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ISBN:
0786913800
Author:
Loren L. Coleman
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Literary
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English
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Wizards of the Coast (August 1, 1999)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Blood has been spilled. by Loren L. Coleman (Author). Book 4 of 4 in the Magic The Gathering: Artifacts Cycle Series

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Battle lines have been drawn. Time is getting short as Tolaria races to find the one who will wield the power of the Legacy. Deep in the inner circle. Book 4 of 4 in the Magic The Gathering: Artifacts Cycle Series.

Artifact's Cycle: Book 4 of 4 Time frame: ~3385 - ~4169 . This story covers (roughly) the time frame and storyline of the Urza's Saga expansion. Book Description: Blood has been spilled.

Start by marking Bloodlines: The Story of Urza's Destiny (Magic: The Gathering: Artifacts Cycle, as Want to Read

Urza completes the magical artifacts that are his Legacy  . Start by marking Bloodlines: The Story of Urza's Destiny (Magic: The Gathering: Artifacts Cycle, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

From the bloodlines of the Benalish plains, a hero is born. This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases

From the bloodlines of the Benalish plains, a hero is born. This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases.

Loren L. Coleman "Bloodlines" (Magic: the Gathering. Book I. Preface THE LEGACY. Loren L. Barrin paused in the classroom's open doorway, his charitable mood fading. Barely an hour returned to the Tolarian Academy, the master mage had decided to walk a quick tour of the main building before retiring, a habit he formed over his many years as the academy's chief administrator.

Title: Bloodlines (Magic: The Gathering: Artifacts Cycle, Bk. IV) Author(s): Loren L Coleman ISBN: 0-7869-1380-0 .

Wizards of the Coast novels by Loren L. Coleman . Artifacts Cycle II. 1. Hero or Villain. Latest Feature Articles. 2. Night or Day. Ask again soon. 3. Intelligent or Happy. Throne of Eldraine Prerelease Primer by, Gavin Verhey. You look up from your planeswalk to see a strange, yet inviting, world all around you. Coleman is a science-fiction writer, born and grew up in Longview, Washington. He is known for having written many books for series such as Star Trek, or, Age of Conan, Crimson Skies, Magic: The Gathering and others

Loren L. He is known for having written many books for series such as Star Trek, or, Age of Conan, Crimson Skies, Magic: The Gathering and others. He has also written game fiction and source material for such companies as FASA Corporation, TSR, Inc. and Wizards of the Coast. He resides in Washington with his wife Heather and three children.

Artifacts Cycle II by Lynn Abbey, J. Robert King, Loren L. Magic the Gathering: The Spell Thief, No. 1 by Christian Duce, Christopher Moeller, Martin Coccolo, Matt Forbeck (eBook). Path of the Planeswalker by Doug Beyer, Brady Dommermuth, Jenna Helland. Path of the Planeswalker II by Doug Beyer, Brady Dommermuth, Jenna Helland. 2 by Christian Duce, Christopher Moeller, Martin Coccolo, Matt Forbeck (eBook). 3 by Christopher Moeller, Martin Coccolo, Matt Forbeck (eBook).

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Blood has been spilled. Battle lines have been drawn.Time is getting short as Tolaria races to find the one who will wield the power of the Legacy. Deep in the inner circle, the dark lord Yawgmoth sends out an edict: Kill Urza Planeswalker.From the bloodlines of the Benalish plains, a hero is born.
  • Tantil
Don't expect this book to finish off Urza's tale, and you won't be disappointed. This is just the story of the development of Urza's final(?) gambit against Phyrexia, as well as the creation of Rath. Multiple story threads remain distinct throughout the book, creating something of a disjointed feel, especially because the book takes place over close to a thousand years. Coleman's writing leaves a lot to be desired. Broken sentence structure and some other aspect of Loren's writing that I can't quite put my finger on make this book rather difficult to follow in many places. All in all, the book is somewhat entertaining while filling in some important gaps of the overall story. You can't really avoid it if you're reading the series, but don't expect too much.

BLOODLINES focuses mainly on the development of Urza's almost Phyrexian-like genetic engineering project to produce the heirs to the Legacy. Many potential 'bloodlines' are produced and spread throughout Dominaria. Also, the artificial plane of Rath is developed here. Meant as a staging ground for Phyrexia's invasion of Dominaria, Rath will play important roles in future novels. Characters that are introduced here and are involved in the rest of the story include Rofellos, Gerrard, and Croag.

To me, the best story thread of this book is the one focusing on Gatha and his rebellious actions to promote his own bloodlines research. His involvement with- and enhancement of- the Keldon warlords and their subsequent battles with Phyrexia are excellent.

Not my favorite book of the Artifacts Cycle, but does tell an important story.
  • Wal
The book starts out kinda slow and feels like two people having a series of conversations but, it picks up about halfway throughand is ultimately a must read for mtg fans.
  • Bradeya
Love all the Magic: The Gathering books ♥️
  • tamada
I don't normally get into MTG novels, but I rather liked this one. Loren does a good job with character development, and I liked the plot--it was a good solid effort and it was overall a very easy and entertaining read.
However, it felt like the book was very incomplete. This really struck me, because (having read Loren's other work, particularly his BattleTech novels) this is so very out of character for him. I was left wondering "wha happen? How does it end?"--which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.
  • sergant
I liked the story for what it was, but the continuity seemed to be a little off from the previous books and the Bloodlines idea seems little stupid. Even if you are a planeswalker with lots of time on your hands, why would you create a weapon based on generations of humans? I just don't get it. But, in the end, we do get many of the characters that populate the MTG universe and turnout good stories. So at the very least it is good back ground info.
  • Forcestalker
I have read all of the Magic: The Gathering novels, from the start with the tale of The Brothers' War, to the journeys of Gerrard and the Weatherlight in Mercadian Masques. This book is one of my three favorites (the others being Nemesis and Rath and Storm). But this one sticks out in my mind. The plot for the destruction of Urza, his search for an heir to his Legacy, and all of his friends including Barrin, Gatha, Rayne, Multani, and others. This book has an interesting plot that makes you want to forget all other plans for the day and read instead. I strongly recommend this book!
  • Grokinos
While I've been following the series avidly, I was a little disappointed in Bloodlines. The storytelling wasn't up to par on this particular installment - The Brothers' War and Time Streams were both excellent reads, but that should probably be expected when a different author writes each new installment of the series. While Bloodlines did a fairly good job of tying everything together and finishing the detailed history of Urza's struggle against Phyrexia, the events in the book didn't have as much coherence as in the past - they stayed separate, never came together to form an overarching story.
For those who felt the story was left incomplete - it was! The history of the Urza-Phyrexia war has been told, but the battle continues in the novels "Rath and Storm" and "Mercadian Masques." The Artifacts Cycle is a story in itself, but it is also the background for the current events described in these books.
This is the least interesting of the four artifact cycle books. It has no ending to the story or saga. No great battle is fought by urza against the phyrexians. Instead it focus on other really small characters developed in this book. The story and narrative leave something to desire. I would go as far to say this book may be ignored without compromise to the rest of the books that follow.