To me, magic is the fantasy fiction equivalent of science. I'm not sure I can state this more fervently. I love science. I love technology. I love ingenuity and engineering. I would love it physically if it were possible, and I have faith that once again, science herself will deliver that miracle.
Feel free to picture me in a cheerleader outfit with the pi symbol across my overstuffed chest.
"Trinketeering for a better future!"
However, Nevinyrral's Disk has shown me that perhaps there is a call for moderation in even the awesomest things. The Disk is essentially a conveniently sized universe eraser button cleverly formulated to expunge all of God's unfair oversights. As a proud member of those oversights, I feel Nevy's Disk may have crossed the line of propriety in advancing arcane knowledge.
For Magic: the Gathering. Copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art directed by Jeremy Jarvis.
Apologies to the universe that was imploded to get reference photos.
(Check out the first sketch I sent into Wizards for Nevy's Disk. While it conveyed the purpose and power of the Disk, it seems it was slightly off in terms of flavor...) [link]
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