RadioshackRaider wrote:okay, I'm gonna call it right here and now that the Dragons of Tarkir story will involve Ugin waking up to the Dragon-lords bitching the other sentient races of Tarkir around, pissing him off. He'll then work on trying to even the balance yet again by trying to sever his connection to his home plane somehow, causing the dragon storms to occur, but with a drastically smaller intensity. Sarkhan, Sorin and the other 2 Planeswalkers of the block will be involved, after which Sorin tells Ugin of Nahiri's disappearance and the Rise of the Eldrazi.
I don't think that Ugin will leave the plane. He's a major part of it's ecosystem. Even 'asleep' he's what allows the dragons to exist. I do feel he's going to be annoyed when he wakes up by the 'balance' being broken. But when he's conscious, I think he'll have control over the dragon storms. It'll be more splitting up the non-dragons and dragons.
I pulled off something in draft tonight that I really wanted to pull off. The board was my opponent was at 18, has two morphs, the 2/1 unblockable you can recast from graveyard if you're sultai, the 2/1 flier with prowess, and a Bond-Kin that's up to a 4/3. I was at 7 with a Jeskai Student and a Sage of the Inward Eye. He swings with the 2/1 unblockable and the Bond-Kin. I block with my Sage.
Then, I cast Arcbound on my Sage.
Wipe the board in a 5-for-3, gain 28 life, and deal 4 to my opponent seems really good. And draw a card. And, since that had been my plan for most of the game, I had six pieces of gas in hand to take off.