So of course, the elves of Lorwyn have turned against Nissa. That’s all well and good, but now we have to fight them off. Between mana flood, mana screw, and general bad luck, that’s gonna be a problem.
This is actually just the first half of this recording session. I unknowingly recorded for over an hour, so I decided to cut this one in half to make two videos. The next one is where the real rage begins, so you’d better enjoy the nice calm Chewie while you can.
Last time I thought maybe Nissa was doing some psychedelics. Now I’m SURE of it! Seriously kids, don’t do drugs. Otherwise you might have a bad trip like this crazy elf.
Now that she’s acquired her new pet rock friend (which is never seen again by the way), she settles into a nice long bad trip where she’s attacked by imaginary monsters. When the really big monster appears she FREAKS THE HELL OUT and wanders off to a strange place where she passes judgment on their society based on her own alien moral code! This chick has problems.
Now that we’re back to Duels and we’ve finished the Chandra campaign, it’s time to get right into Nissa’s story. I’m gonna level with you, it makes no sense. Like at all.
She’s running away from her tribe because “something” is “after her”. Then she voices some anti-vampire sentiments and realizes this “darkness” is actually calling to her. Then she fights against wild mana. Yup, just punches some magical energy right in its…face? Then she picks up a stray pet rock. And no, I’m not making ANY of that up.
To escape the Troggs we’re hopping into a mine cart with Brann Bronzebeard! But we left before I could pick a deck! I guess we’ll just use whatever Brann has on hand!
This is a really cool fight. It’s like a classless class challenge since we have a pre-built deck, except it’s all a bunch of crazy nonsense. I love it! And apparently my Australian badass explorer buddy Dundee is more afraid of of spiders than I am.
The second wing of the League of Explorers is open! It’s time to join Brann Bronzebeard in his search for the headpiece of the Staff of Origination! Yup, still sounds like a dick joke.
First we have to take on the Trogg Chieftain, Scarvash. He flips back and forth between hating minions and hating spells, but he sure never stops smelling terrible.