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It can be seen many miles from the continent it's situated upon. The opening cutscene, which shows its summit, is a vast edifice of checkerplate flooring and bastion walls.

In Final Fantasy VII , Shinra HQ, which rises from ground level and serves as the Midgar Plate's central pillar, certainly has more than enough floors to count and the player can choose to climb up the stairs.

President Shinra's office sits on top. The tower of the Temple of St. Bevelle, seen very briefly near the end of Final Fantasy X and the "Tower of the Dead" seen even briefly inside of Sin.

Final Fantasy XI has Delkfutt's Tower, an immense structure made of white bone-like material "cermet" where one of the major bosses of the Rise of the Zilart storyline resides.

Based on the real Pharos Lighthouse, except much, much bigger, and filled with vicious monsters. There's also Sky Fortress Bahamut , which has the appearance of a floating tower but you only get to travel in a small part of it.

It eventually crashes just outside of Rabanastre and becomes a tower by default. Despite that minor detail, it's creepiness factor is not in any way diminished.

The Temple of Chaos is a downplayed example — it isn't evil, but it is definitely ominous. You also get to go all the way to the top to fight a storyline boss.

The PS2 sequel, Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigino Dungeon , also features this. The Legend of Zelda: The latter is in Old Hyrule, not far from Hyrule Castle, but since the whole area is inside an underwater dome, it's not visible from anywhere else.

Majora's Mask has two: The Clock Tower serves as the gateway between Link's home dimension and the world explored in the game, the ominous clock ticking off the time until the moon crashes, a representation of which appears on the screen throughout the game, the point where you reappear each time you rewind to the first day, the arena for both the first and the penultimate battle against the Skull Kid wearing Majora's Mask, and the point from which you travel to the moon for the final dungeon and final battle.

Notable because part of the dungeon is going back outside and hitting a switch to invert the entire place. The Black Tower in Oracle of Ages.

The Tower of Spirits from Spirit Tracks. The only times you can't see it from your train are when there's physical objects mountains, trees and the like blocking your view.

Overlord has one of these — the game being what it is, it's your character's home base. However by Overlord II it has been destroyed when the Tower Heart powering it was tampered with, exploding and corrupting the lands of the first game with a magical plague.

You still have sort of an Evil Tower as a base, though it's now located in the Netherworld and hangs upside-down like a giant evil stalactite.

Area X-2 from Mega Man Zero 3 , which extends all the way into space. The Tower of Salvation in Tales of Symphonia subverts this in two different ways; its artful ivory countenance is rather un-ominous and serves as a symbol of hope for both worlds, even after you discover that the creators are evil , and the tower itself isn't a lair — it just contains a teleporter to one.

The Tower of Tarqaron in Tales of Vesperia on the other hand plays it completely straight. A huge, flying , black city topped with a giant tower housing a Magitek weapon powered by the Life Energy of every human in the world.

The Castle Keep in nearly every Castlevania game, where Dracula is fought there are several towers in the games, including the infamous Clock Tower where Death is usually fought, but the Castle Keep is always the tallest one.

Lords of Shadow the final battle takes place on the Lord of the Dead's Tower Its a giant pillar that is larger even then the others, and is flanked by two massive lion statues.

Geese Tower in Fatal Fury , the tallest building in Southtown, and the location of Geese's demise in every continuity. The lair of the Naughty Sorceress in Kingdom of Loathing is a fair example of this.

Professor Layton and the Curious Village has a big dark ominous tower, which townspeople say eats people. In Golden Sun , there are four elemental lighthouses whose beacons can be lit with gems called the Elemental Stars.

Lighting these beacons is the objective of the villains of both the first and second games, and every time you enter one of the lighthouses you'll have to fight a boss battle at the top.

They're not really supervillain lairs , per se, but supervillains do tend to congregate there. Bowser's Castle from the Super Mario Bros. The Tower of Valni is taken over by monsters early on in Fire Emblem: More and more floors are unlocked for you to clear as the plot progresses.

Who can forget the scene where the party first sees Magus's Lair in all its gloomy glory? It's only the most chilling part of either Chrono series where the party first enters the Dead Sea and sees the creepy-as-hell Tower of Geddon looming on the frozen waves.

Earlier in the game, Fort Dragonia, site of very dramatic events that change the protagonist's life forever. Also, Terra Tower , built by the descendants of the Reptites in an alternate future.

SMT has a thing with towers It looks like a "vast boil" on the ruined landscape. Loboto's tower lab in Psychonauts , as well as the thorny tower in the Brain Tumbler Experiment.

Airborne , of all places in the form of the Flak Tower, a giant concrete tower the size of a large town.

Although the Flak Tower is a real WWII German war structure, the allies never actually attacked one during the war and the Soviets could only siege them until the people inside ran out of food.

Breath of Fire I has many wonderful towers to climb, from beginning to end. Dungeons in Daggerfall have random outsides but most of them involve a mound with inlaid stairs going down, supposedly.

However, it also includes full and ruined castle-like backdrops, some in what appear to be former cities or towns, or cut into giant trees.

Rarely are their names correctly descriptive. All of the main quest dungeon exteriors are unique Orsinium is the most unique one , save for the first and the last dungeons of the main quest.

In fact, a plainclothes entrance to the Mantellan Crux is accessible on a very small island off of the main map, northwest from your ship.

In the Warcraft games: The Lich King's Frozen Throne is located on top of a tall spire of ice. Karazhan, the tower of Medivh, is a more straight example, being an ominous tower with evil things inside, including ominous pipe organ music.

