mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Hammer Time
Purphoros, God of the Forge wields Akmon, a large hammer whose head slightly resembles an anvil. A blow from Akmon can render the earth molten, and when it strikes metal, each spark becomes a new enchantment, some of which even take on life.



Dat flavor text on Fall of the Hammer

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Hammer Time

Purphoros, God of the Forge wields Akmon, a large hammer whose head slightly resembles an anvil. A blow from Akmon can render the earth molten, and when it strikes metal, each spark becomes a new enchantment, some of which even take on life.

Dat flavor text on Fall of the Hammer
cccakery:

d20 Ice Mold - perfect for my DM Whiskey.
From Think Geek

cccakery:

d20 Ice Mold - perfect for my DM Whiskey.

From Think Geek

(via ketchakik)

I miss this.

courtalon:

YOU HAD ONE JOB

courtalon:

YOU HAD ONE JOB

UPDATE

Hey everyone,

  This is the last update to Dorkening, probably forever.  I love all my followers very much but I simply don’t have the opportunity to play Magic much anymore and I don’t feel right blogging about it without playing.

As a thank you for all your wonderful support during the last year of this blog, I’m giving you the url to my personal blog.  Some of you might not care but a lot of people have asked for it, and it in the past I’ve refused to give it out.

Love you all thanks for the fun!

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To follow up my previous post, here is my cosplay from Anime Boston.
I apologize, this is the only photo I have and the light isn’t even on :(

In the off chance anyone who took a photo of me sees this, I would really appreciate getting the photo from you!

To follow up my previous post, here is my cosplay from Anime Boston.

I apologize, this is the only photo I have and the light isn’t even on :(

In the off chance anyone who took a photo of me sees this, I would really appreciate getting the photo from you!

So,

I cosplay now.

Oh… Liliana of the Veil

steveargyle:

polishtamales:

Liliana’s $49.99. There isn’t a chance for her to go up higher, but really depends if Black becomes stronger in Dragon’s Maze.

I guess buying a stack of Lili’s to alter, back at $20 each, then being too lazy to actually alter them, has been a brilliant investment strategy!  Read my column in Forbes entitled “Procrastinate your way to Prosperity!”

sanitysoliloquy gets it.

sanitysoliloquy gets it.

Now, I know I’ve said this a whole bunch, but I just love the Duel Decks.  They’re probably my favorite Magic product out there.  I just love the flavor of them and they’re often a great way to get your hands on some EDH staples.  Between those factors, Duel Decks and I are a pretty great pair.
That said, I’ve already heard a lot of negativity about this upcoming one, “Heroes vs Monsters”.  We haven’t even seen the decklists yet!  Hell, we haven’t even seen the foils yet.  How can you pass judgement so soon?  
Alright, I get it.  The name is so incredibly vague that it seems like Wizard’s didn’t put very much thought into this one did they?  ”Hero” and “Monster”…those could be just about any cards in Magic!  Some cards could be considered both even!  
But what’s different between the Duel Decks of today and those such as Goblins vs Elves and Divine vs Demonic?  Now the second Duel Deck of the year is centered around the upcoming set upcoming set, specifically the factions involved.  (This was stated awhile ago, I’m too lazy to dig up the article myself but you can go search Wizard’s site for it!).
So that means “Heroes vs Monsters” vague as it may sound, may be more specific than we think.  Maybe when we get more information on Theros we can make some better guesses as to what this Duel Deck will be like.
Here’s the details on Heroes vs Monsters that we have so far:
Duel Decks: Heroes vs Monsters will contain six preview cards from this fall’s Magic set Theros, making them your very first chance to play with the set’s new cards!
Deck Design and Deck Development: Chris Millar, Kelly Digges and Sam Stoddard Twitter Hashtag: #MTGHVMLanguages Available: English, Japanese Release Date: September 6, 2013 MSRP: $19.99

Want to see the article by Wizards?  Click here.

Now, I know I’ve said this a whole bunch, but I just love the Duel Decks.  They’re probably my favorite Magic product out there.  I just love the flavor of them and they’re often a great way to get your hands on some EDH staples.  Between those factors, Duel Decks and I are a pretty great pair.

That said, I’ve already heard a lot of negativity about this upcoming one, “Heroes vs Monsters”.  We haven’t even seen the decklists yet!  Hell, we haven’t even seen the foils yet.  How can you pass judgement so soon?  

Alright, I get it.  The name is so incredibly vague that it seems like Wizard’s didn’t put very much thought into this one did they?  ”Hero” and “Monster”…those could be just about any cards in Magic!  Some cards could be considered both even!  

But what’s different between the Duel Decks of today and those such as Goblins vs Elves and Divine vs Demonic?  Now the second Duel Deck of the year is centered around the upcoming set upcoming set, specifically the factions involved.  (This was stated awhile ago, I’m too lazy to dig up the article myself but you can go search Wizard’s site for it!).

So that means “Heroes vs Monsters” vague as it may sound, may be more specific than we think.  Maybe when we get more information on Theros we can make some better guesses as to what this Duel Deck will be like.

Here’s the details on Heroes vs Monsters that we have so far:

Duel Decks: Heroes vs Monsters will contain six preview cards from this fall’s Magic set Theros, making them your very first chance to play with the set’s new cards!

Deck Design and Deck Development: Chris Millar, Kelly Digges and Sam Stoddard 
Twitter Hashtag: #MTGHVM
Languages Available: English, Japanese 
Release Date: September 6, 2013 
MSRP: $19.99

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Want to see the article by Wizards?  Click here.