Alara Unbroken has ratings and 18 reviews. Andy said: Disclaimer: I’m going to assume if you’re reading this review, then you are also a Magic: the G. Alara Unbroken is the tie-in novel for Magic: The Gathering’s Shards of Alara block. Some of the events in the book overlap with the webcomics Flight Of The. 26 Jan Once upon a time, the plane of Alara was shattered into five planes, each distinctly populated with relative mono-magical culture that reflects.

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Amid this chaos, Ajani, a fierce leonin planeswalker, struggles to bring justice and resolution to his brother’s death. My banner and avatar was made by DarkNightCavalier.

Alara Unbroken

Book 2 should have been the planes coming together and the battles, wars, changes and exploration. You could even see in the cards in Alara block itself and future cards that some Bantians were starting to take on the traits of the other shards, such as Ethercaste Knight and Zealous Persecutionor altering long-held traditions to adapt to the reforged Alara, such as Bant Sureblade.

Legions Magic The Gathering: A Novel of Magic: I heart Ajani Goldmane. Imagine a world were magical creatures live and not only is magic real its part of your every day life. Now, as the planes begin to realign and merge once more, an ancient evil seizes the opportunity to gain power from the chaos.

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Too many plotlines that come together too late to be really effective as a great story, but it does add colours to the cards, which is pretty cool. Philip rated it liked it Feb 14, Open Preview See a Problem?

If you’re not parts of this review may not make sense to you. Long ago, the plane of Alara split into five shards, one for each color of mana.

Barry Hansen rated it liked it May 24, If you receive an error message, please contact your library for help. Reportedly Beyer did unboken excellent writing. More titles may be available to you. Alara Unbroken felt a bit disjointed at first, but that made sense given the book’s setting, which is a plane of existence that’s been fractured into five “shards”, with each alata being home to a different type of magical energy.

It’s just a book about Magic flavor.

Nate rated it liked it Mar 30, And Sarkhan Vol, planeswalker and dragon hunter, taps into a power so pure and ancient, it threatens to consume him even as he revels in its unadulterated totality. The characters are all fairly archetypal Ajani the reluctant hero, Rafiq the grizzled veteran who’s too old for this shit, Bolas the scheming Bond villainand the story is fairly straightforward, but Beyer keeps it moving along at enough of a quick, enjoyable pace that you don’t really notice how archetypal everything is until you’re thinking about it afterwards.

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Alara Unbroken is the Alara block novel written by Doug Beyer. Read if you want to know how Ajani got his gold manes. The unbrokdn it jumps from story to story is just enough to keep the pages turning, before I knew it I was at the end.

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Really enjoyed this book. Good overall, but you get what you pay for with books based on card games.

Quote from Red Havoc. The Gathering ‘s Shards of Alara block. So in that respect the book was a great success. By pitting all five shards against them selves Nichol Bolas can then consantrait all the magic that has been casted to create basically a giant magical bomb.

Feb 11, Teddy M. Magic Market Index for Nov 2nd, Relax, I doubt the printed book will look like this. Kaxa rated it it was amazing Nov 19, And Sarkhan Vol, planeswalker and dragon hunter, taps into a power so pure and ancient, it threatens to consume him even as he revels in its unadulterated totality. I thought the main character of the novel was supposed to be Sarkhan Vol.

If there is a third book, it will likely follow suit.