The Frozen Throne isn't just on top of a tall spire of ice, it IS the tall spire of ice. Another example would be Icecrown Citadel, a massive tower built around the Frozen Throne.

It's a giant evil tower built around a giant evil tower. And it still houses all of them!. And then there's also the tower of Auchindoun, though it may not count because it only became evil after it blew up.

Also, it is more of an evil ring of remaining tall support beams for a dome or amphitheater of evil. Taken Up to Eleven in Catacylsm which boasts both the Twilight Citadel and the Sulfuron Spire, made of twisted metal and on fire respectively.

Syrup Castle in the Wario Land series. An absolutely huge skull shaped castle on a mountain, it's probably big enough to hold a small town, and in both games it appears in has the entire last world inside it.

So much in fact the first level inside the area in the second game is actually called 'Get to the Castle' and has an ominous opening cut scene showing Wario looking up at the building.

Which leads to one question: Since it's a tower The sequel gets rid of the "evil" and "ominousness" parts and just makes it a normal tower, similar to the above entry.

You can tell the bad guys are serious in Dreamfall: The Longest Journey when they take over Marcuria and build a massive doom tower in the middle of it.

Ghost Widow's base is a tall tower in the first area it's also a Clown Car Base. Several zones in the game have a skyscraper draped in Arachnos banners that acts as a base for them.

It's big, red, spidery, and is designed to steal the powers of every Hero on Earth. In Praetoria, the honor goes to Emperor Cole's Watchtower in Nova Praetoria, which is supposedly visible throughout the city.

It's a game based around Le Parkour , and in a city full of skyscrapers, it absolutely dwarfs everything else, and it's just generally made clear in every possible way that you are going up that thing at some point.

In Dwarf Fortress you can build or mold out of obsidian one of these or whatever the heck else you want , complete with black stone and spewing rivers of magma.

Also, the Dark Fortresses the goblins build are bastions formed entirely from obsidian. King Drool's tower in the Bonk games. The Citadel tower in Halo 3.

Wily's castle in the Mega Man series. In Mega Man 10 , it reaches all the way up to space. The Dark Savant's Tower in Wizardry 8.

Flower has a large one at the end of the dream 6 which is basically nothing more than a metallic spire with grirders. It is turned into a giant blooming tree at the end.

Torment , the Fortress of Regrets is a quintessential example. It's also one of the biggest: Nuero Tower, where most of the game takes place.

It doubles as an Elaborate Underground Base in that while it is a tower, you're actually going down. And it's constantly changing shape too. The respective final boss battles take place at the top of them.

The final island in the first Crash Bandicoot is a giant tower built on a rock. Mount Grimly in Crash: Mind Over Mutant counts as both this and Death Mountain.

Loren Darith, the Master's tower from Evil Twin: Cyprien's Chronicles , a tower so high that the top and bottom are always shrouded in mist. The Sarafan Keep in Blood Omen 2 could also count.

Rise of the Kasai actually featured three, but the final level of Hassa is the most striking example. So much so that the tower itself functions as The Dreaded for the main characters.

Surprisingly, there is a sleeping spot at the base of it. Metro had the relatively intact Ostankino Tower serve as the game's finale. It not only overlooked the Dark Ones' hive, but also seemed to serve as a nest for the game's flying Goddamn Bats.

The Ithavoll Group headquarters in Bayonetta. Technically it's simply part of the city of Denerim, but effectively turns into an evil tower once the Darkspawn invade the city at the end of the game, which also turns the sky red and gives the tower an even eviler look.

It also serves as the final dungeon after one of the Archdemon's wings is damaged and must land atop the tower. The Circle Of Magi's tower also looks like one complete with a large full moon in the background , and like Fort Drakon, basically turns into an evil tower after a demon invasion from within.

It gets better after you beat the mission, but still looks just as ominous as ever. Reconstructed with Fallout 3 s Dunwich Building, a foreboding tower in an already Used Future , especially in contrast to the uncommonly bright and shiny Tenpenny Tower nearby.

The entire site is an homage to H. Millenion's Tower in the original Gungrave. The Final Stage takes place inside of it.

After an elevator sequence full of reveals, things get really weird from there. Lionheart Castle in MapleStory was at first inaccessible- It was just a looming, black castle in the background, outside of the El Nath deadmines.

Wonder Tower in Batman: The Tower of Babel in Doom , final location of the second episode. Actual tower properties are not apparent when you get there, though, as all you do once you get there is fight the Cyberdemon at the base of it, with the player character not climbing it until the end-episode text once said demon is killed.

Lost In Shadow starts with a boy's shadow being cut from his body and being tossed of a giant tower. That tower isn't this trope, the Dark Tower is.

Devil May Cry 3 has Temen-ni-Gru, a tower in which most of the game takes place. The Watcher's Tower in El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron , which makes up the bulk of the game.

As it was created by fallen angels, the interior is so mind mindbogglingly large, it's not so much divided into individual floors, as into individual worlds.

Shining Soul features a massive evil tower called, creatively, "Dark Tower". Filled with harpies and robots; the remnants of of civilization long since past.

It's a freaky piece of modern art, and contained in a warped space inside is the final battle zone. It has no name canonically, but due to one of Rokakku's lines when he's talking it up some fans have taken to calling it "Irrelevant".

The Citadel in Beyond Divinity. Actually, it's not the final dungeon but very first one. The Syndicate Tower in Saints Row: Saints Row IV has a huge alien tower that serves as a docking point for the Zin mothership.

