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@RAV004: Xenagos is not evil? Hardly. This is a man who doesn't give a damn about other people's lives. He had a guy at his revels stoned to death just because he felt angry. When he was a child, he pushed another kid off to his death. HE KILLED SCRYFISH.

And we don't even know if he's dead. Godsend doesn't kill people, it cuts them from Nyx. It would kill a normal god, since they're entirely from Nyx, but Xenagos is a different story.
Posted By: Axelle (5/2/2014 1:07:56 PM)
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Holy Sideboard heaven batman
Posted By: thePROJECTION (4/25/2014 5:08:09 PM)
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Yes! This is perfect storytelling. Now everyone knows that Elspeth got Xenagos with God's-End and lived to tell about it. We knew it would happen, but it's very nice to see it.

No one who missed the books has any idea who won the Implicit Maze in Ravnica. We never knew what happened to Elspeth after New Phyrexia's compleation until we saw her in Theros, and we still don't know what happened to Koth. Each of these storylines had different needs, but it really felt bad when big moments happened "off-camera" in the past. The flavortext on Avacyn, Angel of Hope felt the tiniest bit awkward to me, but I'm glad they at least mentioned that important moment in the cards.

The card's mechanics are perfect also. It's almost always useful, and sometimes game-chan... (see all)
Posted By: JimmyNoobPlayer (4/24/2014 10:09:20 PM)
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Goodbye Mono-Blue Devotion. All it takes is one of these sideboarded in and the entire deck pretty much falls apart.
Posted By: Syrtees (4/29/2014 3:57:25 AM)
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Step 1: You play Elspeth.
Step 2: You play Godsend.
Step 3: You exile your opponent's Xenagod with this card.
Step 4: Your opponent smiles,shakes your hand, and concedes at your awesome flavor skills.

Step 5: Your opponent shows you that they're sideboarding out their Xenagods and bringing something in from the side.
Step 6: Your opponent ramps into Revel of the Fallen God.
Step 7: You laugh and concede this time in awe of their flavorfulness.

Step 8: Someone wins the tiebreaker, I dunno, not important.
Posted By: Agent_Gold (4/28/2014 9:37:33 AM)
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Meh.
Posted By: LordOfTheFlies87 (4/25/2014 7:14:48 PM)
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@Terror King: That actually gives me an idea for how Elspeth can bring proper judgement against Heliod for HIS crimes.

Heliod: Impertinent fool! You think I can be harmed by anything under my control?! That is MY weapon you hold!
Elspeth: Because of your blessing, at least. (casts Erase or the like on the blessing) But now, this is once again Purphoros's weapon I'm borrowing.
Heliod: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! (dies horribly and gets his throne given to Ephara)
Posted By: SkyknightXi (4/26/2014 11:30:23 AM)
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Playing any gods? I decide to de-side my Deicide...
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (4/24/2014 3:14:53 PM)
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I'm really mad that wizards ended up killing Xenagos. We have this pantheon of great magic villains:

Nicol Bolas, evil mastermind
Phyrexia, unkillable virus
Eldrazi, unstoppable eldritch monstrosities

In comes Xenagos, a guy with great character. He's not as smart as Nicol Bolas. He's not as tenacious or omnipresent as phrexians, and he's not as unstoppable as an eldrazi. He is a simple man (satyr, technically) who loved to live it up, and then had this amazing thing he never knew about called a planes-walker spark IGNITE WHEN HE PARTIED HIMSELF TO DEATH. (by doing cocaine or drinking too much alchohol or god knows what)

He saw the grand nature of the multiverse with his newfound spark and ran right the ***c back home to his mommie plane. , because his insignificance to everything scared him. This is a guy that everyone who's ever thought about death can really relate to. Knowing that Theros was this small insiginificant wedge of the multiverse, he holed himself up in... (see all)
Posted By: RAV0004 (4/25/2014 6:31:38 PM)
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Sideboard all-star until Theros rotates out.
Posted By: Continue (4/24/2014 3:46:04 PM)
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