Melissa DeTora wrote about Fry in her M-Files series of articles.
You hear this question from new(ish) players every once in a while: Why is Preordain banned in Modern, but not Serum Visions? Sure, they are close, but they are not the same. That ordering changes the card quite a bit. Also, they have to draw the line somewhere.
So, Yarok, the Desecrated… a card made for the fans of Panharmonicon. Personally, I haven’t been that keen on breaking that particular card, but in the context of our meta, where wraths are plentiful, I would rather go for Mulldrifters than Baneslayers. (You can read more on this here.)
OF course, it would be easy to just throw a bunch of creatures with ETB-abilities into the deck, but I decided to go with a theme. I mean Yarok happens to be of a specific type. Elementals it is (even though horrors does tickle me as a theme, but there aren’t that many of them as of yet).
I don’t really know if others feel the same, but Standard has, sadly, become a bit of chore for me.
Or maybe the Spike Cube?
As I write this, 188 cards have been previewed. If you are like me and use Mythic Spoilers to follow these, the last card to be previewed as of this writing is Soulherder.
But we are not here right now to talk about the powerlevel or usability of the cards, except when it affects how a card feels. I’m here to talk about how the cards evoke memories of old cards or themes.
I know I’m late on this, because it’s been about four years since the last actual Borderlands game, but the Borderlands 3 is coming out in September, so maybe this is very timely. Or that’s what I’ll tell myself.
I’m actually playing through Borderlands 2 for the first time right now, so this is a very immediate experience for me.
The Guild gathered once again for our annual meetup. This year, the hit game was apparently a little obscure gem War Chest.