Monday, September 27, 2010

Suggestive White Overtones

I never used to dual White. Actually, I think when I was a kid, White was my least favored color out of the five. Now days when I find myself in draft or in limited I almost always take White. Honor the Pure, Serra Angel, the fliers, the control... it's just very good in a limited and draft format.

When I was a teenager however, I don't think I remember any overbearing overtones to the color war.

And some cards certainly suggested... a color war.

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Emirite?

51 comments:

  1. Ha, yeah I always found the color war to be amusing. You can interpret colors in so many different ways, but the cliches always seem to win out in the popular imagination. Nice blog btw...following and supporting.

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  2. wow! i just remembered galdalf after seeing the second card!

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  3. I never thought of it like that! Nice blog

    Following,

    Mike,
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  4. So what happens when black Knight and White knight are on the battlefield together? Do they just ride past each other, spouting racial slurs?

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  5. Yeah pretty much Jackku they cannot block each other. I've had it happen to me in draft many times. I had the Black Knight on the table and the opponent had a White Knight.

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  6. magic? never played haha.
    but it looks interesting

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  7. LMAO THIS IS AWESOME! im pretty racist

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  8. i used to love playing Paladin en-Vec(look at his cost wtf...lol) buff him up with enchantments and be like hah bitch...and i assume the color war is for the books ,idk i dont read em lol. lol at the second card so true, awesome post thanks

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  9. the last one is a rare one right?

    remove cpatcha please

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  10. Removed the captcha for you fellow neckbeards.

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  11. Lol'd at the second pic...well done.

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  12. great blog :)

    follwin

    http://chilltimeitis.blogspot.com/

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  13. lol funny stuff, wish I had someone to play this with

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  14. Ok ! Supporting !

    tetru.blogspot.com

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  15. Wow! I was playing MtG in the past and I almost forgot it. I think it's time to take out my decks!

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  16. Nothing wrong with a little bit of Crusading in my books. :)

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  17. Lol nice, how'd you even notice that :D?
    i'm more of a YGO guy myself tho :P I'll make a post about it sooner or later, there's a link to the blog in my profile. Prepare for a YGO postage :P

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  18. LMAO! That card was hilarious. I prefer red and blue combo decks myself though recently been getting into green. Its all a matter of preference in the end.

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  19. Thanks for the comments on my last GTL blog post.

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  20. the second one looks like KKK member, or is that just me ?

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  21. @monetizingtech
    i agree on that.
    If you dont see that card as racist in some shape or form, you are normal...

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  22. Target black or Hispanic creature.

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  23. LMAO dude i fucking always joked about a card with the same name with my friends.

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  24. Next is black knight, hate on whitey

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  25. lol funny pics. used to play magic all the time

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  26. IDK the white is kind of minimalist classy etc

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  27. Hahahahaha xD Lol'd at the last one =D

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  28. i need that card in my deck. in fact i need a whole entire deck like that. not cause im racist but just because it so damn hellarious

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  29. thx for the great post! I will definitely come back for more!

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  30. Nice blog you have here bro,
    supporting and following~

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  31. I love that the Yugioh pun is worked in.

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  32. i used to play this constantly! Im glad i gave it up it took up sooo much time in my life lol, sadly i discovered WoW.........

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