nce worthy of guarding Wizards of the Coast itself, the Minotaur seems to be having a bad decade.
Here we see our Greek friend absorbing four:
Lightning Blast | Illustration by Richard Thomas
Victim to tainted brew:
Sleeping Potion | Illustration by Daren Bader
Falling from the sky (experiencing re-entry):
Aether Rift | Illustration by Heather Hudson
Badly beaten, awaiting a decision on his fate from the enemy:
Do or Die | Illustration by Christopher Moeller
Facing certain death at the hands of Phyrexians:
Last Stand | Illustration by Ron Spencer
Reverting to a morph bug:
Backslide | Illustration by Pete Venters
Visiting Dr. Frankenstein's lab:
Head Games | Illustration by Terese Nielsen
Dizzy Spell | Illustration by Christopher Moeller
Ray of Erasure | Illustration by Mike Raabe
Surprise Deployment | Illustration by Bradley Williams
Knocked cold by magic:
Venarian Glimmer | Illustration by John Avon
Striking a pose and holding it:
Eternity Snare | Illustration by Drew Tucker
Sickened by his reflection:
Torment | Illustration by Paolo Parente
Pacified en masse by Orim:
Orim's Chant | Illustration by Kev Walker
The lesson is clear: Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Minotaurs.
Core Set Survivor!
There are exactly sixteen cards that have been in every core set from Alpha to Tenth Edition. When Magic 2010 comes out, only eight cards will have been in every core set. Over the weeks before the Magic 2010 prerelease, we'll be counting them down in this special Arcana sub-feature, giving you an "IN" or "OUT" on one card a day. Step forward, Drudge Skeletons.
Reveal Drudge Skeletons's fate!
Rod of Ruin
Wrath of God