D&D&MtG 

It's been a minute, but it's time for the return of D&D&MtG!

We last left our heroes at a fancy dinner at Tamiyo's Story Circle, in search of Narset and answers about why Tarkir isn't the way Tarjuk left it.

And the arrival of Sarkhan Vol had just been announced.

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Tarjuk immediately attacked.

Ariel threw a Pause For Reflection at him, but he was holding a Stubborn Refusal, and Tamiyo tried to activate some kind of Tap Target Creature enchatment, but he had a Red Elemental Blast, which is what happens when you give players months to consider strategy and what opening hand they'd like.

Tarjuk grapples Sarkhan against the wall, who grins and turns into a dragon.

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As they struggle, Tarjuk begins denouncing Sarkhan, accusing him of genocide. Sarkhan tries to take to the air, and a whole squad of soratami guards and wizards start preparing expulsion spells.

Sarkhan insists Tarjuk doesn't know what he's talking about, but he does recognize a Temur shaman. Tarjuk isn't having it, and as the explusion hits he slams Sarkhan with an Ovinize, and Walks away at random.

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Tamiyo, Vanqwyn, and Ariel are not amused. Tebasha walks after Tarjuk to try to find him.

But Sarkhan finds him first, in a lichen-strewn pumice heap on Regatha. Far from being angry, Sarkhan is intrigued by Tarjuk's attack, and wants to talk.

Tarjuk repeats his angry accusations, but Sarkhan insists he killed no one. At least not by what he did to Tarkir.

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"The Old Tarkir, that's still out there, somewhere. You and I have just walked away to somewhere there's a different Tarkir. You can't accuse me of killing anyone any more than you can accuse a man of slaying a village because he took you down the road to a different one."

Tarjuk rejects the explanation, and declares himself Sarkhan's enemy. Sarkhan likes that just fine.

And Tebasha arrives just in time to see him leave.

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@ajanionthespot Sarkhan is full of shit, but Tarjuk still needs anger management

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@DialMforMara @ajanionthespot Tarjuk did manage his anger. He managed to direct it at Sarkhan.

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@Haphazard @ajanionthespot that's a terrible excuse and you know it
I don't care who has wronged you, if you must take vengeance you wait until after the dinner party so you don't make it everyone else's business

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