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2.21.2013

Tumblr Thursday

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Happy Thursday MTG peeps,

The weekend is quickly approaching - and - it just so happens to be Gatecrash Game Day !  If you are anywhere north of Toronto, take a short drive up to OMG! Games here in Barrie, Ontario.  If you happen to be going to Georgian College, just walk across the street to the plaza on Bell Farm Road.  Bring along your standard constructed deck and get ready to game.

Where : OMG! Games,  130 Bell Farm Rd  Barrie, ON L4M 6J4 / (705) 721-4263
When : Saturday 23rd February at 12:30
What : Standard Constructed
How (much) : Entry - just $5 bucks

Prizes:  All players recieve a full art Zameck Guildmage.
Top 8 players recieve a full art Firemane Avanger and boosters.  Winner will also recieve a custom 'Champio' playmat. 

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Anywhoos - onto today's juice, squeeze fresh for you from our sister site, MTG Realm on Tumblr where we strive to collect and post all the Magic: the Gathering miscellany around the inter•webz.  Let's go . . .
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Magic: the Gathering - Crafty
Posted by Reddit User Packwhore - MTG card craft on display in his school’s art program hall.
I am in awe - certainly the coolest thingy I’ve seen in a while.
Magic: the Gathering - Crafty
Posted by Reddit User Packwhore - MTG card craft on display in his school’s art program hall.
I am in awe - certainly the coolest thingy I’ve seen in a while.

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Magic: the Gathering - Trades
Reddit User freefire6 received this trade recently along with a witty CSI Miami / Horatia Cane quip.
So Much Win !
Magic: the Gathering - Trades
Reddit User freefire6 received this trade recently along with a witty CSI Miami / Horatia Cane quip.
So Much Win !
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aisuvalkov:
This just happened to me.. 1200+ cards… 6 decks, lost.. One salvaged due to it being in card covers.. Fml…
OH SNAP ! !  aisuvalkov - I am soo feeling your pain here when your card box ‘splodes and pukes out your collection - Sincere wishes the shizzle all gets back into place
Magic: the Gathering - Collections
You know you have a MTG collection addiction when you NEED to have ALL the Return to Ravnica and Gatecrash Guild Leaders with their respective deckboxes.  This one’s from MTG gamer WanderingWind.
Magic: the Gathering - Collections
You know you have a MTG collection addiction when you NEED to have ALL the Return to Ravnica and Gatecrash Guild Leaders with their respective deckboxes.  This one’s from MTG gamer WanderingWind.
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Magic: the Gathering - Weatherlight
Weatherlight is the 11th Magic expansion, released in 1997 as the third set and second small expansion of the Mirage block.

The Weatherlight skyship was a legendary ship capable of planeshifting and was designed by the Planeswalker Urza.  Urza constructed the ship at the Tolarian Academy and had used Thran metal and  Weatherseed wood from Yavimaya.  This vessel proved to be a critical part in the efforts to save Dominaria from the Phyrexian invaders although it’s first mission was to Serra’s Realm. During it’s mission to rescue Serran refugees from it’s Phyrexian takeover, Urza collapsed the plane into the Weatherlight’s powerstone core, giving it better punch than the Millenium falcon and setting the record for the Kessel run at ten parsecs.
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Magic: the Gathering - Esty Appreciation
Top - Wood Leather and Brass MTG Deck Box (Magic The Gathering) card game, by Fox And Dragon Emporium
Bottom - Unfinished Imaged Wood Oak Box for MTG Cards, by Designcraft Industries
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Sweet artwork by Alayna Lemmer
In Greek mythology, the Greek goddes Nyx was the personification of the night while Hemera was the personification of day.
I for one, would like to see a Magic: the Gathering block with themes rooted in Greek Mythology.

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Magic: the Gathering - Zendikar
Welcome to the Plane of Zendikar - HEDRONS - frack’n everywhere !
Ancient, rune-carved monoliths called hedrons are strewn across Zendikar. Up to ten miles long, some of these stones drift in the sky; others are buried in the ground, some whole, some broken. They’re remnants of a lost civilization, but their original purpose is unknown.
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