Battleships are boats, man. Try and prove me wrong. You can’t. The Wiki page for “battleship” defines it as a warship, and Wiki defines a war ship as a class of naval ship which Wiki goes on to define as “a military ship (or sometimes boat, depending on classification) used by a navy.” Do not even try and dispute my boat-referencing game—it’s way too strong. While we’re talking about the boats that could be raised by a rising tide, why in the world would we not talk about boats that are equipped to throw down and go to war? We wouldn’t not, that’s why. So let’s not not. Let’s get into some talk about why Magic Origins has a card that makes even people who hate the set look at it and say, “Who is your daddy and what does he do?”
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