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My little LBD anniversary tribute is here! Watch as @theashleyclements, Laura, Daniel and I play the Pride & Prejudice themed card game, Marrying Mr. Darcy! Hope you enjoy–we had a blast reuniting for this!


(Spoilers for the end of the Ringed City below, beware!)

We’re not sure exactly how long Gael has been on the road, in pursuit of the Dark Soul to bring back to the nameless painter, but we’re certain he’s been around for an extremely long time. He has always been an unassuming knight, a slave, fodder to the bleakest battles. But Gael has something truly special in the world of Dark Souls: purpose. He has always found purpose to carry on and move forward. Patiently, one step at a time. His determination is so great he was one of the few who has made it to the very end of the world, where everything crafted by gods and men has turned into ash. Gael’s final quest was a terrible one that would consume his own life. Regardless, he persisted, until he was able to find that which would corrupt him. He knew he wouldn’t be able to take on this quest alone. As such, he guides us throughout the Ringed City, guides us to find him, so that we may fulfill the promise he made a very long time ago.

The Temperance card reflects that you have a clear, long-term vision of what you want to achieve. You are not rushing things along; rather you are taking your time to ensure that you do the best job you can. This card also reflects a higher learning in what you are doing and demonstrates that you are learning a great deal on your journey. You are at peace with what you are doing and it is all coming together very well. Your inner voice is guiding you gently to the right outcome and you are patiently listening and following. You have a very balanced perspective on the situation at this time and you are in a very good position to make the right choices. Temperance asks you to be patient so that you can act with timing and precision. Patience and moderation will result in good management of all things. Do not feel that you need to rush, just let the situation evolve at its natural pace.

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Magic: the Gathering - Amonkhet PreRelease

Posted by GateKeeper Games.  The Amonkhet Prerelease Pack gives players a sneak peek at the new set during your Prerelease events along with a themed insert, a spindown life counter, and a premium promo card drawn from any rare or mythic rare in the set.

• 6 Amonkhet booster packs
• 1 randomized, date-stamped, foil promo card
• 1 Spindown life counter
• 1 Deckbuilding advice insert
• 1 Trials activity card

Commander Card Spotlight: Slate of Ancestry

Time for a new Card Spotlight featurette! I haven’t done one of these since I got back to posting more regularly, so let’s fix that with a look at a nice artifact that helps draw cards in creature-based decks.

Slate of Ancestry is a powerful card that has a long history of inclusion in decks that produce creatures at a fast rate. It shows up regularly in Elf and Goblin tribal lists as well as token-based decks and other builds that “go wide” in building their army by putting a high number of creatures on the battlefield. Originally printed back in Onslaught, it’s since seen reprints in Ninth Edition as well as Elves vs. Goblins, the first deck in the Duel Decks series.

While its activation includes discarding your original hand, many decks with a lean mana curve often need to refill after a particularly profitable main phase, and even if you’re out of cards, you’re still able to perform the act of “discarding your whole hand” without cards actually there. The Slate is not without its risks, of course – most glaringly, an opponent can respond to the activation and remove some or all of your creatures from the board. Still, this is a powerful draw option for the decks that can utilize it properly and it might be worth a look if your deck’s strategy is focused on building up your troops.