Missing Piec s

Posted in Feature on April 29, 2013

By Bonnie Bruenderman

Bonnie Bruenderman is a visual designer for DailyMTG. The authors write the articles; the editors edit; then she gets to add cards, images, funnies, charts, graphs... whatever the article needs above and beyond the text. She has a very nerdy sense of humor. (Someday, her illustrated mutant amalgamations shall take over the Multiverse! Patience, my pet. Patience.....)

We have a bit of a challenge for you... Can you figure out what's missing from these card images?


It's the heat of battle, you're about to attack for lethal and.... wait—something's wrong! What's missing from this battlefield?


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The Golgari save and reuse pretty much everything. While they seem to know how to get all their "resources" without any mishaps, we're not all so lucky. What's missing from this sewer?

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Deep below the surface of Ravnica, ruins still hold limitless treasure. They also might hold traps set by the Dimir. What's missing from this ruin?

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Far above the streets of Ravnica, the skies are home to creatures great and small, powerful and vicious, leathery and feathered. Some say the Azorius and Boros rule the skies, but the fearsome flier that prefers this rooftop roost might have something different to say. What is missing from this tower?

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The Simic are concerned. Their experiments have been going missing lately. Only... they don't want to ask around, because it's possible they're not being stolen, but walking away on their own. Like this one that they've lost the documentation on. What's missing from the test chamber?

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