Kuma is such a bad name for a wolf. Still, I've enjoyed this. Based on the action I'm going to assume next week will be the last part of the story, so I'm looking forward to what should be a show stopping climax.
Which is a shame if it's true. I was enjoying this story, and I really hope this isn't the last we see of it. I hope we'll at least see more of Ruzi after Gatecrash or Sinker, when we have more of the plot of RtR block to go off of.
Take the Magic: The Gathering 'What Color Are You?' Quiz.
My my, who would've thought Green/White was capable of such chaos?The Gruul are the only sympathetic people, just as it should be.
Ruzi's sister ain't sympathetic? Cecilee was the one who saved the infant in the first place, and she showed a remarkable amount of tolerance and compassion as a missionary.
@Knight of Serra: I wouldn't say the Azorius are about law for its own sake as about law for the sake of predictability. Hence why a number of them are vulnerable to bribery; they'll take the devil that just revealed its plans over the devil they can't see (e.g. the Orzhov having a plan B if the bribe doesn't go through), if there's no reason to believe there's any third choice. Even beyond bribery and its ilk, the concern for predictability means they're determined to take it (ridiculously) slow and steady; maybe a rapid investigation appals them with the possibility of sloppiness, and resultant chaos, even in quantities of drams? (Next time? Bring murder concerns to the Boros. Preferably the Wojek division.)
I'm a little confused by the Azorius's actions described here. I mean they are so focused on legal things that they supposedly make you fill out paperwork to sit by their fountain, but you murder people including their people and they look the other way? Confusing...