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Did you know the messenger falcons can do the kessig run in only 12 parsecs?
Posted By: patronofthesound (3/9/2013 2:49:59 PM)
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*SLAMS FACE WITH ARBOR ELF* 5/5
Posted By: GlintKawk42 (4/12/2013 7:52:50 AM)
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Instead of my usual attempts at wit, I'd like to provide some analysis for this intriguing megacycle of lands from Innistrad, namely how said lands fit into the overall design of the block.

Analysis: RedGreen are the colors of Werewolves in Innistrad. Being the most prolific double-faced cards in the block, Werewolves have a distinct transformation mechanic that checks to see if spells were cast the previous turn during each upkeep. If none were cast, the Werewolf transforms into a stronger, fiercer creature. But if two or more spells are cast during a single turn afterward, the Werewolf transforms back.

What this has to do with Kessig Wolf Run is that it has a spell-like effect reminiscent of Skarrg, the Rage Pits from the old Ravnica block that is not a spell per se, allowing it to support the aggressive Werewolves.
Posted By: Manite (11/11/2013 1:40:49 PM)
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