>>Thread about Chandra
>>"wow she sure is hot"

I bet that would be a heated debate.

>> No.29447104

I know, right?

I'm getting all hot and bothered just thinking about it...

>> No.29447160

That's what Venser was going to do, but then he figured Karn would do more good so he sacrificed himself to save him.

Way to go Karn, you sure are doing a great job. Really worth the life of the guy engineering a planar ship.

>> No.29447512

Preach it. I know a lot of people liked the interconectivity of it all, but as a Vorthos through-and-through it just seemed like a despicable waste of potential. An infinite multiverse, and how many planes did they make cards for besides Dominaria? Rabiah, Rath, Phyrexia, and the motherfucking Homelands? Not to mention they felt the need to plug the novels on EVERY SINGLE CARD THAT WOULD fit. Not only was their a huge disparity between design and story (we're doing Karona vs. Otaria! What a great time for a graveyard block!) but they'd just rip scenes and quotes from the novel and slap them on any card who's name and concept might vaguely fit.

Honestly, I grew to love some of the characters but outside the Granduer mechanic, and maybe the rest of the Legends block, since it did have some cool concepts just horribly butchered I'm glad they're letting it be dead. Time Spiral was an absolutely perfect way to wrap up all those long years of Dominarian conflict, and to be honest I feel they'd just make it worse by going back.

>> No.29447526

I don't see why more people don't warm up to the idea of this kinda of thread.

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>kissing you while she practically eats your crotch trying to blow you

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>Glistening oil on each plane
>Compleated O-Kagachi
Phyrexia would just win, right there. I mean, no weeaboo, but this is a beast that can just kind of casually get rid of the Three Eldrazi, Progenitus, and pretty much any powerhouse you can think of, besides Norin the Wary

>> No.29447950

And the reason The Warden Memnarch went insane was Mycosynth, a strange fungus, invading his body and mind. And they say the mycosynth grew from a strange oil...

It's been said that Karn inadvertently seeded countless worlds with the oil as he was traveling, trying to heal time rifts. Of course, Mirrodin got the most of it and it got it near it's artificially engineered and perfected mana core, feeding and fed constantly by the Five Suns (after which one of Sheoldred is likely named; the Black Sun is also known by the first-assimilated Moriok as the Whisperer). One of the major reasons that New Phyrexia is so fractious is that in it's inception, it fed off every colour of mana equally and each individual drop evolved differently because of it.

>> No.29448059

O-Kagachi is dead, though. Only an aspect of him remains; remember that Kamigawa was supposed to take place thousands of years in the multiverses' past.

Also, for everyone saying that the Eldrazi would just wipe out Phyrexia or visa versa, Wizards has stated that they are of equal threat level to the Multiverse. They've also answered questions about whether Eldrazi could be compleated, but that was just a footnote in an unrelated article IIRC, in some sort of letters to the editor section.

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Look at the art of Steam Augury. See that dragon with fins? What other dragon has fins? That's right: Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind.

The pose is very similar to Niv's in his old Guildpact card. Maybe the Eldrazi's destablizing presence shredded the fabric of the Multiverse ala the rifts in Time Spiral, and Niv is assembling an army of Fireminds to overthrow Nicol Bolas. No idea how the gods of Theros...or the people for that matter...play into this scheme, but it seems like a good ace in the hole for the Eldrazi if Nicky B tries to pull something over on Them.

>> No.29448212


This means that the Eldrazi will use an army of Niv-Mizzets to overthrow New Phyrexia.

>> No.29448433

Oh, I had no idea that Kamigawa took place so long ago in the timeline. Makes me wonder what it's like now. Probably pretty boring since we had a moonfolk visit Innistrad recently.

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Yeah. Many of the quotes come from The History of Kamigawa, pic related. Who knows? It would be nice to see modern Kami/peacetime Kami, even if it's a little toned down now. Expand more on the creature types and mechanics, give it a proper power level with cards that don't honestly seem like they're from Legends (http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=79218), and they can work on lowering the levels of parisitism inherent to the original block to at least levels lower than Snow.

