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Download Epub Format ç Ravnica: City of Guilds (Magic: The Gathering: Ravnica Cycle, #1) PDF by ✓ Cory J. Herndon This was the best MTG novel I ve read so far To be fair, that s not a super high bar to clear, but it was a book that looked like a book, acted like a book, and functioned like a book should.
There were characters that felt like three dimensional characters who had flaws There was some simple but interesting setup of the political situation between the various guilds people actually had agendas that were at odds with one another and no one was unambiguously, morally correct The bad guys lost, but characters and the political situation were both altered instead of just we saved the world that happened, too, but it wasn t the entire outcome.
One confusing bit that has finally come up Ravniaca seems to just refer to the city here There seems to be space on this plane that is not city, which contradicts what I understood to be the defining feature of this plane Also, the people inhabiti This story is about a rather typical aging crime fighter with a somewhat typical hidden past and who doesn t want partners It starts off in a murder mystery kind of way but it should develops into an uncovered conspiracy What I like about this book is that it brings to life the planar wide urban setting that is Ravnica Fans of the lore or the setting of the Ravnica block would like this.
A great mystery who done it detective storyline, Magic the Gathering style The Ravnica Block series is shaping up to be the best of the Magic books that I ve read so far, though I could be biased as the Ravnica Block is my favorite Magic block to date I was a little worried at first, seeing as how this book follows Agrus Kos and mainly focuses on Boros characters I m a Dimir girl, all the way but plenty of other characters make appearances and there are some interesting twists and turns in the book In the end, the self pitying, should have retired long ago veteran stereotype Agrus Kos started out to be didn t really grow all that much, but it could have been much, much worse, and he was still an interesting character to follow Savra turned out to be power hungry then I imagined her to be, but it worked, especially for Szadek, who I wished wouldn t have spent I liked it but I feel like it could have been better It read like fanfiction to me, which is honestly not a bad thing Fanfiction is a very genuine form of writing in my opinion because people write about things they know and like all though it is amateur I think that the pacing was off some things happened too fast, other stories seemed sort of random or out of place It took half of the book to really pick up I enjoyed the action scenes which were easy to imagine, especially because I play the card game and I know what the characters look like based on the artwork on the cards Or I can at least imagine what I think they may look like Overall I think it was a good book and if you like Magic The Gathering it s worth the read Not gonna lie, the end did give me some feels.
This was the best MTG novel I ve read so far To be fair, that s not a super high bar to clear, but it was a book that looked like a book, acted like a book, and functioned like a book should.
There were characters that felt like three dimensional characters who had flaws There was some simple but interesting setup of the political situation between the various guilds people actually had agendas that were at odds with one another and no one was unambiguously, morally correct The bad guys lost, but characters and the political situation were both altered instead of just we saved the world that happened, too, but it wasn t the entire outcome.
One confusing bit that has finally come up Ravniaca seems to just refer to the city here There seems to be space on this plane that is not city, which contradicts what I understood to be the defining feature of this plane Also, the people inhabiti This story is about a rather typical aging crime fighter with a somewhat typical hidden past and who doesn t want partners It starts off in a murder mystery kind of way but it should develops into an uncovered conspiracy What I like about this book is that it brings to life the planar wide urban setting that is Ravnica Fans of the lore or the setting of the Ravnica block would like this.
A great mystery who done it detective storyline, Magic the Gathering style The Ravnica Block series is shaping up to be the best of the Magic books that I ve read so far, though I could be biased as the Ravnica Block is my favorite Magic block to date I was a little worried at first, seeing as how this book follows Agrus Kos and mainly focuses on Boros characters I m a Dimir girl, all the way but plenty of other characters make appearances and there are some interesting twists and turns in the book In the end, the self pitying, should have retired long ago veteran stereotype Agrus Kos started out to be didn t really grow all that much, but it could have been much, much worse, and he was still an interesting character to follow Savra turned out to be power hungry then I imagined her to be, but it worked, especially for Szadek, who I wished wouldn t have spent I liked it but I feel like it could have been better It read like fanfiction to me, which is honestly not a bad thing Fanfiction is a very genuine form of writing in my opinion because people write about things they know and like all though it is amateur I think that the pacing was off some things happened too fast, other stories seemed sort of random or out of place It took half of the book to really pick up I enjoyed the action scenes which were easy to imagine, especially because I play the card game and I know what the characters look like based on the artwork on the cards Or I can at least imagine what I think they may look like Overall I think it was a good book and if you like Magic The Gathering it s worth the read Not gonna lie, the end did give me some feels.
Pretty solid work, and way better than anything MTG related post 2010.
Has some plot holes and sudden storyline resolutions that seem to leave some deeper motives evident yet unexplained Especially as action escalates near the end several contraptions seem to be employed by the author to introduce significant figures at once, to remove characters from the scene, and logical gaps seem to be ignored.
Some good diversity is represented in the world of Ravnica and it is impressive to weave together the amount of lore that is here without it always feeling crowded or forced.
Cool setting, mediocre story.
A Labyrinth Of IntrigueLieutenant Agrus Kos Enjoys His Work A Top Notch Officer Of The City Guard, He S Been On The Force Over Fifty Years He Works Alone And The League Of Wojek Never Had Problems With Him Or His Work Until NowThey Gave Him A Partner To Train, Who Promptly Got Himself Killed And The He Looks Into The Death, The Less He Likes ItSomething Dark Is Moving Within The Guilds Of Ravnica I read this to get familiar with the world of Ravnica and it s lore in order to better DM a DD campaign I m running.
The author does a great job of describing the world and gradually over 3 books making the reader familiar with the 10 guilds that occupy Ravnica.
However he doesn t excel at building story arcs nor describing in prose what is happening in a way that makes the reader feel like they understand everything that is going on.
I ended up reading the whole trilogy, which did help understand the world, but at times it was a bit of a struggle to get through some chapters.
i have been play the Magic card game for a lot of years and every now and then i give one of the books a read Just to see how the various authors bring the cards to life.
This one was nothing special for me.
It will not rival any of the greats in the genre but it will get you through a long trip.
Fast and excirNobody can say this book is boring In fact, I felt a bit like I new a break from the action from time to time Still, it was funny in the right is and serious when it needed to be I m reading the next in line for sure



Cool setting, mediocre story.
Pretty solid work, and way better than anything MTG related post 2010.
Has some plot holes and sudden storyline resolutions that seem to leave some deeper motives evident yet unexplained Especially as action escalates near the end several contraptions seem to be employed by the author to introduce significant figures at once, to remove characters from the scene, and logical gaps seem to be ignored.
Some good diversity is represented in the world of Ravnica and it is impressive to weave together the amount of lore that is here without it always feeling crowded or forced.
I read this to get familiar with the world of Ravnica and it s lore in order to better DM a DD campaign I m running.
The author does a great job of describing the world and gradually over 3 books making the reader familiar with the 10 guilds that occupy Ravnica.
However he doesn t excel at building story arcs nor describing in prose what is happening in a way that makes the reader feel like they understand everything that is going on.
I ended up reading the whole trilogy, which did help understand the world, but at times it was a bit of a struggle to get through some chapters.
i have been play the Magic card game for a lot of years and every now and then i give one of the books a read Just to see how the various authors bring the cards to life.
This one was nothing special for me.
It will not rival any of the greats in the genre but it will get you through a long trip.
Fast and excirNobody can say this book is boring In fact, I felt a bit like I new a break from the action from time to time Still, it was funny in the right is and serious when it needed to be I m reading the next in line for sure

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