At first it seemed like the devil had the upper hand and when Jack had nothing left to bet he offered up his soul, but only if the devil would give him his Bag of Holding the devil agreed and Jack won, having had four of a kind the entire time and simply waiting til the devil was cocky enough to bet the sack.

Groo the Wanderer once had a sword fight with Death. The Flash has escaped Death by beating him in a race on numerous occasions.

One man has the audacity to play Lawn Darts with Death. That man is Flaming Carrot. Wolverine has at times engaged in battle with Lazaer , the Angel of Death, for the right to return to his body.

In the Marvel MAX Destroyer miniseries, the eponymous character is allowed to come back after winning a fistfight against several reapers. In the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fanfic Near Death Experience , the protagonist Pinwheel and two other ponies meet Death, who will let them go if they can best him in challenges of strength, skill and wits.

Death wins the first two challenges easily and claims the other two ponies, but lets Pinwheel go when she wins the Test of Wits. He throws them in with his favorite gaming character, Jim Hunter, in an effort to get them to fight, which is something Jeft has been itching for over the course of the book.

And Jeft indeed has several tantrums over this, especially when Jim decides to give up his BFS and return with the four to C'hou.

The tantrums are meant to be quite lethal, but the first the Battle on the Plains of Death sees the four and Jim winning, and the second when Jeft brings Blackfire to life and it tries to kill the four while Paul tries to separate it from Jim is averted when the four decide to just leave rather than rescue Jim.

If she can make Death laugh, she gets one free mulligan. The Reaper is a Sore Loser here, insisting on a rematch each time he loses. Eventually the Reaper gives up and joins them.

The multiple wins become a plot point in the novelization and comic adaptation, where the boys get killed several times during the final showdown with their Evil Twins and make Death bring them back each time by citing all the games.

Likewise, in the novelization, the villain tries to invoke this after he is killed, coincidentally suggesting the same games Bill and Ted played with Death.

The Grim Reaper refuses since he just found out he is really bad at those games. The climax of the film Crossroads is a guitar battle between Eugene and Jack Butler the Devil's chosen one for Willie Brown's soul.

Pirates of the Caribbean: In the spirit of the game itself, the trope is subverted—all Will really wants is the key's location, so he can steal it later.

Interestingly enough, he technically loses, but just as Jones is starting to gloat—"Welcome to the crew, boy Fritz Lang 's Der Mude Tod , also known as Destiny , revolves around a woman trying to meet Death's challenge to save one of three people's lives in order to get her husband back.

When she fails at that, Death asks for another soul in return. When she refuses to give him a baby trapped in a fire, Death takes her instead.

Bergman cited this film as an inspiration for The Seventh Seal. In the short film De Düva U. Despite the name the film was made in the U.

Death is challenged to a game of "badmintonska" , and loses. The film was nominated for an Oscar short subject , but didn't win. Perhaps the director should have challenged the Academy to a game of badminton!

In Coraline , the cat suggested this to the titular character since the Other Mother loves to play games. So Coraline challenged the Other Mother to a game where she has to find her parents and the three lost children's souls.

If she wins, the Other Mother has to let her go. If she loses, she must stay with the Other Mother forever. As it turns out, the Other Mother has no intention of letting Coraline go even if she wins the game, so Coraline has to trick her into letting her escape.

In Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny , the song "Beelzeboss" shows the aftermath of the devil managing to break the seal put on him by a wizard and coming to Earth, intending to end it.

Tenacious D challenges him to a rock off: In the end, Tenacious D is outclassed in skill - at least according to the devil - but win due to luck and knowing the story of how he was beaten last time.

In the Discworld series, Death is often challenged to these. Again, with the twist that he can't lose unless he wants to. In Maskerade , Granny Weatherwax challenges Death to a poker game for the soul of a dying child, with the stakes being that if she wins he'll instead take the sick cow in his place but if he wins, it's double or nothing; Granny has to put her own life on the line as well.

Granny initially tries to cheat , but Death insists they exchange hands. Granny has four queens — and Death admits defeat, having "only four ones " Death, in addition to being a pretty nice guy , knows not to cross Granny Weatherwax.

In Reaper Man , Death refers to playing a game called " Exclusive Possession ", which he won, even though his opponent had got three streets and all the utilities.

I was the boot. An extremely stupid one to play against someone who spends every second practicing his swing.

A Halloween-themed episode of Benson involved Benson challenging Death to a game of Trivial Pursuit, wagering his life against that of a school bus full of children in an accident whom Death actually came to collect.

While it at first seams like Death is cheating the answers to the first questions Benson asks are Death Valley and the Dead Sea, respectively , Benson wins because Death just hasn't been keeping up with popular film.

The answer to the third question, which he misses, is Death Wish. Benson struggles with his third question too "What was the name of the pet pig on Green Acres?

Parodied in Bottom when Eddie — as part of a ploy to trick Richie into letting him back into the flat after being kicked out — plays on Richie's recent fortune-teller inspired paranoia about dying by dressing up as Death.

Richie challenges him to the standard game of chess, which hits a snag when 'Death' admits he doesn't know the rules.

Richie then suggests Cluedo , which hits a snag when 'Death' reveals that he knows perfectly well that Richie always cheats by looking at the mystery cards.

They settle on I-Spy, which hits yet another snag when 'Death' betrays an inability to spell. In Reaper , Sam plays quarters a game bouncing coins into a shot glass with the Devil.

