In the Academy of Magic lingo, the Mighty Wall of Text, or MWOT, is any extraordinarily long post done by a single user. Its name comes from the fact than you need to scroll down the page to read the entirety of the text. The term was first created by Zane Fleia during an MSN Messenger chat with Eritta while talking about a recent post of Eritta's. They then proceeded to turn the term into a made-up Magic: The Gathering creature, though the term MWOT lives on moreover as an award for long posts than a card. It could also be considered a running joke in the Academy of Magic's OOC community.
- Damien Wilacoth
- Erik Morlock
- Eritta Uza Wilacoth
- Zane Fleia
- 'Los Deathstalker
- Asgre Thar Deathstalker
Mighty Wall of Text's Magic: The Gathering statistics
Mighty Wall of Text (9BBBWWWU)
Creature - Wall
X = The amount of syllables in all of the words on all permanents on the field.
Return a card you own with at least seven syllables to your hand: Play this card directly from your hand as an instant.
Sacrifice a card with at least three syllables: Mighty Wall of Text loses Defender.
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