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He seems rather unhappy. You'd expect a djinn with a personality like that to have a happy-go-lucky look on his face.
Posted By: Neutral_Bob (5/9/2010 8:52:54 PM)


I'm with you, Bob. It does seem somewhat odd.

"Hi. I love tricking people in all roads in life. But it brings no smile to my face, no joy to my ...stride, and I certainly hate being rubbed out of a lamp."
Posted By: Lateralis0ne (5/16/2010 11:01:30 AM)


There is no joy on your face when you are pretending to be a slave to trick your "master".... :D
Posted By: llirreh (6/6/2011 2:18:32 PM)


Mahamoti Djinn. The creature that every Clone and Vesuvan Doppelganger hoped to copy. The pinnacle of every Revised-era blue deck. Strangely, the Djinn never achieved the popularity or the fame of its biggest adversary, Shivan Dragon. Granted, it lacked the damage-dealing potential of its red rival, but the Djinn could block Sea Serpents, Fire Elementals, Water Elementals, and Demonic Hordes, and survive.

My aunt was actually the first person I knew to get one of these. I remember staring at it in shock for a minute. The biggest flier I owned was Sengir Vampire. I'd heard of Shivan Dragon. I thought I had a pretty good idea of what was what in the Revised set. But here was a 5/6 flier that I'd never seen nor heard about before. And while my initial reaction was jealousy, it was quickly overcome by a sense of w... (see all)
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