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This is the funniest FUCKING ask I’ve ever gotten I’m going to think about this for the rest of my fucking life

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HALF A MIL AKA MILL GATES .. JAN 25 1973 - OCT 24 2003

 SLEEP IN PEACE TO ( IN MY OPINION) ..ONE OF THE BEST TO EVER DO IT .. THE SHIT THIS DUDE SPIT IN FREESTYLES WAS UNTOUCHABLE AND SO AHEAD OF ITS TIME MOST COULD'NT EVEN COMPREHEND OR UNDERSTAND ..  FOR A HOOD DUDE A THUGGED OUT DUDE LIVIN IN A PLACE LIKE ALBANY PROJECTS BROOKLYN TO HAVE SUCH WISDOM AND INTELLIGENCE AT SUCH A YOUNG AGE IS INCREDIBLE .. ITS LIKE WHAT PAC SAID ABOUT ROSES GROWING OUT OF CONCRETE .. OR BEING THE MIND THAT SPARKS THE MIND THAT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE SHIT .. HALF WAS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF THAT AND WHAT MADE HIM ILLMATIC WAS THE FACT HE WASNT NO REVOLUTIONARY RAPPER .. HE WAS AS THUG AS AND AS HARDCORE AS THEY COME .. UNOFFICIAL MEMBER OF THE FIRM ..AZ SAW THE ILLNESS IN MILL AND MADE SURE HE WAS ON THE FIRM ALBUM ..AND THAT SONG HAPPENS TO BE MY FAVORITE ON THE FIRM ALBUM “THROW YA GUNS” .. IF YOU HAVENT SEEN THE DOCUMENTARY ON HALF I STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU DO .. DUDE IS A LEGEND

SLEEP EASY MILLIATO 

Dying is Easy Young Man, Living is Harder

An @aftgexchange  gift for @transandreil (Matti): 

A two part installment of very different components. 

(I’m sorry about it being a little late!!) 

Dying is Easy Young Man, Living is Harder

  • Natalia Wesninski was pretty and promising. She was thin and nimble, with a smile as sharp as a blade and eyes like poison. The kind of eyes that dripped into people and made holes in their memory.
  • Natalia Wesninski, would not be heir to her father’s empire. Natalia Wesninski was meant to climb the corporate ladder, to sleep and swindle her way into circles of trusted officials - CIA, FBI, get a law degree, and tighten her father’s hold on a slippery justice system.
  • She was never meant to be the next butcher.
  • Natalia Wesninkski was more lie than truth. 

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6

Sea Glass and Songs


Percy sat in the middle of the bar table, watching people chatter around him.

Without looking, the barista dropped a bottle of rum in front of him and walking off to deal with some guy talking up a storm.

He sipped his liquor, keeping his hood on.

An hour passed, then someone slid into the seat next to him.

“Ay bariee, get me two glasses of whiskey.” The guy waved down the barista. Percy glanced at him though the corner of his eye. Black beard, untamed hair, heavy accent. Old timer pirate for sure.

The lady dropped two glasses of the dark brown liquid infront of the man and moved off, sensing some tension rising.

“Out of all the people I expect, a pirate like ye was a surprise.” The man slid the glass in front of Percy. “What brings you ‘ere?”

Percy sat a little straighter. “Rest stop, maybe a couple of trades.”

The man chuckled. “Oh carse. Only I don’t think that, lad.”

Percy glanced at him. Brown eyes wore down from age watched him, wrinkly skin peaking out from the excessive amount of hair.

“Ye see ‘ere, we pirates know ‘bout you, Mi’ter Jackson.” The man took a sip of his whiskey. “You never stop for just ‘a rest’.”

Percy put his hand down gently on the table. “Is that so? Please, enlighten me. What am I here for?”

Some people had stopped talking, looking over. Percy’s hood was still on, but at the sound of his voice and name they froze.

“A city like this, it’s in my terra.” The man leaned back in his chair. “You want this land, it’s valuable to control.”

Percy let out a dry laugh. “I don’t want your land. This town belongs to the high king, no one controls it but him.”

The bar noise died down immediately. He let his hood fall off, keeping his green eyes on the older pirate.

“Besides, I must be on my way back to the ship.” 

Percy went to stand up, but the cool feeling of a gun pressed against his neck.

“Ye see, we can’t let ya go.” The pirate mused. “There’s a bounty out for ya, a half of a million quid for whoever returns you alive.”

Percy kept his face straight, watching the man finish his whiskey and stand up. 

“A half mill quid is a pretty nice reward for one person, and that will be me crew’s reward.”

Percy noticed a few more people standing up, swords out. His eyes scanned for guns,, but the only ones he would find were the one on his neck and one tucked into the pirate captain’s jacket.

“A half a million, you say?” Percy tapped his fingers on the barwood. “Is that before or after taxes?”

The man’s eye twitched. “What?”

“Taxes.” Percy stated like he were talking to a child. “As in the king takes some of your hard earned money to use for himself. Aren’t you aware of that term?”

“Pirates do not get taxes.”

“Anyone willing to turn a man into the king is subject to taxes.” Percy stated plainly. “About 30 percent of your profit made out of you turning me in will stay with the king. Math wise, that is 150 thousand out of your pockets. So it’s not a half mill, it’s a point 35 mill.”

Some of the crew seemed to work out the mental math, which Percy found humourous. Then the gun pressed deeper into his neck.

“Get up, yer coming wit us.”

“What makes you think I’m leaving?” Percy causally said. “You have no use of me if I die. My crew have all been trained on what to do if I die, my ship will be well defended against anything you throw at it. The king has no use for a dead pirate, so you’ll be cheated out of your point 35 mill-”

“There is a quarter mill reward for you dead.”

