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Outlaw, Champions of Kamigawa: Kamigawa Cycle, Book I

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2005


    in the book, a character named toshi appears to be a common theif who takes what others own, or stole themselves.he starts his journey after being attacked while negotiating with the nezumi (rat people).after reading further into the book, you find that toshi is not only a theif, but a skilled wizard who uses kanji lettering and some power from the kami(spirits that represent every living thing in kamigawa).later in the book(3 or 4 pages later) you find out that the living and thinking bodies on the planet(humans, kitsune, akki, nezumi, moon people, and the dreaded snake people orochi) are at war with the kami and therefore no longer worship them as they did all this is a great reading choice and if you liked this you probably enjoy other fantasy stories like: the lord of the rings, harry potter(i don't, but you might), and the books i am currently reading, the lost age of merlin series. good luck with your reading. BRF

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2004

    Kamigawa Stuns a Low-Expectation Fan

    With the theme already set to Chinese Samuri, with riffraff of honor and duty and all that already hinting, I had a feeling that Outlaw might be quite a dull read, with long speeches about those topics and such. However, I was surprised to find that the book was just as good as ones in the Onslaught Series, also giving good comparison to the Mirrodin block. I highly enjoyed the thought process of Toshi Umezawa (Or whatever his name is) and many others things, especially the treachery of a few certain someones. (No comment) Definately reccomended if you've ever read a Magic the Gathering Book.

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