The Dragons of Magic

The Dragons of Magic What beasts rule our dreams Ancient Primevals enslaved our ancestors and modern dragon engines enslave us Plains dragons defend humans and undead dragons destroy them And all dragons hold mysteries

  • Title: The Dragons of Magic
  • Author: J. Robert King Edo Van Belkom Steven Schend Paul B. Thompson Brian M. Thomsen Edward Bolme Tom Dupree Denise R. Graham
  • ISBN: 9780786918720
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • What beasts rule our dreams Ancient Primevals enslaved our ancestors, and modern dragon engines enslave us Plains dragons defend humans, and undead dragons destroy them And all dragons hold mysteries deep within.Uncover the secrets of the dragons of Dominaria.

    • The Dragons of Magic by J. Robert King Edo Van Belkom Steven Schend Paul B. Thompson Brian M. Thomsen Edward Bolme Tom Dupree Denise R. Graham
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  • While I'm not usually a big fan of anthologies, I was surprised to find myself really enjoying this one. Almost all of the stories here, with only a couple of exceptions, are worthwhile and memorable. A few of the stories here are fantastic, worth getting this book just for them. Another great thing about this book is its near-total unreliance on any knowledge whatsoever of the MTG universe or game. These stories, while great, are mostly generic dragon-based fantasy stories, that could be (and m [...]


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