“175,000″ Percy corrected with a smug grin.

The safety clicked on the gun at his neck.

“Say one more werd and Jamie ‘ere will shoot ya.”

Percy raised an eyebrow. 

The crew came forward slowly and civilians backed away. 

Something churned in Percy’s gut. It felt like a slow roll, like the feeling you get when you first step on a rocking ship. It got stronger the closer the men got to him.

He frowned, letting out a breath that mixed with a small groan.

The world around Percy started to dim at the edges, rocking across his vision.

“Any last words, Perseus?”

A switch flicked on inside of him and the bar exploded.

Bottles of alcohol spewed everywhere, their liquids jetting up in mini fountains. The glasses of fermented beverages behind the counter shattered as a wave took out the man behind Percy.

He didn’t have time to question this. He took the man’s gun and shot the man in front of him. He let out an alarmed gurgle and Percy leapt over the counter and exited through the staff door.

The crowd outside went crazy when they heard the gunshot, providing cover as he ran to the docks.

His mini boat was untied, waiting for him to row out to his ship. He dove into it, the motion causing the boat to float forward a few feet.

Before he could grab for the oar, the boat shot out to sea with an incredible speed. He toppled backwards, letting out a shocked shout.

The boat didn’t slow until his boat was close enough that he could see his canons.

He let out a huff in disbelief, grabbing the edges of his boat as it moved to a standstill.

“What in sweet sweet hell was that?” He muttered. His hands shook as he went to grab for his oar. His fingers wouldn’t close around the shaft, and Percy stopped to take exactly ten deep breaths. He closed his eyes, the boat completely still.

His hands stopped shaking to the point he could grab the oar and paddle to his ship.

imagine wasting your ENTIRE SUMMER handing some rich 24-year-old dickhead with narcissistic personality disorder half a mill… like i really couldn’t think of anything sadder

8

Black-Blue (Dimir) Mill Package

I love mill. I don’t talk about it nearly as much as I want to. It is, put simply, the best mechanic without a keyword in the game. I’m calling it now. Quote, Max - 2016.
For those who are unfamiliar with this beautiful mechanic, the premise is to systematically remove cards from your opponent’s libraries causing them to lose when they try to draw from an empty library. Now, I hear you, isn’t that extremely difficult in EDH? Isn’t having 100 cards in a deck plus having only a small pool of cards to select from working against you? The answer is yes. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try! With that, I introduce to you the 1x8 package based around Black and Blue mill.

Note: For the sake of simplicity every time I refer to Grinding what I mean is “Reveals cards from the top of your library until they reveal a land. Put all cards revealed this way into their owner’s library”. It is a colloquialism I use.

Phenax, God of Deception - I’m starting here with a legendary creature for two reasons. 1: He can be your commander. 2: He doesn’t have to be. He is an enabler to the mill strategy that can work as both a backup in your 99 or leading. Additionally, when he’s a creature, that 7 toughness helps to make himself an excellent miller.

Consuming Aberration - My personal favourite card of all time, if your deck is going well, Aberration will be a powerhouse of a card. It’s power and toughness equal to the number of cards in all opponent’s graveyards, in multiplayer that will always be incredible. Additionally, with the ability to grind each opponent whenever you cast a spell, thus enabling itself further, it on it’s own can be extremely powerful. Especially if your deck is on the control side. It also has synergies with Phenax.

Traumatize - Plain and simple. 5 mana, target player mills half their deck. Incredible.

Mindcrank - Turns any damage dealt to an opponent into incidental mill, thus giving your the option to change your strategy around as you need to. It might not do anything as soon as it enters the battlefield, but there are very many creatures that can use the number of cards in a graveyard to be strong.

Keening Stone - It might not seem like a lot at first, but will only get better with time. More useful as a final blow-out technique or as a timed milling trigger than methodical, even turn, milling. Also, combos with Traumatize.

Memory Erosion - Featuring the talented actor Nick Cage, Memory Erosion punishes your opponent for doing… well… anything (except play lands). What Consuming Aberration is to your spells, Erosion is to your opponent… except it still hits them. A solid card against your friend who plays storm (yes, we all have one).

Mind Grind - This card only gets better with age. While I don’t usually like to play cards with variable costs, it’s hard to deny their raw power. Mind Grind, allowing you to grind X gives decks that run lots of mana stones, or ways of generating lots of mana the ability to rip through someone’s deck. To any other deck, all you need is 37 mana to simply win. Sure, that might be a stretch, but it’s EDH, it’s meant to be a little janky.

Mind Funeral - A bit of an uncertain card. Extremely powerful in formats like Modern, Mind Funeral won’t be quite as powerful in EDH. More lands, less effect, however I believe that the card is still very useful. More powerful than Mind Grind by default, it can be a cheap method of milling quickly.

Quick round of honourable mentions and the reason they were cut. They are a good place to go if you want to start evolving your deck:

-Nephalia Drownyard - Not a spell, a little too slow.
-Tunnel Vision - Strictly a buildaround card. It’s great if you know your opponents deck and better if you can seal a card to the bottom. Otherwise, could easily do nothing.
-Glimpse the Unthinkable -

I rest my case
-Nemesis of Reason - I would argue that Phenax is a better card, but if you disagree that’s cool. It’s also $10
-Sphinx’s Tutelage - I really don’t have a particularly good reason. I believe that it just relies on your drawing than on them milling. However, it’s a good card.
-Grindstone - Really not too crash-hot in EDH since Painter’s Servant is banned. Too slow and taps itself. Worse than Tutelage in this case

Please excuse yet another long post. If you would rather shorter articles, please contact me directly

— Max, @commandtower-solring-go

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