With the first set in the Ixalan block fully spoiled last Friday, and it being prerelease weekend, it’s time to dive into the cards to see what gems we can find that could be useful outside of Standard play. This set is begging for Dinosaur and Pirate tribal decks, but […]
Where we beat up on Donnie Darko and have to shout over really loud dogs and a somewhat insistent child. Also, we explore every articulation of the word “pants”.
Empire at War Dice Based Pseudonyms Part 1 One of the best parts of getting a new set is opening boxes of new cards. I however also get the awesome addition of having my significant other make up some of the most hilarious names for cards based on their dice. […]
I named this deck Who Goes There?, after the novella by John W. Campbell Jr., which was of course adapted into the film The Thing From Another World in 1951, and chiefly John Carpenter’s The Thing in 1982. The deck is based around the Blue Transform card Thing in the […]
We don’t like selling things, but we totally sell things. Then we argue about LARPing and games. Also games. Did we mention that we like games?
New Life for Nertunner Android Netrunner has been falling by the wayside for me due to my mostly bad experiences at worlds last year playing the game. At the time, the game was in a spot where only a few decks were competitive. I will stop the train right here […]
Aurra At War Holy Wowza! The new yellow spoilers from FFG got me in a tizzy to see if I can fix the Aurra/Jango deck. Specifically, two new cards have me wondering if it can be fast enough to win before dying. So let’s take a look. These two cards are […]
As mentioned in our first post on Casual Contemplation, don’t come here looking for something you can take to FNM, but these decks are definitely something fun and (usually/mostly) affordable you can take to the kitchen table to impress your friends with your crazy and creative combo skills. My Casual […]
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I Kill Giants I’ll admit that I’m a bit of a heathen when it comes to stories that I enjoy. I love stories with action and adventure and am totally fine with mindless brain candy. If I enjoy any ambiguity, it’s largely in the ways that people respond to situations, […]