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Hello ye’ Smelly Scalawags, here’s a fresh batch of generals that stretch and lube the rules of Edh and bend them over on their axis. They go as far as altering deck construction and brake the unspoken law of “no legendary flip creatures” as your gen gen. Also note that there is no way in Hell I’d ever put the text ‘God card’ on a Magic card, though I probably should have put it on Heather, but I didn’t because this isn’t Yu-gi-oh! yo!

Finally: Wizards of the Coast and other artists own all the art, rights and likenesses I am compiling to create fun and exploitative generals for mine and your Edh decks, so this is a toast to all great artists of Deviantart.com and the fine soldiers that make Magic the Gathering possible, and yes! I will always copy and paste this. PWTR

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Hi there my faithful spawns and masterful tacticians, here’s another round on me! Today I send a special nod to one of my favorite deviant artists Artgerm and to the fine ladies of Gotham. (*cough* and at S.E.E.S.) So let me know what you think, sorry it’s been so long, but enjoy and play safe.

Finally: Wizards of the Coast and other artists own all the art, rights and likenesses I am compiling to create fun and exploitative generals for mine and your Edh decks, so this is a toast to all great artists of Deviantart.com and the fine soldiers that make Magic the Gathering possible, and yes! I will always copy and paste this. PWTR

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Alright, now I know the Orianna is complicated, but I had to get as close to her character as I felt was humanly possible. Also I really wanted to make her after watching Corn’s performance piloting her last night/this morning at the League of Legends World’s Semi-Finals. Well ladies, I am off to watch the Twerking Dead premier! Hope you nerds enjoy your cards. PWTR, SIGNING OFF!

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Round 2: Fight!

First off: Wizards of the Coast and other artists own all the art, rights and likenesses I am compiling to create fun and exploitative generals for mine and your Edh decks, so this is a toast to all great artists of Deviantart.com and the fine soldiers that make Magic the Gathering possible. PWTR

Today I went with one of each mono color general. Also I learned how captions work, so if you want a description of the general (Commander), that’s where you’ll find it. Tomorrow I will drop five more generals. Comment and let me know what you think and who you want me to make.

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First off: Wizards of the Coast and other artists own all the art, rights and likenesses I am compiling to create fun and exploitative generals for mine and your Edh decks, so this is a toast to all great artists of Deviantart.com and the fine soldiers that make Magic the Gathering possible. PWTR

Today I am bringing you two of Nintendo’s and the gaming industry’s largest characters, Samus Aran of Metroid, and Link from the Legend of Zelda.

Let’s start off with Samus: Clearly at first glance you get a sense of the protection the Power Suit would provide, Absorb 2, then there’s the matter of her Pro green and Pro black. Samus as a considerable and extensive amount of experience when it comes to combating the Metroid, and the Mother Brain, so I saw it fair to grant her these protections. See how I feel is, the Metroid would sit somewhere between being the colors black and/or green. It’s little to no surprise that she comes with the cumulative ability of powering up. (Not as in the literal MTG Cumulative Upkeep ability that usually sucks to keep up on.) But the ability to empower her weapon’s systems and unleash a powerful blast at her fated foe, much like a ledge hording douchebag in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, yes Chase, I’m talking about you.

Now let’s talk about Zelda, I mean Link: We’ve all played our fair share of Zelda games to know that our favored hero usually embarks on his journeys alone, or at least prefers to, because we all remember being consistently harassed with, “Hey! Listen!” right? So I gave this Master Sword wielding Hylian Exalted. Next up, no matter how hard it gets, Link keeps on pushing forward. So when your opponent, or opponent’s, keep unleashing their onslaught of spells, Link finds the will to assemble the Triforce. (Power, Wisdom and Courage). And with all the shards of the Triforce he gains the power to wish the prevention of destruction, to banish the evil Ganondorf, or even save his Princess Zelda.

Both pieces of fanart that I used here have been created by the great Deviant-artist tommasorenieri. I would highly recommend taking a peep at some their works. This has been PWTR, Thanks for reading.

I have a few pieces coming out next week that have been request by a few of our fans over at MTGcodeofconduct, so stay on the lookout for your requested pieces to be dropped off.

 

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First off: Wizards of the Coast and other artists own all the art, rights and likenesses I am compiling to create fun and exploitative generals for mine and your Edh decks, so this is a toast to all great artists of Deviantart.com and the fine soldiers that make Magic the Gathering possible, and yes! I will always copy and paste this. PWTR

Giant clashing robots, cloned mutant terrors, and comic relief that progresses the story. Pacific Rim is every manchild’s dream, so today I’m dedicating this round of Commandos to the specific Pacific Rim. Also note, I created these two Commanders so that they’d trade off in an awesome way.

Gypsy Danger: This rendition of the once Mach-3 Jaeger is my idea of what it was after its first encounter with Knifehead. Which of course means it’s upgrades and of course, Asian babe pilot, Ms. Mako Mori. Gypsy Danger of the PPDC (Pan Pacific Defense Corps) has amazing stand up game and is capable of handling multiple opponents and needing to be handled by numerable Kaiju. If he attacks and only triggers off one of his provoke abilities on a creature its controller desperately wants to rid of, the defending now has the option of not assigning an additional blocker and forcing Gypsy through.

Knifehead: Knifehead felt like just another mess to clean up for the brothers Yancy and Raleigh, but unknown to them that he would be their great demise. The effects and damage by Knifehead are semi-permanent. You did destroy Gypsy Danger, but inevitably it was just rebuilt, but he didn’t just trade Kaiju Blue (blood) for metal, he took Raleigh’s brother to the grave with him. You may remove the -1/-1 counters from your creature or reanimate it as well, but you’ll remember the beast that did it all to you. He also enjoys long walks on the beach, so I gave him Islandwalk; or her, I’m not checking though! I don’t want to see that creepy/crappy Deviantart fan art hentai stuff on accident.