He plays again and is going to win While it's all part of their plan, they really didn't need to be such assholes about it.

Scrubs once featured J. Roxton accepts that he died and actually requests that she just claim him, but she says that if he doesn't try, his friend's lives will be forfeit, too.

Death uses an hourglass to give the games a time limit, and Roxton fails at each one: Retrieve a diamond from a maze made of walls of fire ran out of time , Retrieve a raptor egg he tripped and dropped it , Guess which bowl holds oysters guessed wrong.

Each time he loses, Death captures another one of his friends. The final game is: Roxton shoots the hourglass , making it impossible for the game to end.

Death concedes victory to Roxton, and lets them all go. Death And Life a white man in suit and a large black woman respectively start having sex, and Nate's dad quotes the Bhagavad Gita.

In Supernatural Dean has one of these with Death: Dean ends up failing the test, but Death returns the soul anyway.

Firstly because his real reason for the task was to show Dean what forces he was messing with by constantly resurrecting, and also because Sam and Dean's current investigation suited his purposes.

He may have wanted a day off too. The Twilight Zone In the episode "One For the Angels" a salesman talks death into letting him stay alive until he can make the sales pitch of a lifetime, e.

Unfortunately, Death still has to take a soul , and chooses a little girl who lives in the same building. To save her life, the former salesman distracts Death with a series of enthralling sales pitches, keeping Death occupied until after the appointed time - and willingly sacrificing his life in the process, since now that he's made his sales pitch of a lifetime, his bargain with Death is now complete and Death gently walks with him into Heaven.

The episode "A Game Of Pool" features this when a man Jesse Cardiff who dedicated his life to pool would "give anything" for a chance to play Fats Brown, the pool player that everyone says was the best, and better than Jesse is.

Fats Brown then gets a call from his heavenly pool table to report to Jesse's pool hall, where Fats then appears and accepts Jesse's challenge - if the stakes are for Jesse's life.

Jesse accepts, and they play pool. Both are very good, but Fats gets on Jesse's nerves when he notes that all Jesse did was pool - he didn't get married or see the world or anything.

Jesse thinks that Fats is just trying to psych him out. Before making the final shot, Fats says that winning this game may have undesired consequences - but Jesse blows him off.

Fats adds that he was required to say that. Jesse makes the shot, and Fats acknowledges that Jesse is, in fact, the best pool player ever.

Jesse laughs hysterically for a while - but the scene then cuts to Jesse asleep at the heavenly pool table, getting an announcement to report to a pool hall in Sandusky, Ohio.

In the meantime, Fats Brown has gone fishing. In frustration, he says he'd trade his soul for the answer.

And sure enough, the devil played by Ron Glass appears. The devil wearing a red T-shirt with an ever-changing series of slogans, the most memorable being "Hell is a City Much Like Newark" says the only way Hemsley can save himself is to come up with a request the devil can't perform - i.

The devil describes in fantastic detail how he can instantaneously appear anywhere, any time; how he can zip into and out of parallel universes, imaginary dimensions, impossible situations.

At last the devil says, "What is your request? When the soul he picks challenges him to a card game to decide it, the devil slyly accepts, and promptly gets caught cheating.

To save face, he decided to fill their fridge with beer instead of killing them all, proving that even the devil could be a good sport.

In Doctor Who the First Doctor and his companions have to play games against the Celestial Toymaker, who appeared again a few times in the Expanded Universe.

Satan challenges Topato Potato to a fiddling contest for custody of Sheriff Pony's soul. Topato wins by pointing out that Satan failed to explicitly define "fiddle" and the terms of victory, then proceeding to play the fiddle of the Butter Dimension Cubed, a tuba-like instrument whose only measure for proficiency is that one play it loudly.

God wins, because Satan's hooves make it difficult to stand on a surfboard. Tenacious D 's song "Tribute" describes the band's encounter with "a shiny demon" who demands that they play "the best song in the world" or he will eat their souls.

They do so and blow the stunned devil out of the water, but afterwords inform the audience that they can't actually remember how that song went, so "this is just a tribute".

The event that "Tribute" chronicles is seemingly the climactic battle against Satan in Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny , meaning that said greatest song in the world would be the D's half of the song "Beelzeboss".

However, it seems the D was embellishing a bit considering how their survival was mostly luck and had nothing to do with their song, which Satan said was lame.

Then again, they both get stoned after the battle, and it is implied that they write "Tribute" then, so that probably is how their inebriated minds remembered the battle.

Don't forget the stoner parody entry into this, "The Devil Went to Jamaica". Johnny Cash joined Charlie Daniels for "The Devil Came Back To Georgia", one of the few "sequel" songs in existence, as well as possibly the only one that features a Training Montage in the music, not the lyrics.

Johnny—from the song, not Mr. Cash—hadn't had time to practice much since his wife gave birth to their child Sting gets in on the act.

Played with in the story of Sisyphus. The game was not a formal institution, but nevertheless he played it. Among his more popular exploits, he once evaded his fate by tying Thanatos to a tree and running off.

Arachne entered a weaving contest with Athena; in the end, Athena turned her into a spider. There seem to be a few variations on the tale. Arachne won the contest.

However, Greek Gods are just sore losers. Arachne won and Athena drove her to suicide in revenge, eventually immortalizing her as a spider in apology for overreacting.

Both tapestries were exactly as beautiful as the other, but Arachne wove in mocking depictions of the Gods which is just Tempting Fate given her opponent.

