"Enjoy your screams, Sarpadia - they will soon be muffled beneath snow and ice."On Worldbuilding - On Crafting Aliens - Pillars of Art and Flavor - Simulationism, Narritivism, and Gamism - Shub-Niggurath in D&DTHE COALITION WAR GAME -Phyrexian Chief Praetor
Round 1: (4-1-2, 1 kill)
Round 2: (16-8-2, 4 kills)
Round 3: (18-9-2, 1 kill)
Round 4: (22-10-0, 2 kills)
Round 5: (56-16-3, 9 kills)
Round 6: (8-7-1)Last Edited by Ralph on blank, 1920
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Blocks I liked: (+1) Invasion Onslaught Mirrodin Time Spiral Lorwyn Zendikar Return to Ravnica
Blocks I disliked: (-1) Oddesy Champions of Kamigawa Time Echoes Innistrad Any Released Blocks not listed in this Sig
Blocks I neutralize: (+/-0) Ravnica City of Guilds Shadowmoor Shards of Alara Scars of Mirrodin
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192931349 wrote:Back when I was in high school, I used to write little quotes on the whiteboard of my chemistry class, little, funny things that I'd made up and attributed to an anonymous author. Just tiny things I found amusing. Some time near the end of the year, a substitute teacher game in, read it, and told us a quote she had heard from a 13 year old girl. I don't remember what it was, but the quote sounded deep and philosophical. Then I actually thought about it. I realized that the quote was actually meaningless, but simply couched in the language of philosophy and depth. And that's what your post is. It is meaningless bull**** that you said in such a way as to make it seem sophisticated. But just as a lab coat doesn't make you a scientist, language won't make you a philosopher. Only love of wisdom will. And until then, you will always remind me of a nameless 13 year old.
As I recall, we had these for quite a while. The first ones had a black lotus as the 20. This was probably Urza block or Masques block I first remember seeing them.The Beatdown Box set has these. That was 2000 (According to the card copyright).Also, the Deckmasters:Garfield vs. Finkle box set had these with a Deckmaster "D" as the 20. (2001)
If you click here you can see a ton of 20 sided die with different MTG set symbols on them.
If you click here you can see a ton of 20 sided die with different MTG set symbols on them.And here's that same search, as performed on a real search engine. :D
57193048 wrote:You should never explain layers to people unless one of the following is true: they're studying for a judge exam, you're both in a Ben Affleck movie and it's the only way to save the world, or you hate them.
56663526 wrote:We try to maintain the illusion that Magic cards are written in English.
56333196 wrote:69511863 wrote:Hell, if they steal from us, we'd be honored.
oh my god, AWESOME!
Then changing the Slivers was your idea! haha
69511863 wrote:Hell, if they steal from us, we'd be honored.
56734518 wrote:Occassionally when catering, I've been put the task of arranging Fruit and Cheese or Grilled Vegetable platters. More than once a high class buffet has started with the mark of Phyrexia upon it. Since i've got a good eye for color so it looks great to people who don't get the "joke" (it's a niceley divided circle after all: the outline gives you 4-6 "regions" to work with), this has actually got me put on platter design more often, resulting in Phyrexia's presence at more private and industry events.
If you click here you can see a ton of 20 sided die with different MTG set symbols on them.And here's that same search, as performed on a real search engine. :DKeep your new fangled cutting edge technology out of this. No one asked you. :P As for the mana symbol dice, pointing my mouse over their images in your search has text appear underneath them that says "BRAND: THE ARMORY", but seeing how I do not feel like poking around to find out more, that is that I know.
My recollection is that Apocolayse was the first set with a fat pack. It came after the closing of Topdeck and was the new way to get binder inserts of the set. The dice go back to the beatdown box, one of my first purchases. I do not believe they were in Battle Royal, the precussor to Beatdown. Seeing as Beatdown had nothing to do with Black lotus, it's seems likely that those were the first offical ones. However, I think Ultrapro or someone made spindowns before WotC got involved.
139359831 wrote:Clever deduction Watson! Maybe you can explain why Supergirl is trying to kill me.
What was the oldest set where fat packs came with dice? Was it Apocalypse?Does anyone remember if Planeshift fat packs came with dice? Maybe that person doesn't have any Planeshift dice?