Scenario 1: you are hanging out with your best friend talking Magic fiction, as you're wont doing, but all of a sudden, the chatting turns to a disagreement, which matures into a disagreement, and morphs into a battle. Which of you is appropriate? In "Catching Up" by Kelly Digges whom asked who on a date: Liliana or Jace? You cannot agree and you both violent storm down, exasperated.
Scenario 2: you will be making a new friend (well done), just who likes to play Magic (big plus), and relishes both reading and debating fiction (which is two more into the advantage line). However when you launch to your (very well-prepared and articulated) introduction to the debate you've been dying to have in regards to the politics on Kaladesh, you find your friend (who obviously until this point did actually have soul-mate potential) does not know anything after all about secret fiction. You sigh—what a missed opportunity.
Scenario 3: You awaken on Zendikar. Surrounded by Eldrazi. Tentacles shutting in.
Three fairly serious circumstances, no? What if we told you that We have one thing that could reverse your fortune in all these scenarios, and help save you from each one of these catastrophic finishes? Well, imagine what—i am suggesting that We have that very thing. One thing that can preserve your relationship together with your closest friend, stop the reduced a fresh intellectual soul mate, and help save you from certain death. What-is-it, you may well ask? The Magic Fiction e-book collection!
Have no idea who requested who on a night out together? Open up Prologue to fight for Zendikar: accumulated tales on your own phone (or any other favorite eReader), flip to "Catching Up" by Kelly Digges, and read it yourself:
She grinned wickedly.
"Buy me personally dinner?"
That would be Liliana asking Jace, for win!
Need the new friend (quickly switching friend, quickly nearing soul mates) to get caught up on the Planeswalkers' tales in order to debate the politics and business economics of several planes as well? Share the hyperlink for, wait for stated friend to devour the content, and go to a well-earned and satisfying debate sequence.
Stuck on Zendikar? Surrounded by Eldrazi? Open up Prologue to Battle for Zen—Er, I mean . . . two regarding three actually bad, correct?
The overriding point is that people are extremely excited to announce this new, shiny (especially when your screen is clean) outlet for Magic fiction. These eBooks tend to be anything we've been focusing on for a while now, so we're thrilled that we finally reach share them with you. They will complement all the other ways that we are today capable help our storytelling attempts (like our awesome splash page for the BFZ tales. Investigate for yourself; a new event increases every Wednesday!).
Hopefully you're because excited even as we are about that new age of secret fiction. So we wish that these eBooks strengthen your satisfaction of our storytelling efforts. Before I bid you adieu, I'd like to just take this minute to state "thank you." Thank-you, all of you, for reading, for loving, for sharing, for debating, as well as for embracing our worlds, our characters, and Magic. If it had beenn't for your needs, we wouldn't have the ability to do what we do (also it wouldn't be nearly as fun).
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