This entry is part 13 of 14 in the series Massive Art Attack

Posted by Chris-B
email – olwhiskeyboots@gmail.com
Twitter – @0hn0s3

That’s right! Massive Art Attack is back this week to make a cameo appearance.  For readers who don’t know, in Massive Art Attack I like to take a look at terrible MtG art, awesome alters, and any other Magic art related topics.  Next week Staple Remover will be back at it’s regularly scheduled time to bring you the second part in the mono colored deck building series: Green. This week at the Theros prerelease I opened a certain card, with a certain character on it. Who cares, right? Well I think I found a clue in the art for this new card that foreshadows a major plot point that could be coming up in Theros block. Read on to find out what the card is, the clue I found in the art and what it might be hinting at.

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This entry is part 14 of 14 in the series Massive Art Attack

Posted by Chris-B
email – olwhiskeyboots@gmail.com
Twitter – @0hn0s3

In case you haven’t noticed yet, its Vorthos week here on Commandercast. That means its a great time to put together a Massive Art Attack for you. So you are a Vorthos, your deck is centered around a theme. Maybe your personal goal is to get the Skyship Weatherlight with Gerrard Capashen and the rest of the Weatherlight crew onto the battlefield at the same time. Perhaps you have built a deck based on your favorite Game of Thrones faction and casting Dire Wolves or Fire//Ice is what you want to be doing. It could be that you have a Michael Bay deck that only includes cards with big explosions and natural disasters in the art, thats why you run Word of Blasting and Earthquake. All of your basic lands are chosen specifically to fit the theme or overall feel of the deck. Now how do you take your theme to the next level? Theme your tokens!

Credit: mattbooker.info

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