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by Will McDermott

ePub The Moons of Mirrodin (Magic: The Gathering) download
Author:
Will McDermott
ISBN13:
978-0786929955
ISBN:
0786929952
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Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast (September 1, 2003)
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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1582 kb
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Book 1 of 3 in the Magic The Gathering: Mirrodin Cycle Series. He is the author of the Magic: The Gathering novel Judgment.

Book 1 of 3 in the Magic The Gathering: Mirrodin Cycle Series.

Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast, and their respective logos are trademarks of Wizards of the . Argentum had no suns or moons, no rotation through space to give the metal man any sensation of time’s movement

Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast, and their respective logos are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC in the . All Wizards of the Coast characters and the distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC. Cover art by Brom. Argentum had no suns or moons, no rotation through space to give the metal man any sensation of time’s movement. An outside observer might have thought the Warden was a statue on the grounds of the fabulous castle. After a time-a decade by some standards of turned to look at the grounds around the base of Galdroon palace.

The Moons of Mirrodin book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Moons of Mirrodin (Magic: The Gathering, Mirrodin Cycle, as Want to Read: Want to Read saving. Start by marking The Moons of Mirrodin (Magic: The Gathering, Mirrodin Cycle, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Mirrodin introduces several new mechanics to Magic as well as a completely new card type - Equipment - which adds power and reusability in your decks. The Moons of Mirrodin. Equipment - A new type of artifact which can be attached to your creature to arm them with special abilities. If the creature dies, the Equipment "falls" back into play and can be re-attached to another of your creatures. Across the harsh landscape of Mirrodin, an orphaned elf must make her way, seeking the secrets of her past, daring the perils of her present. Download a sample chapter (227k - pdf).

Reading the Moons of Mirrodin is the first Magic the Gathering experience I've had. I love adventure/science fiction, and this book had me captivated from the start. Glissa, Slobad, and Bosh are a team not to be messed with

Reading the Moons of Mirrodin is the first Magic the Gathering experience I've had. Glissa, Slobad, and Bosh are a team not to be messed with. Will Mcdermot did a great job. I am reading Darksteel Eye now, and so far so good! 0.

The Moons of Mirrodin. The Planeswalker novels are a type of Magic novel that was introduced in 2009. Each follows the story of one of Magic's planeswalkers. 320. ISBN 0-7869-2995-2. Each follows the story of one of Magic's planeswalkers Year.

Mirrodin is the first set in the Mirrodin block. It is the 30th Magic: The Gathering expansion and was released on October 2, 2003. The prerelease was September 20–21, 2003. Starting with the Mirrodin block, WotC took 44 cards out of the large expansion and added 22 cards to each of the two small expansions. I shall name it Mirrodin. Memnarch began to hum as he entered the castle. The oil had already insinuated itself into the Warden’s psyche, but there was time enough later to exert control. For now, it must divide and grow. Memnarch stood in the guard house and watched Karn and Jeska leave. It was a strange phenomenon. One moment they were there and the next moment they were gone. That was the first rule of any organism, especially one that had been created as a weapon. For what seemed an eternity, the oil had lain dormant, waiting to be unleashed upon a new world.

The Moons of Mirrodin by Will McDermott Is this a Magic: the Gathering novel? I’m flabbergasted.

The Moons of Mirrodin by Will McDermott. Our story begins with a prologue of sorts, picking up where we left off at the end of Scourge. Is this a Magic: the Gathering novel? I’m flabbergasted. The formula is a pretty straight-forward young adult hero’s journey but it’s on Mirrodin so the vorthos lore is fantastic. com where you can purchase these books (and many more items, so I’m told).

The skin was red and cracked, but it would hold. The bone would need time and more healing magic to mend properly, but at least her friend would not die. She turned toward Pontifex. Thank you, she said. Why didn’t you do that when you were struck in the hall? I did, said Pontifex. He opened his own robe.

A World Beyond ImaginationWhere forests of metal claw the sky.Where razor-sharp metallic grasses stretch across the plains.Where vast oceans of quicksilver conceal predators awaiting the unwary.Across this harsh landscape, an orphaned elf must make her way, seeking the secrets of her past, daring the perils of her present. And she must tear aside the veil that hides the face of a hidden enemy whose power extends across all Mirrodin
  • Having played some of the Mirrodin cycle in the card game, I enjoyed reading the story counterpart to the set. The books (including Parts 2 and 3) are a bit fast paced with characters travelling place to place very quickly and events coming and going almost non-stop. I wouldn't recommend this to non-M:tG fans, but if you are curious you could do far worse.

  • While I never played this Magic the Gathering expansion when it first came out, that really doesn't matter. The charcters & setting are so rich & detailed oriented that I had no problem immersing myself into this book & world. A must read for anyone who loves magic flavor, but especially if you enjoyed the Mirrodin block & want a deeper unsderstanding of the characters & locations.

  • I'm very interested in the Mirrodin block of Magic the Gathering and this book was such a great overview of that story and those characters.

    I only wish these digital versions allowed you to view cards relates to the characters.

  • Thank you.

  • Good one. As a whole block, they are very repetitive in "going there, then there, and return again" pretty repetitive

  • Fun and enjoyable. Definitely would recommend it to anyone interested in magic. Glissa is a fun character to follow !

  • While this book breaks no new ground, it's a fun read for Magic the Gathering fans. Since few of the characters are explicitly stated, it's fun to read the descriptions of a monster and try to figure out which creature card it's supposed to be.

  • So worth the read if you are into the Mirrodin block of Mtg.