Wallpaper of the Week: Knight Exemplar

Posted in Feature on September 10, 2010

By Monty Ashley

This week's wallpaper features Jason Chan's Knight Exemplar artwork from Magic 2011. Enjoy.

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Answers to Yesterday's Puzzles

WHITE is the color of sharing. One word in your list makes a new common noun if you replace its second letter with the second letter of the one above it. Name that noun.

Left Side: PRAYERS ("PLAYERS" from line 15, combined with the "R" in "TRANSFORMATIVE" from line 14)

Right Side: PRISON ("POISON" from line 15, combined with the "R" in "WREAK" from line 14)


BLUE is the color of knowledge. You have two words whose letters score 1 point each in Scrabble. Take the word between them and scramble it into a word ending in E. Name that word.

Left Side: LEVERAGE ("GAVELEER" from line 8)

Right Side: CONSTRUE ("COUNTERS" from line 20)


RED is the color of destruction. The first letters of all eight prime-numbered words can be rearranged to make what explosives enthusiasts love. Name the rearranged word.

Left Side: MISSILES (from lines 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19)

Right Side: FIREBALL (from lines 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19)


GREEN is the color of life. If you read several consecutive even-numbered letters in one column, you'll find a plural noun for some Magic creatures. Name those creatures.

Left Side: ELVES (the fourth letter in lines 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10)

Right Side: KRAKENS (the third letter in lines 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18)


BLACK is the color of darkness. Reading diagonally upward starting with one word's first letter is a substance that is often black. Name that substance.

Left Side: COFFEE (starting with the first letter of line 21)

Right Side: TAR (starting with the first letter of line 10)

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