139359831 wrote:Clever deduction Watson! Maybe you can explain why Supergirl is trying to kill me.
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Here's a shout out for Scholars' Books & Games in Bridgewater, MA, and for Paladin's Place in Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany where I was stationed for two years. Support your FLGS!
Attacking the darkness since 1987, turning creatures sideways since 1994.
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.
Eyehunter and sage62, people like you are the reason why I avoided trash talking Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh. Because I know that if Magic is going to survive it needs new players. So why pre-emptively chase people away from my hobby? So I can make sure it dies? Screw that noise.
What age were you when you started playing Magic, and why did you start playing?
192884403 wrote:surely one can't say complex conditional passive language is bad grammar ?
No longer a commander as of 7/29/13.
13, had been playing Yu-gi-oh prior. Then I got to highschool and there was a Magic club some of my friends went to. Learned how to play and never looked back.
I was in 7th grade and in the gifted learning class. Every other Friday the teacher would let us do whatever we wanted as long as we were either learning or teaching each other something. A few of the kids demonstrated how far above the curve they really were by choosing to play Magic during this time. After seeing one game I had them teach me to play. At 30 years old the rest is history.
~Your either my puppet or my matchstick~
color preferences (1st is fav and so on):
198732583 wrote:Oh Ajani seems to like Elpheth's milk, meow.
My EDH decks:
Sliver Overlord ()
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I was 6. My grandparents taught me how to play, though I obviously didn't really have a grip on it for a couple years, I just thought the cards looked cool.That was back in 1996, and aside from a hiatus or two, I've been in it since then, and now I'm 22 (today, actually).
Well, first of all, I had to hide the two copies of Exotic Curse from my conservative parents.