“Light gives of itself freely, filling all available space. It does not seek anything in return; it asks not whether you are friend or foe. It gives of itself and is not thereby diminished.”
   ―   Michael Strassfeld

Tiny Colorless Draw Engine

I was goldfishing my brand new Hope of Ghriapur deck tonight when I realized I had a pretty nice life/draw engine going. Four cards minimum are required.

1. Scrap Trawler

2. Thermal Navigator

3. Filigree Familiar

4. Myr Retriever


Sacrifice Filigree Familiar to Thermal Navigator, Draw 1
Sacrifice Myr Retriever to Navigator, return Familiar to hand
Recast Familiar, gain 2 life
Sacrifice Familiar to Navigator, Scrap Trawler triggers and return Retriever to hand, Draw 1
Recast Retriever then sacrifice it to Navigator, loop as mana allows

Cost reducers like Foundry Inspector and Cloud Key help a lot with this.

@blogging-phelddagrif I’d love to hear what you or anyone else think or would like to add to it.


Finally i posted my art on Tumblr again freaking miracle am I right?
So this is Synergy from Jem And The Holograms. I love that 80’s Cartoon so much so glad my mom told me about it. Anyways i did an 80’s version and my modern version of Synergy. The computer mom (jk)

Well hope ya like if not oh well.

I will be making an art blog soon

Not sure what I’ll call it yet but i think I’ll call it the Art blog of Star I’ll let you peeps know when it’s up and ready.

Unrelated photo of my bf and me ft my sister’s bf’s dog (get all that?).

I just got off a phone call that may bring good things for me. Sometimes the world works in mysterious ways.


Hi. I know I’ve been AWOL for like 5 months, and my excuse for that is this: I suck. Plain and simple.

Here’s a random, spontaneously written story that will hopefully suffice as an apology. It’s yet another friends-to-lovers story because I have an addiction to mass-producing this trope. I can’t be helped.

Summary: There are bad decisions. And then there’s sleeping with your best friend, who is also your other best friend’s brother, after their mother’s funeral.

Rating: M