Final installment folks, and final chance for this set to wow us with something. To be fair, I did kinda forget momentarily about the new Grave Pact variant, which is pretty exciting, but really only goes in decks that already play Grave Pact. But other than that, I've been pretty underwhelmed.
Today we're wrapping up the review with the rest of the bunch, including Mutlicolor, Artifact and Land cards.
Gaining 100 life isn't all that big a deal in EDH, though, what with the General Damage rule and all, but then again it's nice to have a Planeswalker with an Ultimate that doesn't make your opponents collectively shit themselves and turn you into the Archenemy on the spot.
Also, Limited fodder.
Well, this concludes our look at Journey Into Nyx. Thanks for coming along with me on this... journey (wah wah). So turns out this set is, for the most part, even worse than Born of the Gods (which I still think of as being pretty mediocre, though some aspects of it have grown on me with time). But it's not entirely devoid of playable cards, so whatever.
I really loved Theros, but I've been pretty much over this block since that set came out. By BNG came around I was already ready to move on. Now, it just feels like the house guest that won't leave. Sorry, Theros, you were cool until you got drunk, now you've just made an ass out of yourself. I have no idea where I'm going with this analogy or what it even means. Eh, nevermind.
Until next time, enjoy!