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That wurm knows it's beautiful.
Posted By: MagicMTG (8/3/2010 4:18:50 AM)


Still the prettiest wurm of them all, and by far my favorite card of the 200+card, 5 color Ice Age/Homelands/4th Ed deck that I started Magicking with.

Also, I got him on a t-shirt, that I still wear. From time to time anyway.
Posted By: M@tttyZ (10/26/2010 2:31:50 AM)


one of my first cards too. Will never forget the art on this one.
Posted By: ubii (7/6/2010 5:15:26 PM)


My Favorite back in the day. Love the look. =)
Posted By: Lambi (6/4/2010 2:12:49 AM)


Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that back in the day this was in fact the biggest creature that didn't have some terrible drawback like Leviathan, Polar Kraken, Lord of the Pit, or Cosmic Horror.
Posted By: achilleselbow (8/8/2010 8:47:37 PM)


Truly iconic Magic art. I remember I looked at this guy with awe when I first started playing, and was ecstatic when I got him in one of those 60 card snow-covered land-included Ice Age decks.
Posted By: Equinox523 (5/18/2011 9:46:20 AM)


Awesome artwork, no more Dune-esque four jawed worms, this is what they all should look like!
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (2/18/2010 11:03:48 AM)


I'd like to know what size is the original wurm of which this is the scaled version.
Posted By: tavaritz (5/25/2011 12:45:53 AM)


Nearly 20 years later, still one of my favorite pieces of Magic art. Iconic.
Posted By: CardboardElemental (1/18/2013 12:08:52 PM)


The art represents the best of Magic's early days. Totally outclassed by today's standards, but judging from the comments, it seemed liked a fan favorite.
Posted By: Lord_Ascapelion (11/8/2012 11:02:47 AM)