Arachne LOST fair and square, and hung herself. Out of pity, Athena changed her into a spider so that she and her descendants could have all of eternity to practice their weaving.

Also from Greek Mythology , Marsyas entered a musical contest with Apollo. He lost, so Apollo flayed him. Why did Apollo flay him?

Some would say it was because Apollo was that vain. Others would note that Marsyas, a satyr aka horrendously ugly , stipulated that if he won, Apollo would have to do him some favors.

This is not to mention Marsyas's choice of performance, which ended up being a very bawdy flute piece against Apollo's divine cithara-plucking.

Excessive punishment, yes, but not entirely undeserved. At least one version has Apollo losing the first round, then demanding a rematch under his terms: Since Marsyas was using a wind instrument, he had no chance.

Heracles once challenged Death to a wrestling match over the soul of his friend's beloved wife, to repay for said friend's hospitality. He found it, but it was guarded by an even better sorcerer, who challenged him to several games of draughts checkers.

Setna had no chance against a guy who'd been perfecting his game for several hundred years, and each time Setna lost, he would sink lower into the ground, and was due to be completely swallowed up on his fourth game.

However, his brother managed to get the amulet of Ptah and save him before he was killed, allowing Setna to grab the Book of Thoth and run.

Though Egyptian, this story is only known from the 1st century C. Dig 3 cards into your deck for 2 mana 2. I was expecting way better than this for the Archmage Arugal Minion.

Something along the lines of a drawing a spell, then adding a copy of said spell to my hand, but alas, that is not to be.

The effect is nice, but worthless without Book of Specter to support it. Seriously, this card needs a serious buff in order to keep it on the board.

It just needs a little more health to keep it on the board. I give it 3 out of 5. Man this would be good in Elemental Odd Mage! What minions are you gonna copy?

This minion will get removed next turn, so what are you gonna get out of it? What are you going to get out of it?

For control mages, this is a great card. And Chromaggus never saw play. Especially since they are slow minions and not fast spells.

Arugal looks like a bad Pyros. Funny how blizzard likes to rotate archetypes. A zoo player is now crafting age cards, hunter is offering control and soon combo decks.

Oh well, this seems very powerful in a zoo deck, someone just has to put it together. Aggro usually finds a way. Wow, they sure are pushing Frost Lich and elemental mage it seems.

A midrange mage could be decent given how much value the mage DK has. You can still afford some removal spells in your deck and can go hard on the elementals.

At least for a year Pyros and servant of kalimos and blazecaller will be around. Baron Geddon will probably see soo much crafting in the first month or so!

No matter what Blizzard is ensuring if you want to play Mage you will likely need at least 1 legendary even if that legendary is Arugal.

You have to hold on to this card till you can combine it with a draw card. Might turn out not that good. For me, fun is 1 priority.

Is this card good? Also how does Mage stay alive without ice block? Maybe they run book of spectres with this?

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I can agree with the ppl saying this set feels a little bit underwhelming. But I think this is because Team5 is finally starting to figure out the direction they want to take this game to.

And it seems they learned from mistakes from the past by not printing that many clearly overpowered cards and toning down the overall power level.

If this in the long run makes the game more skillful and thus more fun for me and for the likes of me, then so be it. We'll have to wait and see.

First of all, we have not seen the entire set yet. While people tend to expect that the best cards are shown at the start, it's never fully been the case.

I remember that previous expansions had some of the best cards in the final reveal, like Small-Time Buccaneer , Fandral Staghelm or Radiant Elemental.

Second, even if most of the set looks weak, powerful cards are more than enough to shape the meta. Pretty much every previous expansion was ultimately defined by something between cards, and many of them became less important over time.

Third, all expansions have looked kind of underwhelming during the reveal season. That's where people rating cards make mistakes. Many cards have been looking bad in theory and turned out to be strong in practice the opposite happens as well.

There have been so many cases where cards looked bad or just "ok" on paper, and then ended up dominating the meta or even getting nerfed, like The Caverns Below.

I would not be surprised if the same happens in TWW. It's also important to consider that the rotation will change a lot of things for Standard.

And finally, even if TWW turns out to be on the weak side, and is about as "bad" as TGT, I would wait at least two more expansions to see if Team5 stays with that line or if this is just the exception.

Obviously Blizzard needs to keep the power level low at the beginning of a cycle, but giving two classes nothing but trash?

Just imagine the laughs from Ben Brode. Well that card is garbage! The film was nominated for an Oscar short subject , but didn't win.

Perhaps the director should have challenged the Academy to a game of badminton! In Coraline , the cat suggested this to the titular character since the Other Mother loves to play games.

So Coraline challenged the Other Mother to a game where she has to find her parents and the three lost children's souls.

If she wins, the Other Mother has to let her go. If she loses, she must stay with the Other Mother forever. As it turns out, the Other Mother has no intention of letting Coraline go even if she wins the game, so Coraline has to trick her into letting her escape.

In Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny , the song "Beelzeboss" shows the aftermath of the devil managing to break the seal put on him by a wizard and coming to Earth, intending to end it.

Tenacious D challenges him to a rock off: In the end, Tenacious D is outclassed in skill - at least according to the devil - but win due to luck and knowing the story of how he was beaten last time.

In the Discworld series, Death is often challenged to these. Again, with the twist that he can't lose unless he wants to.

In Maskerade , Granny Weatherwax challenges Death to a poker game for the soul of a dying child, with the stakes being that if she wins he'll instead take the sick cow in his place but if he wins, it's double or nothing; Granny has to put her own life on the line as well.

