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"With the power of my biceps I command you to PUT THAT CALCULATOR AWAY!!!"
Posted By: Gcrudaplaneswalker (4/28/2014 9:47:55 PM)


Iroas, God of Opera
Posted By: Ferlord (4/28/2014 7:44:13 PM)


They called him "Iroas, God of Victory" because "Iroas, God of Immediately Winning The Game" wouldn't fit on the textbox. Also, because subtlety.
Posted By: Dreamgor (4/25/2014 3:14:46 AM)


Kind of upset that he isn't facing the other way in the art so he would be opposite of Mogis, considering they are rivaling twin gods.
Posted By: Lord_of_Gelectrodes (4/24/2014 6:16:17 PM)


"Are You Not Entertained!?!"
Posted By: dmedwards (4/28/2014 10:45:30 PM)


What's blocking?
Posted By: Purplerooster (4/24/2014 2:40:15 PM)


Iroas, God of KICKING ASS.
Posted By: TheWallinator74 (4/24/2014 5:33:44 PM)


"Come at me, entire world of bros!"
Posted By: Kryptnyt (4/28/2014 2:31:46 PM)


This is the god that works with Chained to the Rocks! Heliod kind of didn't work because your deck needs to have lots of Mountains, which interferes with your ability to cast creatures that has WW in their cost (which Heliod wants). Iroas is a much easier god to please. Chained to the Rocks, Hammer of Purphoros, Banishing Light, Brimaz, Stormbreath Dragon, just feed him anything. That ability is also a killer, compare Gruul War Chant.
Posted By: sweetgab (4/24/2014 10:59:19 PM)


Not a Centaur - can tell by looking at the tail, which is clearly a bull's and not a horse's. This set up - with a bull's body and a human's torso and head - was actually the more popular way to depict the classic Minotaur in Italian Renaissance art. For example, the Minotaur in Dante's inferno is the ruler of the Centaurs, and has a Centaur-like body.
Posted By: CautionFireLizards (4/27/2014 1:19:23 AM)