Quote from "Flamebuster" »Tarmogoyf has no evasion, yet it sees tonnes of play. What makes this any different?
Quote from Riley Freeman »"If I do go to heaven, I'll smack god across the face and tell him to get me a grilled-cheeses sandwhich and then say 'Yea what now god!? Say some'in! I dare you!' "
Quote from xChaospherex
Take your monoblack deck, then set aside 14 swamps. Add 4 Creeping Tar Pits, 4 Darkslick Shores, 4 Drowned Catacombs, and 2 Jwar isle Refuge and add 4 Jace, the Mindsculptors. Your monoblack deck is instantly better. Better yet, drop those refuges, throw in some islands and some mana leaks, and lo and behold, you're now playing a real deck. Congratulations. Welcome to the world of competitive M:TG.
Quote from hamtasticAsking out a girl is like trying to cast a first turn Necropotence. Sometimes the other player will have the Force of Will to say no. You shouldn't let that stop you from trying it.
Quote from Orange MageIn general, Machius is right on the button. You should follow his line of thinking.
Quote from charlequin
Recent discussions here and elsewhere have made it clear that there seems to be a group of players who consider blue and control synonymous, as if they somehow started playing a game with four identical and "bad" colors that do nothing interesting because they just "turn men sideways" and then true, glorious blue, the only thinking person's color.
Quote from shadowboyQuote from Ertai87 »No Allies or Landfall in RoE, no Clash or Evoke in Shadowmoor...
You realize this is completely different, right?
First, Shadowmoor/Eventide are A DIFFERENT BLOCK. DERP.
There will be DFCs in this set.
Quote from Ertai87 »No Allies or Landfall in RoE, no Clash or Evoke in Shadowmoor...