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  2. bluewatersapphire:

    Be hold my new poster just bought it
    Wondering if we gonna see this dude in kh 3

    Probably, Mickey Mouse is their flagship character.

    (via thisistheeveofdestruction)

     
  3. What’s really messing with me is the post in the gif on the post.

    (Source: notthedisneyyourelookingfor, via damnyoumodoshuffler)

     

  4. affinityforanime:

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    imakethecard:

    I made this to work with Elemental of Surprise, but I like it in its own right.

    Could probably find art for this one easily enough but I’m feeling lazy tonight.

    image

    Full art …because imakethecard was feeling lazy last night.

    Misaka…

    This one’s not all about the direct mana, though, it’s 3 creatures entering the battlefield, which can trigger a whole shitton of abilities, not to mention if you pair it with something that boosts creatures or tokens, or elementals, you’re dealing 6 damage. It’s a good card design, I love the full-art version with revisions, and would run it in a red-combo deck if I could.

     
  5. damnyoumodoshuffler:

    mangoestho:

    dagwolf:

    iwriteaboutfeminism:

    Fast-food workers protest in Cicero today, just west of Chicago. Part 1.

    Cmon, Cicero!

    EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT THIS

    Signal boost!

     
  6. imakethecard:

    accidentalhulk:

    imakethecard:

    I quite like the three-colour Charms in Alara, so I decided to try and make some two-colour cards with two options. (I also made some four-colour Commands. Expect to see them later.)

    I’m not exactly happy with the names here. “Request” is just kinda lame-sounding. But at least it fits in with Charm and Command. Suggestions would be appreciated.

    As for the designs themselves, I’m reasonably happy with them. But I think the green-black one might be too good.

    Request implies choice, which lets me think that these cards should let the opponent choose the spell, and then you choose the targets.

    I’d rather change the names than the effects. Any ideas?

    How about Agenda? Alternatively, you could use Mandate, Scroll, Coin (since it’s two options), Devices, or Essence. Use the “Could this be a Band Name” Rule.

     
  7. damnyoumodoshuffler:

    socialmtg:

    Seems like it’s just a worse journey to nowhere, but perfectly fine against a lot of Standard cards.

    Pretty bad, considering Journey to Nowhere exists…

    I’m really tired of the standard for design being “Well, it’s not as bad as THIS” because it promotes a race to the bottom. This is a decent card not because it’s a worse Journey to Nowhere, but because it’s removal that is both removable and limited. Journey into Nowhere was slightly broken and a bit out of pie.

     
  8. imakethecard:

    I quite like the three-colour Charms in Alara, so I decided to try and make some two-colour cards with two options. (I also made some four-colour Commands. Expect to see them later.)

    I’m not exactly happy with the names here. “Request” is just kinda lame-sounding. But at least it fits in with Charm and Command. Suggestions would be appreciated.

    As for the designs themselves, I’m reasonably happy with them. But I think the green-black one might be too good.

    Request implies choice, which lets me think that these cards should let the opponent choose the spell, and then you choose the targets.

     

  9. trapg0ds:

    joseguwop:

    " i want a 6’3 boy "
    bitch you need a job

    have a seat 

    men have preferences out the ass
    "i want a girl with big boobs, thick thighs, a big ass, a tiny waist, long hair, no makeup, preferably a mix a mix between beyonce and a kardashian"

    but if a girl has one preference, suddenly she’s an unemployed bitch

    fuck outta here with this bullshit this post is trash 

    "i want a girl with big boobs, thick thighs, a big ass, a tiny waist, long hair, no makeup, preferably a mix a mix between beyonce and a kardashian"

    bitch you need a job

    (via knaveofsmiles)

     
  10. imakethecard:

    I feel like I’m bring really negative today, but I don’t like it.

    This isn’t worth 13 mana. Being big and hard to kill is only gonna get you so far. And I don’t see much red here, mechanically.

    Wording’s iffy, too.

    Normally, I find Imakethecard to be a bit too harsh of a judge, but this time I’ll agree with him wholeheartedly. Resurrection and wither feels like a black mechanic, the wording doesn’t logically flow, you’ll want “if” instead of “when”

    The mana cost is very high, and even if it’s really strong and pseudo-undying. Additionally, Gods as it is, have indestructible. I don’t know if that’s what you’re attempting here, but it doesn’t work as well as it could. Plus, gods deal mainly in the devotion mechanic.

    One thing we don’t normally talk about is naming. A good rule to use when naming is “Does it sound like a rock band?” If yes, continue. If no, reconsider. Seriously, look at some cards and tell me I’m wrong.

    Also, just a pet peeve among the custom community. SOURCE YOUR ART. The artists spend hours crafting this stuff for their benefit, the least we can do is put their Deviant Art name or their actual name in the artist line.

    Here’s a rework of this card I would go for:

    Wrathful Berseker

    3(R/B)(R/B)

    Legendary Enchantment Creature - God Warrior

    6/6

    Wrathful Berserker is Indestructible.

    As long as your devotion to black and red is less than 7, Wrathful Berseker isn’t a creature.

    Wrathful Berserker attacks each turn if possible.

    Non-combat damage that would be dealt to Wrathful Berserker is dealt in the form of -1/-1 counters.

    If Wrathful Berserker would be sent to the graveyard from anywhere, exile it instead.

    ——-

    I dislike this reworking, but it fits current god rules. I think if we wanted to mess with it, we could find another wording for ‘god’ maybe “Deity” or “Celestial” to specify the difference and be able to remove the indestructibile, as I do like the flavor of the original abilities.

    Either way, take these into consideration, we’re always looking to improve ourselves, right?

    (Source: natsume-ashi)