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Outlaw: Champions of Kamigawa

Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa The first title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic world Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa kicks off a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Gather

  • Title: Outlaw: Champions of Kamigawa
  • Author: Scott McGough
  • ISBN: 9780786933570
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic world.Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa kicks off a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Gathering world that fans have never seen before This novel previews the newest trading card game set to be released in October, giving fans a sneak peek at the new elements of tThe first title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic world.Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa kicks off a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Gathering world that fans have never seen before This novel previews the newest trading card game set to be released in October, giving fans a sneak peek at the new elements of the game.

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    1. This is the very first MTG (Magic The Gathering) book series I read. Let me tell you why I decided to pick up this book from the shelves at Kinokuniya Kuala Lumpur one afternoon a few years back. First, I was (and probably will always be) an MTG trading card games fan. I played it since I was in high school and I really enjoyed playing it. MTG has always been overly innovative and active contemporaneously by always breeding more and more card series with different themes every time for us to pla [...]

    2. Smart, funny this is my favorite MTG tie-in novel to date. McGough brings to life an interesting tale with characters worth caring about. It's not Steinbeck but we don't come to franchise tie-in novellas expecting Steinbeck. What we get here is the best one could ask for it the genre, an entertaining read that flows well (despite the occasional misspelling / editorial gaff), leaves one wanting to read the next book, and inspires one to brew a commander deck around the book's central character. [...]

    3. Was glad to pick up the trilogy on after coming across Book 1 years ago (and losing it). For anyone who played/plays MTG and is interested in the story of the Kamigawa block, this is your introduction to the invasion of the spirits. Enjoy! And don't tell me you won't find Toshi's character endearing.

    4. "A large goblin sprung onto Sharp Ear's horse, locking its overlarge arms around the beast's neck Sharp Ear paused, mindful of shooting his own steed. After a split-second, Sharp Ear hurled himself forward, curling his small body into a tight ball and turning a half somersault as he went. When his toes struck the goblin's body, he straightened out and kicked with both feet, latching onto the horse's bridle with his hand.The impact was enough to jar the akki loose, and it fell screaming beneath t [...]

    5. Mein erster Magicroman stellt mich vor eine Herausforderung, der ich vermutlich nur mit mtg-wiki oder einem ausführlichen Glossar beigekommen wäre - auch nach einigen Jahren Magicerfahrung muss ich doch feststellen, dass ich verflucht viele Begriffe aus Kamigawa noch nie gehört habe, geschweige denn kenne. Vieles ergibt sich natürlich aus dem Zusammenhang, trotzdem wäre es hilfreich gewesen, ein paar Erläuterungen zu erhalten.Ansonsten bin ich sehr gespannt, wie sich Toshi und die Prinzess [...]

    6. something different then the usual magic caster. Toshi really excells at magic casting, beautifully illustrated how he thinks, how he combines and how to enhance the spells with contracts with kamis, and the hyozan mark, the sheer brutalness and Chaos magic of the Ogre Hidetsugu, he is a frikking badass casting from his oni of chaos a brutal slaughtering on the Soratami.I read all 3, 6 or 7 times and still its awesome!Scott I wish you write more like those books, because i had the feeling you re [...]

    7. This was a wonderful break from the chronology laid out in previous novels. The Mirrodin trilogy was good for a stepping stone, but it did include more ties to the penultimate story. Granted, there's more to this and its two sequels than just an adventure in asian mythology. All in all, a very well written and thought out plot.I especially like the use of Kanji as magic and even adapted it to a character I played in D&D for a while. Fun times.

    8. This is a great fantasy storyline which places the magic universe in a medieval Japanese-style setting. Outlaw is paced well, is full of interesting characters, and has a fairly involving storyline which keeps the pages turning. It is marred only by some weakly written sections, and lots of stupid editing errors (spelling). Otherwise, I look forward to reading the other two books in this trilogy someday!

    9. I was pleasantly surprised that these books were so good. I remember reading one of the early books and not being impressed but I liked this one

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