Last year, El gifted me a deck of Science Tarot cards. These are some of my favorites - the one on the top right is potential energy/the hanged man. They’re really cool, though maybe not the best choice for actual tarot purposes.
2016 has been terrible and we could all use some holiday cheer, so for the… third? fourth? year in a row, i’ll be doing cards!
if you follow me and you’re comfortable sending me a mail-able name and address, fill out the google form linked below and i’ll get to as many as i can. i do not keep the names and addresses after i’m done, and i don’t share them with anyone - your confidentiality is guaranteed. also let me know if you would like to send one in return, i love getting these back from people!
i’ll be reblogging this a few times over the course of the month, under the tag #card-a-thon 2016 so you can blacklist accordingly. sound good?
Challenge Mode: Kozilek, the Great Distortion ($3.65 USD)
Challenge Mode is a new post designed to challenge the MTG/EDH Tumblr community to seek out budget cards that will fit into a specific commander deck. Through this, other players can be inspired to build a fun yet capable budget deck.
Our third challenge is the most recent printing of Kozilek. Remember-colorless is not a color, but it is also a great corner of the EDH/Commander meta to be feared! What budget cards would you use to optimize this deck?
Today’s arbitrary card of the day is Furnace Layer. This is the realm of the Red-aligned Phyrexians, who toil all day and all night to repurpose and reforge the raw materials of New Phyrexia. It’s ruled by Urabrask, the Praetor that doesn’t really care what the other Praetors are up to. This is also where the vestiges of the Mirran Resistance dwell, as the influence of Red mana has given the Phyrexians here the capacity for empathy.