on Mar 22, 2013 at 11:20:27 AM
Today im going to post my opinions about all the praetors, for those playes who dont know what the praetors are, ill explain that also.
Praetors are a creature subtype in the New Phyrexia set, they are all legendary creatures, and there is one for each color. They are always feuding because each has their own view on how the plane of Phyrexia should be, in order, listed, they are:
[c]Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite[/c]
[c]Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur[/c]
[c]Sheoldred, Whispering One[/c]
[c]Urabrask the Hidden[/c]
[c]Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger[/c]
So now that you have gotten a chance to see each one if you havnt ever or needed a refresher i will now discuss each one in my detailed opinion.
[c]Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite[/c]
Elesh Norn, oh no. i get so scared when i see her cast. ...
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on Feb 12, 2013 at 12:51:13 PM
I can remember when I first started playing Magic. I was in middle school, a friend of mine had told me about a gaming catalog from a (now closed) Wargames West.
After saving up a small amount of money, I purchased two starter decks of Unlimited. Unfortunately, Unlimited was sold out already - instead they sent me two decks of Revised.
I can still remember questions we had about the rules, "how many creatures can a wall block?", "What does protection from black do?" as well as "Oh my god, look how awesome Craw Wurm is!"
I think I was a "spike" all along though (while being a little bit of a "johnny") - it was always about winning, and wanting to be the best. I remember the first "friendly" tournament that a group of friends and I had, I played a blue/green deck involving...
on Feb 5, 2013 at 06:33:50 AM
Today I will be talking about card management, what is the best way to store and seperate your cards. I have typically used the white 4 slot boxes of seperating by color then by creature, instant, sorcery, and enchantment. Further yet as my collection has grown I have seperated them alphabetically by first letter and then by Converted Mana Cost. While this may seem extensive when you are dealing with a number of cards such as my own numbering now in the the 25,000 range there needs to be some sort of system, and I have found this works quite well. However having so many boxes full of cards as you can imagine takes up quite a lot of space. I am looking for ideas on what I could to to either reduce the size of my collection, or store them more efficiently...
on Jan 15, 2013 at 05:37:56 PM
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on Jan 12, 2013 at 06:09:32 AM
So yeah, haven't been doing blogs like I said I would. Nothing to talk about.
So, anybody who has been following the spoilers knows there have been quite a few cards spoiled so far. And I have to say, I'm pretty excited. I intend to go Simic at the prerelease, and if I can make it to multiple prereleases (like I did for RTR), the order after Simic will most likely be Dimir, Boros, Gruul, Orzhov. But I'm not here to talk about that.
I'm here to talk about the Orzhov cards that have been spoiled so far. Yeah, I know it seems like I'm not very excited about them since they're dead last on my list of "multiple prerelease" picks, but that's only because I don't think they'd be that great in Sealed Limited. In constructed, however, I expect them to do very well. Especially in my black-white...
on Dec 31, 2012 at 03:50:37 PM
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