Assassin's Blade

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Assassin's Blade

Assassin s Blade A new story inspired by the classic trading card game This title launches an all new trilogy based on key characters and events from the top selling Magic The Gathering trading card game These titles

  • Title: Assassin's Blade
  • Author: Scott McGough
  • ISBN: 9780786928309
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • A new story inspired by the classic trading card game.This title launches an all new trilogy based on key characters and events from the top selling Magic The Gathering trading card game These titles expand on the history of the Magic r world and fill in the backstory for the fansSASSINATION HAS ITS PRICE Scheming, intelligent, and power hungry, the emperor s assaA new story inspired by the classic trading card game.This title launches an all new trilogy based on key characters and events from the top selling Magic The Gathering trading card game These titles expand on the history of the Magic r world and fill in the backstory for the fansSASSINATION HAS ITS PRICE Scheming, intelligent, and power hungry, the emperor s assassin moves always in shadow He kills whom his master wishes and plans his own rise to power Against him, one man stands on his honor, determined to end the cycle of death dealt from dark corners Amid a dark landscape ravaged by war, the two at last confront one another At stake is the future of the empire.

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    1. Chip Hunter on said:

      ASSASSIN'S BLADE begins a whole new mentality behind the MTG fluff novels. With this book, characters from the trading card game start playing a major role in the stories. All of the characters in this book come straight out of the Legends expansion, including Tor Wauki, Tetsuo Umezawa, Ayesha Tanaka, and Lady Caleria. The book provides great in-depth backgrounds for lots of the previously-mysterious Legends from early Magic mythos. The story itself is actually quite decent here, following Tetst [...]

    2. Myles on said:

      This is how the world ends. Not with a bang, but with a whimper.I was a longtime fan and avid reader of the Magic: The Gathering novels and comic books, so I of course bought this as soon as it came out - McGough had already peaked my interest with his novel for Torment, so I thought he'd write a worthy successor to Clayton Emery's Legends Cycle. He didn't. In fact, what McGough did (though standards had already begun slipping with some of the short stories) was nullify the "revinist" storyline [...]

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