Wizards: Sympathetic nonbinary planeswalker!
Me: ooh, you've made me care again
Wizards: Awesome plane based on Norse mythology!
Me: YES PLEASE gimme that good squirrel content
Wizards: oh, and the Phyrexians are here
Me: never fucking mind, I should know better than to expect you to use a setting to its full potential
@DialMforMara this was me and:
cool D&D-ish adventure world: focus on eldrazi
creepy gothic world: focus on eldrazi
to a secondary extent, return to the biggest lore world where mtg's had the most setting: not really showcasing the world to an unfamiliar player
at least iirc we had sets that explored the setting without too much outside influence. I'll give ancient egypt world a pass, as well as city world again again, and the first part of cool wedge clans world before it became oops all dragons
pirate dinosaur colonialism world was cool I thought, and hanging out in fairy tale land was a nice breather (though it feels like it really wouldn't been better spread out over two sets)
@mycroft no coincidence that Ixalan was my favorite block in all the time I've been playing (which is just since the start of the Gatewatch Era)
@DialMforMara Saaame, I’d love to check back in with New Phyrexia, but it needs a set of its own to stretch out and play with the theme of “a circular firing squad of horrible people with no more external goals”
@orb_warded_kor_warlord problem is, they do have external goals. Which is how Vorinclex comes to be on Kaldheim.
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