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So You Think You Know Art?

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Everyone know that Innistrad was a very flavorful set in a classic horror movie setting. With a European theme and classic movie monsters like Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Ghosts and terrifiec, pitchfork-wielding villagers.

Public Domian, suckas!

However, Innistrad was not the first horror-themed set. Following up on the success of "Arabian Nights", Wizards came out with "The Dark", a horror-themed set replete with cards like All Hallow's Eve, Frankenstein's Monster, Oubliette and other cards that are not black.

Do you know this set? If so, how well? Find out by taking a quiz that will test your knowledge of the set.

Here is the quiz

 

Can you beat my score?

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5 thoughts on “So You Think You Know Art?

    1. Same score with me, though I got the Giant Shark one wrong. Guessed on most of the artist questions except for the ones about specific pieces of art.

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