So yeah

1st September 2014

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I will never understand the amount of hate Anita Sarkeesian generates? →



She literally just presents evidence of deeply entrenched misogyny within a medium, in a systematic, calm, logical, and articulate way.

But she’s called a “bully” for pointing out how misogyny. She’s called misogynistic slurs just for having well spoken…

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1st September 2014

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People online a few months ago: "Khans is not going to be the wedge set. Just because you want it doesn’t mean you’re getting it."

People online a few months ago"You’re probably not getting fetches either."

People online a few months ago: "And you can forget about it being a powerful set in general. They’re scaling back power level a lot now."

Mark Rosewater: 


28th August 2014

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Likely Translation


It looks like it could easily translate to:

"Garrison Mystic"

Tap: add G,U, or R to you mana pool

Morph (2) (reminder text blah blah blah pay (3) to turn face-up)

When Garrison Mystic is turned face-up add GUR to your mana pool.

It’s not garrison. Garras is claw in spanish, so the name is probably something claw.

24th August 2014

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Flitterstep Eidolon || Chase Stone

24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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harrison ford deserves every single oscar for this one scene


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23rd August 2014

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22nd August 2014

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Rakshasa →


Rakshasa Vizier, art by Peter Mohrbacher

A race of demons who struck a bargain with the Sultai Brood.

Creatures of Hindu and Buddhist legend, the raksasha are cannibalistic demons known for their grave desecration and power of illusion. Most have long, poisonous nails and protruding fangs,…

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20th August 2014

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Nagas →


Nagas have been shown twice so far, once in the SDCC panel and again in the Khans of Tarkir trailer, showing up as part of the Sultai brood. In mythology the nagas feature into a couple different Asian cultures and religions, so the perceptions of them vary greatly.

The most commonly thought…

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19th August 2014

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Djinn →


Mahamoti Djinn, art by Greg Staples.

The Djinn (pronounced like “gin”), are a race of spirits that feature into both Islamic and pre-Islamic Arabian myths, known primarily for their free will. Made of “smokeless fire,” Djinn are often unseeable, but they are capable of interacting with the…

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