To celebrate the holiday season, I’m decorating trees and stomp face with big beatsticks. Might contain Teeth and/or Nails…
Tag Archives: green
Blaming the Nectarpot he’s black
Why would anyone do that? Kazandu Nectarpot is obviously green! There is no reason why one could ever call it black. Unless… Kazandu Nectarpot was one of the cards that interested me a lot when opening my Zendikar Rising Bundle. The card itself is not that special – gaining a life when a land comesContinue reading “Blaming the Nectarpot he’s black”
All good things come in swarms
Zendikar Rising is upon us and I’m stoked for the new set and what it offers casual players. I think there are a lot of cool cards to brew around and it seems that landfall based decks are getting quite some fuel. I loved landfall as a mechanic from the first time I saw it,Continue reading “All good things come in swarms”
How to harden your scales Simic style?
This week’s article is about Hardened Scales, so a big part of the theme is +1/+1 counters. Who would’ve guessed? Hardened Scales is an enchantment that can come down as quickly as turn one and every time a counter is placed on a creature you control, it gets an extra counter. Pretty simple and notContinue reading “How to harden your scales Simic style?”
Harnessing Dryad Sligh
When I play Magic, I like to do things, make an impact on the board. Playing spells, laying down creatures, develop my mana. I don’t want to sit around and wait for someone else to do something, so I can respond to that. And because I like to do stuff during the games I play,Continue reading “Harnessing Dryad Sligh”
Starting of with… squirrels!
I feel the first entry on my Magic blog/site should be about the deck I have the longest. My first deck doesn’t exist anymore for a long time and at that time I didn’t write my decklists down. Only thing I do remember is that it was monogreen, had somewhere around 80 cards with onlyContinue reading “Starting of with… squirrels!”