@Lanceleoghauni This is true and you should say it.
The only counter example I can think of is enchantment work: black really doesn't have options for enchantment destruction without splashing green for Assassins's Trophy or Pernicious Deed or something.
@Lanceleoghauni And L. Frank Baum!
-Rose Sirmilo, a railroad engineer and local celebrity. She was in town to drive the Gilded Grizzly, a lion-headed automaton (there was an accident and the foundry was out of replacement bear heads) pulling a streetcar. She seemed not to trust either Seth or Jake, but she's offered to help the party to their next stop on the journey to North Metropolis.
He brought an ally from the Booklegger spell smugglers, a scrawny orc named Jake Leg that talked like if Boomhauer had been a McElroy brothers character. Seth repeatedly stressed that under NO circumstances should they let him have a drink.
Jake Leg proved to have a very run down vehicle, though he was a less than reassuring driver. And he gave them a lift to the nearest town.
Here they met a surprisingly patient soltari banker, a newspaperman, an aven short-order diner cook, and-
In the morning, they went on their way and discovered some unusual flowers growing in the roadside ditch, with odd emotional effects when picked. They suspected that the telemancy lines might have been leaking and contaminating the plant life with bits of old spells. Venqwyn took a sample.
But before they could investigate any further Seth the Aven wind mage returned.
Comparatively light D&D&MtG Recap:
The party was wakened in the middle of the night by distant thunder, and took shelter in an abandoned barn. The storm before it hit took the form of some kind of wolf-headed man, illuminated by lightning and possibly aware of their presence.
Both the Tarjuk the cleric/shaman and Ariel the druid tried their own ways to contact it, with no success.
@mycroft I'm hoping somebody does a translation, honestly.
Link to check it out yourself. I can't read Japanese, but the visual storytelling is really good and so if you know the plot already you kinda don't need to?
And I love how they recreated specific card art as panels.
@mycroft This one's for you.
I put Magic cards through Google Translate until the results are sufficiently funny. (Gay, he/him #LetAjaniHaveaBoyfriend)
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