T. Karlov, Esq.
So, since technically I’m responsible for freeing Avacyn, or whatever her angelness is called, does that make me like a saint or something in your religion? I do like ‘Saint Liliana’ it sounds so kinky.

Lilya, my dear, I oughtn’t have to remind you: sainthood’s for the dead. But mightn’t a canon lawyer (like myself) be tempted to argue that as an experienced necromancer long past her natural end, you’re in certain technically-relevant senses already dead? Yes, I suppose she might. If you’ve any interest in getting a sweet, steady stream of mana flowing from the Orzhov laity, contact us with the financial particulars and we’ll have you on the fast track to beatification in no time.

  1. askteysa reblogged this from asklilianaoftheveil and added:
    The sainthood package of course includes a team of professionals to polish everything up, but at this point it’s more...
  2. asksorinmarkov said: If we are going to debate questionable sainthood, shouldn’t they at least have died once? She is very much alive and untouched by the frigid caress of death.