Yule Ooze (2011 Holiday Promo) || Steve Prescott
Magic: the Gathering - God Cake
At Magazine Exchange Inc.’s first Wizards University event, hosted at Oregon City’s Tumwater Room last month. These kick-butt Magic: The Gathering cakes of all five Theros gods were made by the folks at Wicked Delights Bakery.
After some wait we have our 4th spoiler of the upcoming set Born of the Gods.
Artifact, Tap an untapped creature you control: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.
This card is a reprint from the set Lorwyn.
Let’s hear some opinions. What do you think of the card, how would it function in the current standard and what kind of art would you give it?
"Tales from the Pit" #668
Not a perfect picture, but here is a thing I did recently. Power 9 proxies.
Anger of the Gods
A great example of the fantastic art of Magic the Gathering
Check out that perspective human on that first one holy shit that is one massive angel
Also, check out that Progenitus art. Always reblog the Big Guy.
"Tales from the Pit" #667
|Hello, the other day I saw you run a Damia Sage of Stone commander deck. I would really like to make one, do you have any tips?|
Er, well, my Damia deck probably isn’t the kind of deck most people who use Damia have. I really just use her as a color enabler for all of my zombie cards. The point of my Damia deck is just to make literally as many zombie tokens as physically possible. However, if you could give me an idea what direction you’d like to go with the deck, I could certainly take a crack at it! (Mind you, I’m fairly new to the Commander scene myself, so I’m by no means an expert at this.)
After a hard-fought battle full of board wipes, graveyard purging and exiling, anger, laughter, and a little bargaining, my zombies and I emerged victorious from a four hour long EDH game.