What god do you want at the prerelease? Well, you can increase your odds by picking the color with a chance of the god in the seeded pack! In BNG, we saw the multicolor gods placed in packs based on which color shows up first so assuming that pattern holds for JOU, these are the pairings. The most powerful promo looks to be Heroes’ Bane, which comes with a decent god, while the most sought after gods (Athreos and Keranos come with slightly weaker promos, although Keranos’ is still very good). We won’t know for sure until people report back from their prereleases, but if they follow the BNG pattern use this as a guide.
*clicks continue* *scrolls through photos*
Me: haha yeahh like I’m gonna find any body I kn..m-m-mom?
|| People be sayin they a Sonic fan, bitch I got dis Collectors Edition Monopoly. Step up yo gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaem ka;jbsntilu
And holy crap these photos looked way clearer on the calculator screen…..fffffuk
Painting things like surface wear and texture will always be my favorite thing to do. I just really enjoy my time painting these kinds of alterations. FOR SALE!
Auction Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/121319663336
- Artist: Mark Poole
- Card Name: Laughing Hyena
- Card Number: no 103
- Card Text: Gotcha Whenever an opponent laughs, you may say “Gotcha” If you do, return Laughing Hyena from your graveyard to your hand.
- Community Rating: 3 to 3.99
- Converted Mana Cost: 2
- Expansion: Unhinged
- Flavor Text: “Two muffins are baking in an oven. One muffin says to the other muffin, ‘It’s getting hot in here, huh?’ The other muffin says, ‘Aagh A talking muffin’”
- Mana Cost: [Green]
- P⁄T: 2 ⁄ 2
- Rarity: Common
- Types: Creature — Hyena
The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside
Theros Block → Expansions [2/3]
May the Fates aid any who venture into the night alone.
the mashup you didnt need.
Remember the time it was so hot in halifax that the lampposts melted because I completely forgot to post about it when I was actually in halifax so here it is 2 weeks late
They just look so tired and ready to give up.
this is an art installation
the melting point of steel is over 2,600 degrees fahrenheit