Struggling to find a woman that will touch you on a voluntary basis? Do you have zero expectations in life in general? Well, why not start shuffling a deck of cards instead of yourself?! That’s right, Magic the Gathering 2014 now gives virgins a new hope of doing something more constructive with their life instead of leering at women in bus shelters.
In honor of Black History Month I’ll be posting periodically to celebrate black women artists. To kick it off here is a sample of some of my favorites, especially Alison Saar, a prolific artist with a varied body of art but still with a very distinct style.
Being both black and female puts these artists at a double disadvantage in a world where the white male is far more revered and sought after. These women should always be celebrated, but let’s use this month to showcase some of the best and favorites!
The above are (in order) Michalene Thomas, Lorna Simpson, Ellen Gallagher, and Alison Saar.
This equipment feels a little overcosted for what it does, but I feel like it’s power is a little understated. Four mana for an equipment is fine, but that equip cost of three often dissuades people from wanting to use it. The buff of +2/+2 and haste kinda justify that cost, but the last bit of can’t attack you or can’t be sacrificed is where this equipment shows it’s use. you can give the equipped creature to someone, and aside from it dying in combat, you’ll get it back. This card works great with Zurgo Helmsmasher, giving him to everyone and forcing him to attack everyone, being indestructible on everyone’s turn, and just causing general chaos that way. Otherwise, it’s a good equipment that stops you from sacrificing creatures, so a grave pact heavy meta may be the perfect place for this card.
“average person cuts off 3 ears per year” factoid actualy just statistical error. average person cuts off 0 ears per year. Georg Cooper, who lives in Corus and cuts off over 10,000 each day, is an outlier adn should not have been counted