Er, and to expand on what I said earlier about Ol'O-Kagachi being dead: a part of him is still around. That-Which-Was-Taken decided it didn't want to be taken back, so she worked with Konda's daughter to slay the main O-Kagachi and take his place as twin guardians of the spirit world. Hidetsugu also absorbed the spirit of O-Kagachi's antithesis IIRC, so he'd make a good next-block villain. Or maybe just a dangerous loner, if they go for non-black villainy again.

As a final note, Toshiro Umezawa was brought to Dominaria by the Myojin of Night's Reach, and his ancestors have a history of repeatedly slapping Bolas' shit despite also being of Grixian colours.

>> No.29448966

*Many of the quotes that make up the block's flavour text

>> No.29450336

Konda is still around as well in thousands of little pieces. Reconstructing him would be hilarious.
>"Hey, where does this part go?"
>"Is that an eye?"
>"I'm fairly sure he's not supposed to have three arms."

>> No.29450516

>>"Is that an eye?"
>"I don't know, I can't see!"

>> No.29452363
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You're right. This thread needs more best Phyreixian waifu. Hero. Traitor. 100% Kerrigan.

>> No.29452446

Yeah, glad to see that I wasn't the only one thinking that.

>> No.29452532
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Considering old Queen Bitch was a young me's waifu before neo-Blizzard ever got ahold of her, I'm totally okay with this.

>> No.29452579
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Elesh is okay too, btw.

>> No.29452633
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>tfw you'll never get the full art of Glissa's Scorn for dat ass

>> No.29454554
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anymore from the Urabrask story author? that shit was GOOD

>> No.29454718

>mfw I was in the thread where that reaction image was conceived
Well, I always thought it was an exaggeration when people said there was a huge overlap, but...

>> No.29456614


>> No.29457086
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Don't worry, anon. My waifu, Elspeth "Everything I Touch Goes Full Apocalypse" Tirel, will take care of any phyrexian that tries.

You can count on her. Third time's the charm.

>> No.29457320

Hmm, so if she tries to save New Phyrexia...

>> No.29457357
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...this will happen. Trust me, that plan is a no-go.

>> No.29457386

Does anyone know where I can get info on the Phyrexian language? That looks so badass....

>> No.29457410
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Probably spliced from the NP trailer.


>> No.29458440

Guys, guys, maybe Elesh just made Sheoldred and Urabrask more perfect.

Maybe now they can be her faithful servants, hmm?

>> No.29458474
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>How many Chandra and Liliana fanservice threads

Good point, Anon.

>> No.29458598

>he thinks babby-grade Phyrexians could corrupt Elspeth

>> No.29458611

>tfw no praetor dominatrix gf

>> No.29458661

>thinks they couldn't
Elspeth is my waifu, but even I admit >>29457357.

You can hear it from her yourself in her Theros short story. The Phyrexian praetors are "gods" compared to her, hence what spurs her to Theros, where she wants to see gods that could challenge those of New Phyrexia. When concerned over Koth's capture, she says that they are immune to the oil, but they would flay him, drive him mad; the phyrexians have their ways, oil or not.

She is _afraid_, anon, because these phyrexians can do so much worse than kill her. I am so relieved my waifu is finally being given a "break" from all the thrice-damned atrocities she keeps experiencing everywhere she goes.

>> No.29458812
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I'm hardly worried about Mirrodin. It's pretty obvious that Jaya will take it back, as seen in the promo art.

Phyrexian slivers.

Phyrexian eldrazi slivers.

There is no limit to the horror. The true BBEG of Magic.

>> No.29459060
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>Corrupting Corruption itself
I'm getting really turned on, teeg...

>> No.29459070
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>implying those slutty planes aren't asking for it
Did you see what they were casting?

>> No.29459115

>implying labor unions and class struggles don't give me a massive erection

>> No.29459126

They could be Karn-worshipping extremists that try to destroy all the tainted works that the others have built.

>> No.29459189
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>There needs to be some sort of external force
>some sort of external force attacking New Phyrexia

>"They lived in an idyllic world, and lorded over its denizens with cruelty and vanity."
>"Now they have discovered a world where all beauty has been truly and utterly corrupted beyond measure."
>"Their crusade against the hated Phyrexian Eyeblights will never end."
>"Wizards of the Coast Presents:"
>"The Lorwyn Invasion"

>> No.29459211

>this nigga thinks mermaids are a problem

You gay, son?

