thebestmysticknight:

brokenfiend:

Being fed up with just taking footage from the Japanese, Saban went and did their own completely original show.

AND BY GOD WAS IT GLORIOUS.

So sad it never went past one season :c

I hear ya. The second season would have been awesome!

kane52630:

The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog

(via thebestmysticknight)

niadraws:

Deirdre, Mystic Knights of Tir na Nog.I’m pretty bummed about this show having slipped off the 90’s radar.

niadraws:

Deirdre, Mystic Knights of Tir na Nog.
I’m pretty bummed about this show having slipped off the 90’s radar.

(via thebestmysticknight)

Random question: who remembers the Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog?

coriell1 said: I think one of the depressing things about Khans not being a wedge block, similar to Theros not being Enchantmirrodin, is that the mere existence of a wedge set makes seeing a wedge block at any point in the near future an impossibility. Is there any hope for those with dashed expectations?

markrosewater:

Let you in on a little bit of truth. The lesson of Shards of Alara block is there’s really not enough design space for an entire block of three-colored cards. You’ll notice that Shards of Alara block cheated by having Conflux have a strong five-color theme and Alara Reborn having the all-gold gimmick rely a lot more on two-color gold cards than three-colored.

The real reason you’re not going to see a wedge block in the future has nothing to do with the Khans of Tarkir block structure but on the fact that there just isn’t enough design space to really make a wedge block work. 

There are all sorts of factors at play. Three-color design is tricky to start with. Having a wedge block pushes you heavily toward having factions of some kind which even more narrows the design space. And then, three-color designs lean heavily on having elements of monocolor design to help fill things out (with things like charms and extra effects to make sure the spell feels like all three colors). That space just gets chewed up quickly making it hard to make more three-color designs that feel unique. 

There’s enough to make one really exciting large set and that’s what we’ve done. One of the things that drew us to wedge is the Khans of Tarkir block structure requires change so we wanted to do something that would be super exciting but would only fill the available space allowing us not to waste a theme that we could build a whole block around.

I use this blog to be bluntly honest with you all. Khans of Tarkir isn’t keeping you from getting a wedge block. Design space was keeping that from happening. Khans of Tarkir is allowing us to blow out the wedge theme in the most exciting way we can.

nyxweaver:

tlatotem:

mtg-talk:

Another day, another Khan! I think this is my favorite Khan so far, by the way. Or at least the one I’m most likely to build a commander deck out of!

I hope this trend Khan-tinues.

Booooo

nyxweaver:

tlatotem:

mtg-talk:

Another day, another Khan! I think this is my favorite Khan so far, by the way. Or at least the one I’m most likely to build a commander deck out of!

I hope this trend Khan-tinues.

Booooo

anuvia:

thatonenarga:

Aang deals with cultural appropriation - (x)

People need to stop reblogging this without the rest of the comic :^)

Part 1: Aang has a negative reaction to people who mistakenly hurt his feelings but had good intentions.

Part 2: Aang calms down and acknowledges that those people’s intentions were good and instead of being upset offers to educate and inform those people and SHARES his culture.

Good message there.

(Source: faineemae, via thetokutimelord)

Says the king of the sea while he’s on land

(Source: randomnessoffiction, via avacyn-guardian-angel)