If I Were You.....Elesh Norn, the Grand Cenobite of the Machine Orthodoxy, paced nervously.More Like This
'This is taking too long,' she thought, 'they should have been back by now.'
Elesh Norn looked up and saw one of her priests walking up to her followed by members of the Porcelain Legion. The priest held a small porcelain box.
"Report!," ordered Norn.
"The Porcelain Legion retrieved it, Praetor. The mirrans fought hard but we preveiled," said the priest.
"Excellent," smiled Elesh Norn.
Norn went to her throne and sat down.
"You may now present it to me," said Norn
"Right away," said the priest.
The priest went up to Norn, knelt down and said:
"Grand Cenobite Elesh Norn. From the Great Furnace of Praetor Urabrask, I present to you...." the priest paused as he removed the top half of the porcelain box,
"The Grand Cinna-bun! From Shattered Angels Bakery on the corner of 5th Ave. and Park St."
Elesh Norn smiled with delight.
Meanwhile, on the otherside of the Multiverse......
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The DuelIt was a beautiful, sunny autumn day. A cool breeze blew through the air, ruffling Jace Beleren's cloak. Jace was too deep in thought to notice. He was very troubled by a decision he would soon have to make. He helds three small parchments. He studied the markings on the parchments very intensely, hoping they would give him a clue to what he should do next.More Like This
"Hey! Mind Sculptor!"
Jace looked up from the parchments and took notice of Chandra Nalaar, who was across from him, holding two parchments of her own.
"Come on and make your move already," she demanded.
"Still your tongue, firebrand! Such an important decision requires a great deal of thought and consideration. If I make the wrong choice, it could be the end of me," Jace replied, somewhat annoyed.
Chandra rolled her eyes and sighed. Jace looked back to his parchments and started to consider his options again. Beads of sweat formed on Jace's forehead as he struggled to make his choice. Jace glanced up to Chandra, who was tapping her
Sisters?"Yes you are," said Elspeth.More Like This
"No we're not," said Nissa.
"You two have to be," replied Elspeth.
"She has green skin," Nissa said.
"So," said Elspeth.
"She's a zombie," retorted Nissa.
"And your dead on the inside," smiled Elspeth.
Nissa Revane glared angerly at Elspeth Tirel.
"She has organicly infused metals in her body," said Nissa.
"Well, you have the heart of a golem," Elspeth said just as Karn walked by.
"Hey," Karn began, "some of us do have feelings you know."
"Oh! Sorry Karn," said Elspeth.
"So what are you two talking about?," asked Karn.
"One second Karn," Nissa started, "I'm from Zendikar, she's from Mirrodin."
"You were BORN on Zendikar. You might be mirran. Your parents could have been mirran planeswalkers," smiled Elspeth.
"No they weren't," replied Nissa.
"But what if they were and you were born on Zendikar, but they left you and you were adopted by another elf family," said Elspeth, still smiling.
Nissa closed her eyes, shook her head, and sighed. Karn looked at Nissa,