>> No.29459258
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>muh Grixis

Best Shard

>> No.29459277

>where's the love for my Sheoldred?
I'd fucking ruin that booty, Anon

>> No.29459295
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>loads of fetishbait

>> No.29459301

>Daimyos vs Praetors

10/10 would preorder the booster boxes.

>> No.29459319

>Jace and Elesh Norn
>implying Jace wouldn't rather become Vorinclex' submissive butt concubine

Be reasonable, Anon.

>> No.29459356

Argentum was a lifeless empty metal plane from the start.

So I think that'd make Karn happy, at least.

>> No.29459367
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>> No.29459382

>Lorwyn vs New Phyrexia

I'd chuckle heartily. Whimsical fantasy versus grim and gritty science fantasy? Glorious!

>> No.29459431

>too much flesh
>would not bang

>> No.29459618
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'Leshy, quit posting on /tg/ and come to bed

>> No.29459814
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Why does Green have all the hottest Phyrexian girls?

>> No.29459829

Holy shit that fucking card, Anon. It's cruel and unusual, I tell ya. I bet she lets those tokens "compleat" her every damn day, bro.

>> No.29459926

They let their women keep their flesh.

>> No.29460032

>Lorwyn anything
please wizards

>> No.29460066

because elves, yo. c'mon

>> No.29460108
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Just imagine; the presence of great hideousness would drive the Lorwyn elves into an amplified version of their Shadowmoor ways. Together with the merfolk, kithkin, boggarts, giants, treefolk, and all the rest of the free peoples of Lorwyn, they would crusade against the disgusting eyeblights of New Phyrexia, the monsters that threaten not only their lands, but all beautiful things in the Multiverse.

It would be a refreshing change to see some whimsy beat down on the tired, "apocalyptic" threats that so often rule the day of late.

>> No.29460124
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>golem tokens plowing compleated sylvok girls under the light of the Green Sun

>> No.29460171
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>Rhys the Redeemed slaying Glissa with a darksteel blade

Getting motivated...

>> No.29460173

Also, plenty of qt3.14 elves being compleated.

I'd love to see an homage to this >>29459189 piece of art, but set in an oily Giger-esque landscape with those two having been turned Phyrexian.

>> No.29460174

Has there been a walker from lorwyn yet?

>> No.29460275

Maybe different types of Lorwynites get compleated, but the block ends with the forces of whimsical justice crushing whatever mechanism allowed New Phyrexia to attempt an incursion into Lorwyn, and establishing a small enclave of beauty in the tarnished and ruined Mirrodin, hmm?

>> No.29460290

>phyrexians get into that one place with the changelings

>> No.29460307

The Mutavault? Oh god...

>> No.29460345

>the block ends with the forces of whimsical justice crushing whatever mechanism allowed New Phyrexia to attempt an incursion into Lorwyn, and establishing a small enclave of beauty in the tarnished and ruined Mirrodin, hmm?
...and thus begins the MtG version of the Israel/Palestine stalemate.

>> No.29460410

Which side is Israel?

>> No.29460412

>Phyrexians lobbing missiles over the GIANT ELVEN SUPERFENCE
>boggarts settling in kibbutzim along the Mycosynth Strip

>> No.29460429

Obviously delicious Lorwyn coalition must be Israel, since they have to win the block and occupy a portion of New Phyrexia to avoid silly grimderp.

>> No.29460445

The elves. Because despite looking nice, they're actually the bad guys.

>> No.29460456

But remember, they become the good guys when exposed to horrible evils and ugliness. Against New Phyrexia they will be shining crusaders, Anon.

>> No.29460475

Will they spend the next century complaining about the six million elves Phyrexia compleated?

>> No.29460489


How dare you

>> No.29460511

It's like you've never seen your loved ones hacked apart, rebuilt as monsters, and sent after you for foul purposes.

>> No.29460535

>implying I didn't sell them out myself

>> No.29460585
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>le edgy black magus face

>> No.29460778

Shhh, just come

>> No.29462918

Wait, so what is karn going to do? And what happened to that full flesh bitch?

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