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Isn't "Izolda" the one used in the novel, not "Lyzolda", as it says? Also, I'm pretty sure Cory was joking about the 'zolda' thing. VestDan 10:50, 14 May 2006 (CDT)

You don't think that 'Izolda' was originally named 'I' and 'Lyzolda' 'Ly'? Randel 10:56, 14 May 2006 (CDT)

The card is Lyzolda, the character in the book Izolda. Thats what the article says right? This is what Cory replied when I mentioned that Wizards changing names so late and creating plot-holes in the process anoyed me

  • It doesn't bother me that much in this case, since it actually helped flesh out the Rakdos power structure after the fact. I'd say that Lyzolda is definitely the current acting-guildmaster, but is keeping a fairly low profile for now. She's digesting.

Its not official, but since he is an author I'd say we keep what he said (about the -Zolda thing as well) until an official source disproves it. The Squirle master