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Rey-Goor, the Black Bayou is a location on Mirrodin. The Scars of Mirrodin Style Guide describes it as follows:

“  The forests extending from the Tangle to the Mephidross gradually become more oil-soaked and gloomy until the ground sloughs away into a stinking bog. The twisted and dying trees send metal root-spikes above the black water and act like islands of solid ground in the sucking vastness of the bayou.[1]  ”

The creatures of Rey-Goor weren't exempt from Phyrexianization, as shown by Putrefax. [2] [3]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Doug Beyer. (October 13, 2010.) “The Key is Time”,, Wizards of the Coast.
  2. Monty Ashley. (October 14, 2010.) “Sketches: Putrefax”,, Wizards of the Coast.
  3. Monty Ashley. (February 17, 2011.) “Unnaturally Predated”,, Wizards of the Coast.