Why yes Sir I am ! I’ve lived in a few other towns and rather happy with Barrie, Ontario - Georgian College, great bars, and lovely waterfront. That, and of course OMG! Games - not the biggest gaming store but very well supported by the gaming community and a top notch bunch of MTG players. The only mark against Barrie is that dreadful business with that arse-clown Jason Nevill.
Funny thing, I’ve actually been through and to Barrie a lot as a kid. I live up in Northern Ontario, so if I’m headed towards the Toronto area I have to travel through there.
During Future Sight, I messed around with doing a cycle of spells based on the Double cards from Unglued. They did something during the current game and the start of the next game. Magic Online can’t track between games so the cycle wasn’t something that could be programmed so I pulled it from the set.
An example of how MTGO keeps neat things from being printed.
Equipped creature has defender and “2, T: Other creatures you control gain trample and get +X/+X until end of turn, where X is this creature’s power.”
What once soared high above Tarkir is now reduced to a seat.
219/269 - Daarken
This card sounds like the kind of thing you’d run in a token Kemba deck.
In relation to my earlier post: I’m totally willing to see your point of view, I just don’t understand why the narrative of a story has to suffer because people are ignorant of it. Feel free to convince me otherwise as long as you’re civil.
If this offends you feel free to unfollow me, but: If you were offended or triggered by the art of Triumph of Ferocity, then you probably shouldn’t be playing a game where super powered wizards trying to brutally murder each other. So what do you want to happen, should Wizards just never show any violence between a man and a woman? Is it fine if it looks like Liliana is assaulting someone? I don’t understand you people at all.