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I love the people who try to post serious comments about the card's effect in this mess of sexist/anti-sexist comments.

@all you people bitching about the art being sexist:
Oh! It's ok when it's the other way around huh?

First off, Liliana is an evil *** who enjoys watching people suffer and die. She double crosses people, namely the very demons she made a deal with for eternal youth, and she is a ruthless murderer. She is selfish and will do whatever diabolic deed needs to be done to get what she wants. She even worked for Nicol Bolas for God's sake! So, by very right of all things good, she deserves to have an 8 foot tall, 480 pound huntsman beat the *** out of her. Woman or not, evil is evil.

Second, she kinda screwed Garruk, so, she gets what she deserves.

And third, she's a main character. She has significance in the storyline and this art depicts an event that happened in the story. It's NO... (see all)
Posted By: CorkBulb (8/30/2012 2:49:42 AM)


what the card art DOESN'T show, is ten seconds later, they work out their issues and totally bone.

and not just regular boning, PLANESWALKER boning.
Posted By: ToAsTy42o (4/29/2012 3:12:28 AM)


The arguments about this art go like this: "Liliana is in a submissive position, this goes against Wizards' policy of depicting women in art!"

Normally I would side with the people saying the art needs to be better. Except Liliana isn't just any woman in the art, she's one of the main characters, so it's not like they could have just made the character a guy to avoid her looking submissive. But complaining about the art is really asking that the female planeswalkers never lose a fight to a male one, and if they did, for it to never be depicted in card art. Destroying the depiction of story in card art is just stupid. Besides, once again Liliana wins (see Triumph of Cruelty). So any complaints are from people completely taking the art out of context. I really hope people calm down about one of the coolest art in the set - it's two planeswalkers kicking the crap out of each other, which is cool.

And it's Green card draw. Which is almost always ... (see all)
Posted By: sarroth (4/27/2012 10:22:42 AM)


Looks like an average friday night at my house.
Posted By: Hayw00d0909 (4/27/2012 5:24:44 AM)


"I love you more!"
"No, I love YOU more!"
Posted By: Goatllama (4/27/2012 2:24:08 PM)


Incredible card. Conditions are usually easily met by Green, especially with a Wolfir Silverheart. This won me a fair amount of games pre-release. The great thing is you can stack these for extra draw.
Posted By: RedJaron (5/2/2012 12:07:10 PM)


Hooray for more card draw in green! The "greatest power" clause should be a cinch.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (4/26/2012 8:50:57 PM)


If anything, this is anti-sexist. What, Liliana should get "special treatment" from Garruk just because she's a woman? Hell no, she crossed him and she's gonna pay the price. The same thing would happen if she were a man. In fact, if I'm remembering my storyline right, he did pretty much the same thing to Jace on Ravnica.
Posted By: Totema (6/29/2012 11:49:50 PM)


Posted By: JasonPaul601 (7/12/2012 11:43:46 PM)


of all the cards in Magic to rate as sexist, this is one of the stupidest. the lore is that Garruk is desperate, the card itself even has him desperate to stop what she did to him, and the art depicts her not caring that a guy has his hand around her throat because she is a powerful planeswalker. honestly, there's about a million half-naked angels, vampires, and elves running around and Lilianna's own backstory is that she sold her soul for some beauty. of all the things to comment on about sexism...
Posted By: caldur06 (8/25/2012 2:13:54 PM)


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