If not better? She didn’t have the superpower of “Money” that Batman had, and still ended up just as badass.
Week 5 of the weekly challenge!
Show a pious female paladin who has set up a magically protected zone to surround her camp in the wilderness. Streaks of magical white light have twined together to create a kind of ‘weave of light,’ and that magical weave forms a circular barrier around the camp. Inside the ring of light, the paladin’s camp seems bright, wholesome, and inviting. Outside it, it looks gloomy and fraught with danger. She’s so at ease here that her weapon and plate armor rest against her camp or a tree as she attends to other things.
Color: White Enchantment
Focus: the magically-protected zone
Mood: “There is a place deep within my soul where no foe can intrude
The actual card: Personal Sanctuary
whoa this is really good! I prefer this to the printed art, even — it’s cool to see different artists interpret the briefs. :)
Can someone help me translate? Because these cards look badass but I don’t even know what they say or do… #mtg #magic #magicthegathering #translation #korean
From left to right:
Creature - Centaur Warrior
Enchantment Creature - Cat
Bestow 5G (You may cast this for its bestow cost. If you do, it becomes an Aura card and is cast targeting a creature. When the enchanted creature dies, this becomes a creature.)
Enchanted creature gets +3/+3 and Trample.
Creature - Cyclops
Trample, Protection from Enchantments
4GR: Monstrosity 3 (If this creature isn’t monstrous, put three +1/+1 counters on it and it becomes monstrous.)
Whenever Polis Crusher deals combat damage to a player, if it’s monstrous, destroy target enchantment that player controls.
So what goes on at Friday night magic? I’ve played magic for about 6 years, but I have never gone to Friday night magic… Do you have to pay to play? Are their prizes? Do they only play standard? I don’t have a standard deck, and I don’t really feel like building one. I’m kind of interested, thoughI don’t even really know what it is, but playing magic sounds good…
Friday Night Magic is a system set up by the creators of the game to encourage game shops to host magic tournaments on Friday nights. They are typically of standard format, and have entry fees ranging from free to $5, depending on the store. Depending on the size of the store or the interest of the local community, the shop may also run Booster Draft tournaments in addition to standard.
It can be a little hard to get right into standard as a new (tournament) player, but going out to your local shop on a Friday is a nice way to meet the magic players in your community. If you don’t want to try to compete in the standard tournament, you can let people know you have a casual deck and some people might want to play a few games with you.
If you don’t know about stores in your area, Wizards of the Coast has a Store and Event Locator on their website — locator.wizards.com
When I hear people complain about netdecking, what I Hear is this:
"Hmm, there is a rattling in my car. I can either
A) Fiddle around with it myself and see what happens or
B ) Look on the internet and see what other people have tried and see what works.
I got this.”
1 week later
"WHY DID MY ENGINE BLOW UP?!"
I think of it more along the lines of people complaining that marathon runners are better at running races than they are, when they’ve spent their time choreographing a beautiful dance. Some things are an art form, some things are competition.
The Divide mechanic.
Gotta say, the mythic feels neither legendary or really mythic. However, it could make for a great uncommon.
Divide just… goes infinite. The copy, though it doesn’t have divide, still triggers the divide of the original one. Playing any ooze after mimicer slime ends the game in a draw because infinite triggers are making infinite copies. Seems loose.
If you’re talking about the woman who has been on Kotaku a couple times, I know her and can confirm that all of the cards she used were totally useless the most recent go around. ;) not just draft trash, but truly worthless cards. This is speaking as someone who has a good deal more than 2 grand in the game, as well.
There’s a woman out there who does costumes made of Magic: The Gathering cards (only commons and uncommons, but still)… and I hate it. I’m sorry, but I feel like it’s a waste of perfectly good cards.
It physically breaks my heart to see the cards turned into that.
Maybe my boyfriend and his friends’ love for the cards rubbed off on me. Aaaaahhhh.
Maybe it has something to do with the fact that one of his friends has over 2 grand’s worth. Idk.