Strictly Eternal 101 – The Balance

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again and we’re here to talk about Balancing Acts of the 1500’s! Well, actually, no we’re not. But that would be kind of cool, don’t you think? No, this time we’re here to talk about the real balance between this silly little game and the dreaded notion of real life. Yes, I know this is not totally Eternal MTG related, but hey, it’s still important to talk about. It can be very easy to be 100% invested in Magic at all times. There’s so much content out there to devour that it can be very simple

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The Great Hunt: Book Two of the Wheel of Time

A little bit further down the rabbit hole we go:   Robert Jordan’s The Great Hunt is Book Two of the Wheel of Time series and takes place immediately after Book One, The Eye of the World. Which is good, since the end of Book One left us with plenty of questions. Not that all of those questions get answered in Hunt. In fact, you will probably end up with more questions than answers to questions by the end of it, but they will mostly be new questions and readers can often puzzle out some of the answers themselves. Again,

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Strictly Eternal 101 – Burning Man, Legacy Style!

Howdy folks, it’s time again for another edition of Hunka Hunka Burning Love! Or rather, a little Legacy! This week we’re continuing to look at decks that don’t cost all that much in Legacy. This is another entry into the Budget world, and the deck that most often piloted by Legacy players new to the format: Legacy Burn! This version of Burn goes deep on the extreme budget friendly option, eschewing fetchlands for a very simple 19 Mountain manabase. Let’s take a look at the decklist, shall we? The Core of the Deck At a cool $200 even (most of that

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Bloodborne: Dark Souls’ Gothic Cousin

Welcome to Yharnam, where your nightmare can and will kill you early and often. Bloodborne has all the trappings of a From Software Souls’ game but with a grimmer, more Gothic feel. While not connected to the Dark Souls world, this PlayStation 4-exclusive title knows why players love these games, and continues to deliver on its high standard of excellence. Unlike Dark Souls games, you are given an idea of what you are supposed to be about in Bloodborne. Granted, it does not lay out everything, and certainly hides important details from the you. But compared to its cousins, Bloodborne’s

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