It's plant based, start the fire spells and combos fire onto the blades
@DrSin, The one warlock with Blight- “Observe”
@DrSin, not really, it's actually a Great Old One - basically Cthulhu. Well, kind of like its finger or something. It's weird and would require a longer explanation that probably nobody wants
@Slovak Guy , you'd be surprised to know that as an avid fan of anything eldritch and otherworldly that's beyond mortal comprehension, I'd be more than happy to hear what this thing is.
@Marida Cruz, Within the Magic:The Gathering multiverse, there exists a space between the worlds, or "planes" as they're called, known as the Blind Eternities. It's a space of pure aether and dimension-hoppers ("planeswalkers") need to cross through it to get to other planes. The merest touch of it without being a planeswalker can be fatal. Now, these things called the Eldrazi, are creatures NATIVE to the Blind Eternities (they're like the outsiders to the outsiders' outsiders). This one, Emrakul, is considered the biggest and baddest. And even when an Eldrazi Titan like Emrakul appears on a plane, it's only a projection, like a portion of it. The way it's explained officially is like sticking your hand in a pond. The fish inside only see the hand, they know nothing of the rest of you. So this monstrously giant jellyfish thing is like that for the true unspeakable, unknowable horror that is Emrakul, the Aeons Torn (aka Emrakul, the Promised End).
@Marida Cruz, This is Emrakul, one of the three Eldrazi titans. As is revealed later, all three of those are actually just different parts of a single entity that resides in the Blind Eternities - a space between MtG worlds (called planes).
Three planeswalkers (sentinient beings who can travel between the worlds) - a vampire, a dragon and a kor (a humanoid native to the Zendikar plane) decided to take care of them, but they couldn't kill them. Therefore, they imprisoned them in Zendikar. Thousands of years later the Eldrazi broke free. The kor tried to call the other two planeswalkers to help her but they didn't respond.
The kor, disappointed and angry that the other two planeswalkers didn't help save her plane lured Emrakul (the one in this picture) to the vampire's plane. There, the influence of the titan quickly spread in form of madness.
It first infected Avacyn, an angel made by the vampire to protect the human population of his plane.[1/2]
@Slovak Guy , [2/2] without Avacyn's protection, Emrakul easily entered the plane and her madness started infecting other inhabitants of that world. Humans, beasts and werewolves alike started turning into tentacled monstrosities, their flesh turning into a lattice-like texture.
A bunch of self-proclaimed heroes decided that they would defeat Emrakul. Seeing no other option, they thought it would be for the best if they trapped her in this world's silver moon.
They didn't have enough mana to fuel the spell that would pull that off though, so Emrakul possessed one of them and cast a spell that boosted their energy and trapped the eldrazi titan in the moon.
The only thing hinting at her motive were the words she spoke in one of the heroes' mind - "It is not my time. Not yet."
If you find it interesting you can look up Eldrazi on the MtG wiki https://mtg.gamepedia.com/Eldrazi. There's probably even links to some stories about these
@Slovak Guy , thanks for the awesome write up! I love the Eldrazi and I still learned something from you. I'm confused though... Emrakul possessed one of the Gatewatch to cast a spell to trap itself in the moon? There's definitely some shenanigans going on there lol.
@Runed Ram, you can read all about it in the Promised End chapter of Eldrotch Moon set story
The exact way it went was that during the Gatewatch vs Emrakul battle, Jace encountered Emrakul in his mind. She appeared as Emeria - an angel who was worshipped on Zendikar. He had a conversation with her, played a game of chess, and lost after she animated all of his pieces and made them kill eachother. He somehow snapped out of it and devised a plan together with Tamyio to seal Emrakul in the moon. Tamyio was to cast the binding spell, Jace was to attach it to Emrakul and Nissa was to provide mana to ensure it all goes smoothly. But even with Nissa's help they didn't have enough mana. That's when Tamyio cast a different spell which did the trick and supplied them with enough mana to finish sealing the titan in the moon.
Immediately after that, Jace and Tamyio talked and the moonfolk revealed that Emrakul had possessed her - Emrakul was the one who cast the mana-giving spell
@DrSin, Just aim at the soil around it and Cherry tap the roots.
@Slovak Guy , I thought Tamiyo was trying to cast Planar Cleansing to take out Emrakul as a last ditch effort but Emrakul changed it to a binding spell for the moon instead.
@Nosferatu Zodd, a warlock not using Eldritch blast? Madness!
@Slovak Guy , You just reminded me why I never get in this fantasy stuff - I love the awesome storylines and ideas, but my brain just refuses to process the names as names, so I always lose track of what’s going on.
If any man dies with a clean sword, I'll rape his fvcking corpse!
@TheCoolestBean, dies with a clean sword already pantless (let the party begin)
@TheCoolestBean, most guys on your squad “oh sweetheart if you promised me a good raping I would have cleaned my sword days ago and fainted”
"Prepare the man-trebuchet!"
*flings a dude high into the air, who lands, feet first, on the giant goomba, saving everybody*
Leave Garfield alone.
@Sarcastic Wombat, we are trying to save Jon
Ill be right behind you....
Is the dude on the right holding a guitar?