History Characters / MagicTheGatheringFactions

13th Jan '17 1:50:22 AM Theriocephalus
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* BearyFriendly: They have a good relationship with the one-ton bears of the tundra...
** BearsAreBadNews: ...but they are this to the Temur's enemies.

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* BearyFriendly: They have a good relationship with the BearsAreBadNews: The one-ton bears of the tundra...
** BearsAreBadNews: ...
Temur tundra are definmeitely bad news to the Temurs' enemies...
* BearyFriendly: ...
but they are this to the Temur's enemies.Temur themselves.



* {{Expy}}[=/=]FantasyCounterpartCulture: Besides retaining the Tibetan/Shaolin connections, a lot of their dogma seems inpired on Buddhism.


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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Much like the Jeskai they displaced, their practices take heavy cues from Tibetan and Shaolin monasticism.
19th Dec '16 12:04:05 AM harharhar
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* ExactWords: [[http://magiccards.info/gp/en/132.html This card's flavor]].

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* ExactWords: [[http://magiccards.info/gp/en/132.html This card's flavor]].Mentioned in [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=96928 Stitch in Time]].
--> Quyzl was told by his mentor to "make more time" for his studies.



* MadScientist: ''The Izzet are an equation that turns lunacy into explosions.''
-->--'''[[http://magiccards.info/rtr/en/103.html Pyroconvergence]] flavor text'''

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* MadScientist: The Azorius has several words to justify this view.
-->'''[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=88982 Mindmoil]]''': ''"My criticism of the Izzet is that their impulse for learning seems too much like impulse and too little like learning." —Trigori, Azorius senator''
-->'''[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=253568 Pyroconvergence]]''':
''The Izzet are an equation that turns lunacy into explosions.''
-->--'''[[http://magiccards.info/rtr/en/103.html Pyroconvergence]] flavor text'''
explosions. —Leonos, Azorius arbiter''
10th Oct '16 1:43:19 PM SorPepita
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* TheEvilsOfFreeWill: Firm believers in this trope.

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* TheEvilsOfFreeWill: Firm believers in this trope. They think that Law should dictate how people act.



* PrinciplesZealot: They live for the law.

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* PrinciplesZealot: They live for the law.Law.
10th Oct '16 1:39:36 PM SorPepita
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* TheEvilsOfFreeWill

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* TheEvilsOfFreeWillTheEvilsOfFreeWill: Firm believers in this trope.



* PrinciplesZealot

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* PrinciplesZealotPrinciplesZealot: They live for the law.



* VastBureaucracy: They are apparently aware of this, as the Azorius's symbol is designed as a maze, representing how their bureaucratic processes intentionally draw things out and ultimately accomplishes nothing, preserving the status quo.

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* VastBureaucracy: They are apparently aware of this, as the Azorius's symbol is designed as a maze, representing how their bureaucratic processes intentionally draw things out and ultimately accomplishes accomplish nothing, preserving the status quo.
26th Sep '16 5:46:03 PM Ur-Sharth
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* The Theocracy: Officially, the dragons do not rule the clan. They simply offer guidance and since dragons are the most wise, powerful and oldest beings on Tarkir, humanoids are only right to turn to them to become enlightened and eventually be reborn as dragons themselves.

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* The Theocracy: TheTheocracy: Officially, the dragons do not rule the clan. They simply offer guidance and since dragons are the most wise, powerful and oldest beings on Tarkir, humanoids are only right to turn to them to become enlightened and eventually be reborn as dragons themselves.
26th Sep '16 5:45:32 PM Ur-Sharth
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* RenownedSelectiveMentor: Ojutai dragons occaisonally tutor mortals who have been proven especially talented. The most able become dragonspeakers, who act as translators to other humanoids.
* The Theocracy: Officially, the dragons do not rule the clan. They simply offer guidance and since dragons are the most wise, powerful and oldest beings on Tarkir, humanoids are only right to turn to them to become enlightened and eventually be reborn as dragons themselves.



* DarkIsEvil: They're one of the most evil clans (the other being the Atarka), and primarily Black-aligned.

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* DarkIsEvil: They're one of the most evil clans (the other being the Atarka), Kolaghan), and primarily Black-aligned.
12th Sep '16 1:03:03 PM NateWinchester
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Many aeons ago, Alara was a single, whole plane. Then, a cataclysmic event known as [[NoodleIncident The Sundering]] occurred, which ended with the plane fractured and stripped of all its mana. Over time, the plane fractured and separated into five sub-planes, known as the Shards. Each of the five Shards regained mana over time, but with a twist. Only three of the five colors of mana returned -- one dominant color and its two allied colors. Each Shard is defined not only by what mana they have, but the traits of the other two colors they ''don't'' have. Throughout the events of the ''Shards of Alara'' block, the planes drifted back together, bringing massive culture shock with conflicting ways of life and finally all-out war. [[spoiler:It turns out Nicol Bolas was behind The Sundering, as he sought out the plane as a new base of operations after the disastrous events of ''Time Spiral''. He planted spies in each of the five Shards, sowing dissension and mistrust wherever they went.]]

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Many aeons ago, Alara was a single, whole plane. Then, a cataclysmic event known as [[NoodleIncident The Sundering]] occurred, which ended with the plane fractured and stripped of all its mana. Over time, the plane fractured and separated into five sub-planes, known as the Shards. Each of the five Shards regained mana over time, but with a twist. Only three of the five colors of mana returned -- one dominant color and its two allied colors. Each Shard is defined not only by what mana they have, but the traits of the other two colors they ''don't'' have. Throughout the events of the ''Shards of Alara'' block, the planes drifted back together, bringing massive culture shock with conflicting ways of life and finally all-out war. [[spoiler:It turns out Nicol Bolas was behind The Sundering, Conflux, as he sought out the plane as a new base of operations after the disastrous events of ''Time Spiral''. He planted spies in each of the five Shards, sowing dissension and mistrust wherever they went.]]
26th Aug '16 8:12:14 AM Xlsfd
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* MadScientist

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* MadScientistMadScientist: ''The Izzet are an equation that turns lunacy into explosions.''
-->--'''[[http://magiccards.info/rtr/en/103.html Pyroconvergence]] flavor text'''
5th Aug '16 1:36:12 PM Doug86
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Based on Shaolin monks, Tibetan monks, and [[AvatarTheLastAirbender air nomads]].

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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Based on Shaolin monks, Tibetan monks, and [[AvatarTheLastAirbender [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender air nomads]].
1st Aug '16 12:12:40 PM Willbyr
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Perhaps the most iconic, notorious, beloved, and horrifying bad guys of the whole franchise, Phyrexia began in Magic's early days as a flesh hating cult, and since then has been [[IncrediblyLamePun fleshed out]] as one of the most disturbing and complex factions of the Multiverse.

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Perhaps the most iconic, notorious, beloved, and horrifying bad guys of the whole franchise, Phyrexia began in Magic's early days as a flesh hating cult, and since then has been [[IncrediblyLamePun [[JustForPun fleshed out]] as one of the most disturbing and complex factions of the Multiverse.
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