Selecting Ninth Edition Week 12

Posted in Feature on August 30, 2004

By magicthegathering.com Staff

As we work our way through the nearly ten thousand Flavor Text submissions, we're getting down to just the last couple votes at this point, so let’s get right to it! Last week’s card vote was Weird Harvest against Animal Magnetism.


Weird Harvest wins it!

Weird Harvest65.1%
Animal Magnetism34.9%
Totals100%

Last week’s sketches vote was Threaten, by Daren Bader and Pete Venters.


The Pete Venters sketch wins the vote!

Sketch by Pete Venters75.0%
Sketch by Daren Bader 25.0%
Totals100%

Card Vote #12

For this week’s card vs. card vote it’s the battle of the damage doublers. Furnace of Rath, originally from Tempest, costs one less and also affects spells, but it also doubles damage from your opponent’s side of the table. Onslaught’s Gratuitous Violence is considerably safer to play but costs an extra mana and doesn’t affect your spells. Will Furnace of Rath get a second consecutive appearance in the core set, or is it time for Gratuitous Violence to make its core set debut? The choice is yours!

Vote on Furnace of Rath vs. Gratuitous Violence!

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Sketch Vote #8

This week's sketch vote is for Will-o'-the-Wisp, and features artists Rob Alexander and John Avon.


Will-o'-the-Wisp sketch by Rob Alexander


Will-o'-the-Wisp sketch by John Avon

Vote on Will-o'-the-Wisp sketches!

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Thanks for making your voice heard. We'll see you next Monday (and every Monday through September 6th) with even more important changes to your next Core Set. Don't miss it!

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