Quote from Life WeaverI store my cards in a treasure chest that I bury in the backyard.
Quote from Maxim2735
Zzapper - :symur::symur:
Destroy target permanent with a Z in its name.
I'm the Z zapper. I zap Z's. I really don't like Z's. I just don't. I mean, who needs them? Z's. pfffft.
Quote from Darkfire_GamesI think this is the new queue:
May: Psi Jet
Jun: Brasil Dude
Someone correct me if I'm wrong
Quote from clan_iraqI'm calling it right now- worst rare in the set. Even good limited players will find better bombs at common and uncommon no sweat. Worst. Episode. Ever.
Quote from clan_iraqI really do predict this to be our worst rare in set award winner. I'd be happier opening a jar of eyeballs, so I think anything worse is highly unlikely. This card wont just have zero constructed potential, but not be significantly better than a mass of ghouls in a draft.
Quote from k-radQuote from Sir AureusThere's a reason that Ixidron says "nontoken".Because a Saproling being flipped into a pro player is super tech?
Quote from Sir AureusThere's a reason that Ixidron says "nontoken".
Quote from Shaddock86In the recent CCL: homelands, teams are critiquing the teams they are already being critiqued by. (phlegmagic critiques choloric; choloric critiques phlegmatic)
I think this is a really bad idea because it gives a serious disadvantage to the people who post their critiques first. If they have anything bad to say in their evaluation of people's cards, it's easy for the critiqued person to "get back" at the critiquer when he's critiquing. Not saying that everyone would purposefully go out and do this, but we are human.
Say someone posts a blistering, harsh review of your card, and then you're supposed to evaluate that person's card two hours later....it's difficult to stay objective, and not let that person's honest (but perhaps harsh) critique affect your judgment.