Glean the MindspoilsThe ragged man sought out his prey: the paranoid, the shattered minds.Their far-flung thoughts before him lay; he culled these from amongst his finds.And with a ghastly rite and dirge, he bid their nightmares live again.But at such cost! His own mind purged, to match the thoughts of the insane!
If I had to pick a winner right now, it would be Vile Plunder. Since we're doing this silly elimination rounds thing, we'll see how it plays out.
These are all pretty bad. I think what You Make the Card has taught us is that we shouldn't be making the cards.
192884403 wrote:surely one can't say complex conditional passive language is bad grammar ?
If you're on MTGO check out the Free Events via PDCMagic and Gatherling.
Other games you should try:DC Universe Online - action-based MMO. Free to play. Surprisingly well-designed combat and classes.
Planetside 2 - Free to play MMO-meets-FPS and the first shooter I've liked in ages.Simunomics - Free-to-play economy simulation game.
On Entrance; put a land you control owner's hand.
: gather , or .
and tap a creature you control: add or remove
an underground counter to or from that creaure.
Creatures with underground counters
can only block or be blocked by
other creatures with underground counters.
~ancient and forgotten dwell
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> Carpe Noctem - Don't like the latin name.but "sans" is 3 characters shorter than "without"
I don't get the dislike for "Carpe Noctem" either. It's got class and style (something this card desperately needs), it sounds magical (would Ad Nauseum be as interesting if it were named "Repeat over and over and over"?), and it's perfectly comprehensible for anyone who's ever heard/read "carpe diem" aka "seize the day" aka "YOLO," which are all fairly common. Aaaaand now I need to go take a shower for using "YOLO" as part of a serious discussion.
I voted lands
I voted lands
"Words of power never disappear. They sleep, awaiting those with the will to rouse them."