Granny initially tries to cheat , but Death insists they exchange hands. Granny has four queens — and Death admits defeat, having "only four ones " Death, in addition to being a pretty nice guy , knows not to cross Granny Weatherwax.

In Reaper Man , Death refers to playing a game called " Exclusive Possession ", which he won, even though his opponent had got three streets and all the utilities.

I was the boot. An extremely stupid one to play against someone who spends every second practicing his swing. A Halloween-themed episode of Benson involved Benson challenging Death to a game of Trivial Pursuit, wagering his life against that of a school bus full of children in an accident whom Death actually came to collect.

While it at first seams like Death is cheating the answers to the first questions Benson asks are Death Valley and the Dead Sea, respectively , Benson wins because Death just hasn't been keeping up with popular film.

The answer to the third question, which he misses, is Death Wish. Benson struggles with his third question too "What was the name of the pet pig on Green Acres?

Parodied in Bottom when Eddie — as part of a ploy to trick Richie into letting him back into the flat after being kicked out — plays on Richie's recent fortune-teller inspired paranoia about dying by dressing up as Death.

Richie challenges him to the standard game of chess, which hits a snag when 'Death' admits he doesn't know the rules. Richie then suggests Cluedo , which hits a snag when 'Death' reveals that he knows perfectly well that Richie always cheats by looking at the mystery cards.

They settle on I-Spy, which hits yet another snag when 'Death' betrays an inability to spell. In Reaper , Sam plays quarters a game bouncing coins into a shot glass with the Devil.

He plays again and is going to win While it's all part of their plan, they really didn't need to be such assholes about it. Scrubs once featured J.

Roxton accepts that he died and actually requests that she just claim him, but she says that if he doesn't try, his friend's lives will be forfeit, too.

Death uses an hourglass to give the games a time limit, and Roxton fails at each one: Retrieve a diamond from a maze made of walls of fire ran out of time , Retrieve a raptor egg he tripped and dropped it , Guess which bowl holds oysters guessed wrong.

Each time he loses, Death captures another one of his friends. The final game is: Roxton shoots the hourglass , making it impossible for the game to end.

Death concedes victory to Roxton, and lets them all go. Death And Life a white man in suit and a large black woman respectively start having sex, and Nate's dad quotes the Bhagavad Gita.

In Supernatural Dean has one of these with Death: Dean ends up failing the test, but Death returns the soul anyway. Firstly because his real reason for the task was to show Dean what forces he was messing with by constantly resurrecting, and also because Sam and Dean's current investigation suited his purposes.

He may have wanted a day off too. The Twilight Zone In the episode "One For the Angels" a salesman talks death into letting him stay alive until he can make the sales pitch of a lifetime, e.

Unfortunately, Death still has to take a soul , and chooses a little girl who lives in the same building. To save her life, the former salesman distracts Death with a series of enthralling sales pitches, keeping Death occupied until after the appointed time - and willingly sacrificing his life in the process, since now that he's made his sales pitch of a lifetime, his bargain with Death is now complete and Death gently walks with him into Heaven.

The episode "A Game Of Pool" features this when a man Jesse Cardiff who dedicated his life to pool would "give anything" for a chance to play Fats Brown, the pool player that everyone says was the best, and better than Jesse is.

Fats Brown then gets a call from his heavenly pool table to report to Jesse's pool hall, where Fats then appears and accepts Jesse's challenge - if the stakes are for Jesse's life.

Jesse accepts, and they play pool. Both are very good, but Fats gets on Jesse's nerves when he notes that all Jesse did was pool - he didn't get married or see the world or anything.

Jesse thinks that Fats is just trying to psych him out. Before making the final shot, Fats says that winning this game may have undesired consequences - but Jesse blows him off.

Fats adds that he was required to say that. Jesse makes the shot, and Fats acknowledges that Jesse is, in fact, the best pool player ever.

Jesse laughs hysterically for a while - but the scene then cuts to Jesse asleep at the heavenly pool table, getting an announcement to report to a pool hall in Sandusky, Ohio.

In the meantime, Fats Brown has gone fishing. In frustration, he says he'd trade his soul for the answer. And sure enough, the devil played by Ron Glass appears.

The devil wearing a red T-shirt with an ever-changing series of slogans, the most memorable being "Hell is a City Much Like Newark" says the only way Hemsley can save himself is to come up with a request the devil can't perform - i.

The devil describes in fantastic detail how he can instantaneously appear anywhere, any time; how he can zip into and out of parallel universes, imaginary dimensions, impossible situations.

At last the devil says, "What is your request? When the soul he picks challenges him to a card game to decide it, the devil slyly accepts, and promptly gets caught cheating.

To save face, he decided to fill their fridge with beer instead of killing them all, proving that even the devil could be a good sport.

In Doctor Who the First Doctor and his companions have to play games against the Celestial Toymaker, who appeared again a few times in the Expanded Universe.

Satan challenges Topato Potato to a fiddling contest for custody of Sheriff Pony's soul. Topato wins by pointing out that Satan failed to explicitly define "fiddle" and the terms of victory, then proceeding to play the fiddle of the Butter Dimension Cubed, a tuba-like instrument whose only measure for proficiency is that one play it loudly.

God wins, because Satan's hooves make it difficult to stand on a surfboard. Tenacious D 's song "Tribute" describes the band's encounter with "a shiny demon" who demands that they play "the best song in the world" or he will eat their souls.

They do so and blow the stunned devil out of the water, but afterwords inform the audience that they can't actually remember how that song went, so "this is just a tribute".

