Magic: the Gathering - Board Game
A rather interesting announcement during last weekend’s Pro Tour Khans of Tarkir tournament in Honolulu. It appears that Wizards of the Coast may be launching a MTG ‘strategy board game’ during the international gaming convention ‘SPIEL’ in Essen, Germany.
With only two images as shown above to speculate upon and no further details, your guess is as good as any. There does appear to be a miniature figure shown above (and it looks a lot like Chandra). Guess away - what do you think about this latest development ?
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In case you needed proof adulthood is magic…
#6. A Giant-Size, Working Version of Mouse Trap
[Mark] Perez spent a decade and a half of his life building a 25-ton version of the game that uses an actual bathtub instead of a plastic one, and a bowling ball instead of a little marble. This monumentally unstable beast actually manages to operate as intended, which is something we could never get the original plastic counterpart to do. You can see the ball going around the whole circuit, triggering all the different mechanisms…
For all we know, there’s also dead outside.
#5. The Walking Dead: Rick Survives His Coma Because He’s a Walker
In a world where dead people are reborn as mindless, flesh-eating zombies, the biggest reality stretch comes in The Walking Dead's first episode. Rick, the main not-zombie, wakes up in an abandoned hospital after a long coma. When we say “abandoned,” we don't mean “everyone went home for the night save for one drunk at the switchboard” — we mean it was fucking abandoned. Everyone's dead or undead, and it's been this way for at least two months. So how the fuck did Rick survive? He sat there for weeks, unmolested by zombies, like a BLT in a force field. Furthermore, his IV couldn't have lasted more than a few hours, meaning he somehow went months sans food or water. Not only should he be starved, delirious, and brain-dead, he should be dead, period.
Unless … he’s actually not a not-zombie.