i’ve been playing alot of magic the gathering lately, and after taking a break, i feel like every time i catch up on my dash and have to wait for new stuff, im in top deck mode….. 

markrosewater:

“Tales from the Pit” #425

markrosewater:

“Tales from the Pit” #425

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mtgfan:

More amazing Magic the Gathering art

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mtgfan:

The absolutely rarest cards in Magic

The 1996 World Champion was given to Tom Chanpheng of Australia for winning the 1996 World Championship. The card is encased in lucite, apparently floating above a silver globe. In 2001 it was sold to a private collector. One sheet of this card was printed, but all other copies were destroyed. Rumor has it that artist proofs of this card exist.

The Shichifukujin Dragon was created to celebrate the opening of the Japan DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan. All copies except for one were destroyed. The remaining Shichifukujin Dragon has been encased at the Tournament Center for public view together with the original artwork of the card. The Tournament Center was closed on February, the 28th in 2003, and the card was moved to the Hobby Japan Head Office where it currently resides. Shichifukujin is the name of the Seven Deities of Good Fortune of Japanese mythology.

mtg-realm:

Gaming Accessories

Kick-butt beautiful SteamPunk Dice set from Q-Workshop in Poland.

The review and video here.

cardoftheday:

Scourge of the Nobilis

cardoftheday:

Scourge of the Nobilis

maragilao:

  1. Play Mikaeus and pump him in for however many you please
  2. Next turn, use his ability and add or take off with his ability
  3. Toss Bell-Ringer on the field, untap and re-use Mikaeus
  4. Cloudshift Bell-Ringer and re-re-use Mikaeus
  5. Counters everywhere

In the dark, slick corridors of the undercity lurks the unfathomable network of the Dimir guild. House Dimir is Ravnica’s dark but open secret: the people know Dimir exists but they pretend it doesn’t. The Dimir’s role in Ravnica is to provide covert services that other guilds can’t or won’t, using secrecy as both weapon and defense. Dimir is hidden even from itself, using pockets of covert agents who are aware of only a few other contacts. Dimir agents leave no trace, destroying memories of witnesses to their crimes, and even going so far as to eliminate their own memories of assignments.

The Boros Legion is the guild of righteous law and fierce justice. The most formidable military force on Ravnica, the Boros are efficient, self-assured, and passionate in the pursuit of their ideals. Sunhome, the Boros guildhall, serves as both barracks and focal point of worship. The floating citadel known as Parhelion II, restored from the remains of the destroyed Parhelion I, occupies an awe-inspiring place in Ravnica’s sky.

The Boros believe passionately in law; to them it is the structure by which society functions and acts as the road map for the community’s health and safety. Anything that violates the letter of the law, threatens the spirit of the law, or obstructs the enforcement of the law is considered an enemy of the Boros Legion. In effect, anyone who disagrees with the Boros is an enemy of the Boros.