The event that "Tribute" chronicles is seemingly the climactic battle against Satan in Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny , meaning that said greatest song in the world would be the D's half of the song "Beelzeboss".

However, it seems the D was embellishing a bit considering how their survival was mostly luck and had nothing to do with their song, which Satan said was lame.

Then again, they both get stoned after the battle, and it is implied that they write "Tribute" then, so that probably is how their inebriated minds remembered the battle.

Don't forget the stoner parody entry into this, "The Devil Went to Jamaica". Johnny Cash joined Charlie Daniels for "The Devil Came Back To Georgia", one of the few "sequel" songs in existence, as well as possibly the only one that features a Training Montage in the music, not the lyrics.

Johnny—from the song, not Mr. Cash—hadn't had time to practice much since his wife gave birth to their child Sting gets in on the act.

Played with in the story of Sisyphus. The game was not a formal institution, but nevertheless he played it. Among his more popular exploits, he once evaded his fate by tying Thanatos to a tree and running off.

Arachne entered a weaving contest with Athena; in the end, Athena turned her into a spider. There seem to be a few variations on the tale.

Arachne won the contest. However, Greek Gods are just sore losers. Arachne won and Athena drove her to suicide in revenge, eventually immortalizing her as a spider in apology for overreacting.

Both tapestries were exactly as beautiful as the other, but Arachne wove in mocking depictions of the Gods which is just Tempting Fate given her opponent.

Arachne LOST fair and square, and hung herself. Out of pity, Athena changed her into a spider so that she and her descendants could have all of eternity to practice their weaving.

Also from Greek Mythology , Marsyas entered a musical contest with Apollo. He lost, so Apollo flayed him. Why did Apollo flay him?

Some would say it was because Apollo was that vain. Others would note that Marsyas, a satyr aka horrendously ugly , stipulated that if he won, Apollo would have to do him some favors.

This is not to mention Marsyas's choice of performance, which ended up being a very bawdy flute piece against Apollo's divine cithara-plucking.

Excessive punishment, yes, but not entirely undeserved. At least one version has Apollo losing the first round, then demanding a rematch under his terms: Since Marsyas was using a wind instrument, he had no chance.

Heracles once challenged Death to a wrestling match over the soul of his friend's beloved wife, to repay for said friend's hospitality.

He found it, but it was guarded by an even better sorcerer, who challenged him to several games of draughts checkers.

Setna had no chance against a guy who'd been perfecting his game for several hundred years, and each time Setna lost, he would sink lower into the ground, and was due to be completely swallowed up on his fourth game.

However, his brother managed to get the amulet of Ptah and save him before he was killed, allowing Setna to grab the Book of Thoth and run.

Though Egyptian, this story is only known from the 1st century C. There is an old Bavarian folk tale about how Bavarian Death Boandlkramer meaning something like Bone huckster is supposed to collect an old man who died from being shot while poaching.

He makes Death drunk and plays cards with him, cheating in the course of the game and winning ten more years on earth.

However, Death has to keep book, so he takes the poacher's granddaughter 10 years early for the statistics to work out. When she arrives in Bavarian heaven really!

There is an Austrian legend about a drunkard playing bowling with Death, and in a church to boot! He tried to cheat by throwing a pin out of the window, having bet Death to match his number of strikes.

Guess who was quickly turned into the replacement pin Dogbert once escaped death by walking away from the game Scrabble in this case on his turn and leaving the issue unresolved.

Death should've specified a time limit beforehand. The dying soldier in the folk tale in "Cheating Death" challenges Death to a game.

When Death offers him a choice of chess, dominoes and dice, the soldier rejects all of those, takes out his own deck of cards and challenges Death to faro.

This is partly he knows that Death must be too good to lose any game that isn't pure luck, and partly because the soldier knows how to cheat at faro.

It turns out that are actually multiple Deaths, each of whom was once a mortal who, upon winning a game against a previous Death, was doomed to take over from them until they find someone who can beat them which is difficult because they become surpassingly skilled at all games and unable to play badly on purpose.

Oh, and it's not just a folk tale - that soldier became one of them. One route players can take through the inner region in Talisman forces the player to "Dice with Death" by rolling dice against the Grim Reaper.

If the player rolls higher, the player's character can progress further towards the Crown of Command. If the Grim Reaper rolls higher, the character loses a life and must dice with death again on subsequent turns until the player either wins or the character is killed.

You can issue a challenge to her, either by sorcery or by being a game master of sufficient repute and casting a personally written letter of challenge to her into the sea.

You can wager anything you have against her, but if you wager yourself and lose, you're turned into a soulless mannequin. If you win, you can demand something that Sigereth has, including restoring someone who lost to her.

Challenging Death itself is not possible though, due to the No-Resurrection meta-rule. The Seventh Seal 's "challenge Death for more time" trope is cleverly spoofed in Woody Allen 's short play "Death Knocks", where the protagonist plays gin rummy with The Grim Reaper for the right to stay alive one more day and a tenth of a cent a point "to make it interesting".

The odds are horribly stacked against Tom, because he has to correctly guess three randomly-drawn cards from an entire deck — but he wins thanks the The Power of Love.

Except Nick vengefully inflicts Tom with insanity as he leaves. Dante's Inferno begins with the eponymous character getting murdered and the Reaper coming to take his soul.

The game's first battle tutorial is the fight between Dante and the Reaper, which ends with Dante crushing the Reaper and taking his scythe. In The Sims 2 , if a Sim dies one of their loved ones can bargain for the dead Sims soul in some cases.

