Since I have recently acquired some Magic: The Gathering cards, I kinda feel like giving them away since I have never played Magic and I don’t really have any interest in it. They are kinda old, too, but I guess they are collectibles or something? I dunno.
This is definitely my favorite card from Dark Ascension so far as I’d love to snag a couple of these for my casual Spirit deck. What I don’t understand is the rarity of this card. Why is it mythic? Sure, it’s very powerful, but what gives it that special something that separates it from rares? My friend has a great view on what mythics should be; planeswalkers and legendary creatures only. Both of these card types represent completely unique individuals, so it would make sense that they would be super rare. But this card? Nothing unique or individual about it. I think that Drogskul Reaver should either be a plain rare (even if that meant decreasing its power a bit) or be a legendary mythic rare. It would definitely make more sense.
So, I just read a post that said: “A good girlfriend plays magic with her boyfriend even though she doesn’t understand it”.
I feel as though that is a false statement. A good girlfriend plays magic with her boyfriend and understands it…a better girlfriend wins.
I have to say i totally agree with this.
Truth. My girlfriend wins more often than not whenever we play and she’s only been playing for half a year. She shows no mercy. And I like it.
IS THIS LEGIT?
HOLY SHIT IT IS LEGIT
TESTED AND CONFIRMED. EPIC.
I have one thing to say to that.
NEVER SAY SORRY.
Be proud of your Magic!
SPAM IT ALL.
Reblog if you are proud!
When We Fuck Some Shit Up
In The Car
When She/he Does Some Shit That I Don’t Like
When I Do Some Shit she/he Doesn’t Like
When We Just Swaggin
Mom Asks What We Doing
When We Go Somewhere Together
Backing Each Other Up
Shit, That’s My Nigga
What’s Gonna Break Us Apart ?
Taking all thoughts! I want to do up a 155 (not including basic lands) card set made entirely by the community. Anyone interested should a) reblog, b) send me a message, and c) come up with ideas. No more than 20 cards from a single person will be included. 10 mythics (no more than 2 per person…
I’m definitely interested. This sounds awesome.
Okay for those that have to have me actually say it - Humans are the GW tribe.
Really? This is disappointing. Each other tribe is a classic horror monster: vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghosts. The fifth tribe should also be a monster. What about spiders? Or trolls? Those are pretty classic and scary. Humans are in every horror story as the hero, victim, or bad guy, so spread them all around the color pie. You can have all three of those human tropes represented in each color. Why waste one of the tribal spots on humans? There were much better options for a Green and White tribe in a horror-themed set. C’mon R&D. You guys wasted a good opportunity here.
Umm… You are wrong! Straight up, imagine “destroy target human”. This is so awesome, there is nothing more appropriate for a horror set than having Humans as a major player, Vampires fighting Werewolves is cool, Vampires killing Humans is unsettling and disturbing and freaking awesome! Let’s hope for “sacrifice a Human”!
I’ll admit, I didn’t like the sound of it at first. It sounds weird to me, to be honest. Sure, announcing Humans as White/Green just doesn’t have the impact of “Frankenstein’s monter-like zombies are in the set!” and “Werewolves aren’t Black this time!” But there are ways they can do it to make it work, and I have faith that they found those ways. For instance, the last-vestiges-of-normal-life concept of Grixis’s past would work well with Innistrad’s humans.
Personally, I hope to open a bunch of Werewolves in my sealed packs. They just might enter my Top 5 tribes.
We’ve been told again and again that Innistrad is a horror set and that each color will be representing the horror trope. I understood that to mean that every color would have something scary in it, much like the same way Phyrexia was represented in each color in New Phyrexia. So, while good guys are typically Green and/or White aligned, I was under the impression that Innistrad would be representing this ally colored pair in a different, darker light. By having the Green and White tribe be humans, it appears as though R&D is portraying them as the heroes of Innistrad (like the elves were for Shadowmoor). I think it would have been much more interesting to have the Green and White tribe be a traditional horror monster and have the human heroes spread out through the color pie. Basically, it would just have been nice to see a new side to two of the colors of Magic.