Still chuggin’ along through the snow day, here’s a cute ‘lil myr artifact creature token, requested by the awesomely named freshprinceofrlyeh!

In all my years of Magic (I’ve been playing since the original Mirrodin) I had no clue that those big circles on the myr’s head aren’t their eyes! I had always just kind of assumed they were metallic birds and those were eyes and they had weird glowing nostrils pretty far up their beaks :P

You can check out my full gallery on DeviantArt, and don’t forget, you can request tokens and from me!

Thousands Of Relics Recovered From Ancient Mexican City

After spending years gradually making their way down a 103 meter (340 foot) long tunnel, a team of Mexican archeologists have gathered some 50,000 relics inside the ancient city of Teotihuacan. The remains, which could offer new insight into the impressive city, have been untouched for almost 2,000 years because the opening was sealed around A.D. 250.

The pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacan is located around 50 kilometers (30 miles) northeast of Mexico City. It was built between the first and seventh centuries A.D., and comprises an awe-inspiring spread of temples that are laid out on geometric and symbolic principles. The city’s most impressive building is undoubtedly the Pyramid of the Sun, which is the third largest pyramid in the world. It was reconstructed by archeologists some time ago, but it’s believed they made a mistake and rebuilt this particular structure with the wrong number of levels. Whoops.

The new discoveries were made when project leader Sergio Gomez and his team worked their way down a previously closed off tunnel that was discovered back in 2003. They dug out piles of dirt and rocks using remote-controlled robots, unearthing a trove of goodies on the way.

[Read more at IFLS]

If you don’t know why Jared Leto on Harry’s cake is so significant, I suggest you to watch Artifact, an award-winning documentary about the 30 million dollars lawsuit between 30 Seconds to Mars and their (former) record label EMI. Irving Azoff, featured in the movie, helped the band through the legal battle.

Irving Azoff is now their manager, and Jared Leto literally called him the best man in the management industry.

The documentary also feature the recording process of their new album at that time, called “This is war.” Fitting, isn’t it?