Labyrinth of Lore #9 Emrakul is Back, Back Again

We are back after a short hiatus due to the weird beginnings of summer. And of course we are back right after they announced the set symbol for Eldritch Moon and it confirmed our suspicions! Of course they also showed us a trailer, and Emrakul the Promised end, as well as a few other cards we'll talk about. Ok to be honest I was calling Emrakul's return but I was not hoping for ANOTHER EPIC PLANE WIDE BATTLE! Ok with that out of me seriously I was hoping that Emrakul would keep subtly corrupting things, even just hover over the plane away from everything, not just arrive and go, hmm this town on the coast looks delicious I'll eat that and turn half its populace into slavering monsters. 

Frankly this set is starting off feeling like the new hearthstone expansion that has a bunch of "corrupted version" of existing cards, but then I might just be bitter. Any way we talk about the new cards that had been revealed so far, Emrakul, the Promised End, and the actually sort of annoying story that talked about her summoning, Coax from the Blind Eternities, the Eldrazi Wish card that unlike Spawnsire of Ulamog is reasonable, and the weird half of a transform card, Hanweir, the Writhing Township, that's enough said about that.

Lastly we talk about Ulrich, and I'm calling him that because I can't stop thinking of him like the failed stormcloak wannabe king. Yes, Ulrich of the Krallenhorde is our first Legendary werewolf, and I tend to agree with many other people he is sort of underwhelming compared to some werewolves we've seen before, but beggars can't be choosers

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