If Death accepts, he plays a game of "Which hand is their soul in? In the event of a tie, the dead Sim was brought partially back to life , as a Zombie.

The PS2 version has a fiddling contest. Never mind that that's Ol' Scratch. Charlie Daniels has railed against this version , because of the possibility—make that probability —that the player loses and thus the Devil wins.

The eponymous character in the old Genesis game Chakan: The Forever Man gained immortality by beating Death in a duel.

The point of the game is to get him to lose it. Death even shows up as a Bonus Boss. In Touhou , defeating a Shinigami who comes for a human's life in a duel will extend their lifespan.

However, it's usually Celestials and Hermits, ascended humans, who are able to consistently defeat the Shinigamis. Tenshi's lucky in that the only shinigami to ever defeat her was only the ferrywoman of the Sanzu river - and was only after her because she was killing spirits.

In The Witcher , the ghost of a gambler challenges Geralt to a popular dice game for the soul of a boy Geralt has become guardian of.

When challenged to mortal combat by a more powerful spirit of death for a soul, Geralt remarks, "Thank God, I was afraid you wanted to play chess.

Which is what he does anyway if he loses at dice. Not only that, but in the second game she gives quiz questions during the ACTUAL final battle; answering them makes her go easier on you because she's More likely obsessive compulsive, given her reliance on speaking in rhymes in the first game.

In Pirate Captain Blood manages to obtain immortality when he challenges Death to a game of poker.

However it's not because he beat Death. He's immortal because after Death showed a winning hand he left the table for a bathroom break. Since he has never played his hand, Death still hasn't technically won so Death can't claim his soul.

Death is ticked about this and has rewritten the rules to ensure this doesn't happen again. The first to the potion of Asclepius that restores life wins.

Opting out of playing is an automatic game over. Return to Zork 's final showdown puts the player against the Big Bad Morpheus in a game of Survivor for both their own lives and the Kingdom of Zork.

The game is chess-like and only has two pieces. The Mage Canuk and The Wizard Trembyle, who actually are those two characters that have been turned to stone.

As well as all the other major magic wielders in the game who's statues blankly observe the contest. If Morpheus wins, the player shares the fate of the others.

If the player wins, the spell over the others is broken and they use their considerable power to send him back to Pro Philosopher , Socrates and his daughter Ari are sent to the philosophers' afterlife realm after getting into a car accident.

Ari convinces the Arbiter there to let Socrates return back to the living world she's actually still 'alive', but Socrates is not if he can give an acceptable answer to a centuries-old "wager" of what the true source of morality is — a wager that incidentally has been answered correctly only once in all of human history.

Oh, and if he fails, both of them will become trapped forever in the afterlife. In Witches' Legacy 7: Awakening Darkness Jack plays checkers with Death.

When Jack wins Death creates a bridge over a chasm so he can continue chasing Cassandra, who possessed his sister.

In Witches' Legacy When he protests her victory, she suggests and wins a rematch, resulting in the release of a number of imprisoned witch souls.

Challenges have included poker, Quidditch , pod-racing , and Myth-busting , which ended up being the origin of Hitler's brain in a jar. It is also stated that chess is no longer an option, since in the s no Russians had died for about a decade.

Apparently an earlier strip where chess was used was forgotten - though with the huge amounts of time-travel in the comic, this may refer to another earth.

The Deaths do seem to be a bit trigger-happy with this, accepting the idea that Quidditch was just a coin toss. He's going to be there a while.

Aaron Williams neatly reverses the whole thing in this Backwards Compatible strip about the death of Dave Arneson In this page of The Non-Adventures of Wonderella , Wonderella challenges Satan to a drinking match for her soul after using Satanic powers one too many times.

She wins and not only does she get to keep her soul, but takes Satan's place. A mild subversion occurred in the webcomic Those Destined: The being claiming to be Death was lying, and had no power to resurrect the protagonist.

However, since he had bet his own soul, his nemesis was more than happy to help. In Problem Sleuth dead characters are almost always sentenced to a battle with Death in any board game other than chess.

Death will play a board game with you even if you aren't dead. Such as the Game of Life. Although some find it easier to simply walk out of the afterlife's door instead of playing.

Three Panel Soul inverted the trope - the mortal narrator won the Devil's eternal soul in a game of mancala. He eventually traded it to an angel for "the ideal method of grilling grilled corn on the cob.

The ships take the form of the flying whales present in the environment. She does not know that the attacks are reflected as bombs thrown against real flying whales - including the whale where her friends are travelling in an attempt to rescue her.

In The Order of the Stick , it all depends on choosing the right contest. In Mortifer , Vlad tells the story of how, after receiving a grievous head injury from hitting a demon with his car, he challenged said demon to a game, in order to keep the demon from killing him.

Zebidiah believed because I had a head injury, I couldn't think. And that of course was very true. But cheating always works well So when I had the chance, I pulled out a gun and shot Zebidiah down.

She wins the game and is allowed to possess her corpse for a limited period of time to have her revenge on the people who murdered her.

In " For the Glory ", a story in The Wanderer's Library , a former heavyweight champion challenges Death to a boxing match. SCP once challenged Death to a card game for his life, and won.

Now he wishes he didn't. Merle happens to have a deck of cards on him, but it's a cheat deck. Kravitz doesn't spot the cheat, so Noelle is free to go.

In The Order of the Stick , winning a contest with Death all depends on choosing the right contest.

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