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commandollar:

Hey there folks! I’m currently reading up on all the rules of magic in order to study for my Rules Advisor test (page 13 or 207…), but I realized I had not yet set up the post for the next give-away!

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300 Followers Give-Away!

commandollar:

Hey folks! The 200 follower give-away was an amazing success, so of course I’m going to continue it!

For the next 10 days, my “Another Day, Another CommanDollar!” posts will consist of potential generals for the EDH format. And you could potentially win one of your choice!

As with the previous…

commander w/nath

allthingsedh here’s my take on nath as a commander, instead of a tribal deck, i’d like to go as a discard/control the rock kind of deck, what do you think?

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markrosewater:

"Tales from the Pit" #698

cute

"Mamá, puedo ver la pelicula con el planeswalker y su sabueso, que se hicieron amigos de un leonino y dos criaturas artefacto?""Se llama ‘El Mago de Oz’, hijo"

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markrosewater:

"Tales from the Pit" #698

cute

"Mamá, puedo ver la pelicula con el planeswalker y su sabueso, que se hicieron amigos de un leonino y dos criaturas artefacto?"
"Se llama ‘El Mago de Oz’, hijo"

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analoghole:

ALL RIGHT YOU LITTLE SHITS LISTEN UP

analoghole:

ALL RIGHT YOU LITTLE SHITS LISTEN UP

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sushiandpie:

if youre down or sad tonight, watch this seal complain about going into the water and in general be a big baby

Video says:

During a fortunate opportunity as part of a research team studying population ecology of Weddell seals in the Antarctic, Jessica Farrer and myself were able to record this video of one of the seal pups, recently weaned by its mother and on its own to learn how to survive. A pup must first get in the water to be successful as a seal! For more information on the ongoing long-term research, check out the project’s website:http://www.weddellsealscience.com

Thanks to Lucdarling for the link!

Awesome and cute, follow the project website: http://www.weddellsealscience.com

(Source: pissyeti)

ikkinthekitsune:

Can I just talk about this for a second?

This little four year old girl is the spiritual representation of a seventeen year old who’s grown up believing herself to be defined entirely by an impersonal role.  Because of that, her Self has never aged past the point at which she learned of that identity, and she acts accordingly.  She could kind of fake it in the material world, of course — pretend to be fearless, use violence as an effective shield, wear a mask to appear as a fully-developed adult (if a rather dysfunctional one) — but it doesn’t work in the Spirit World, because in the Spirit World, your emotional state is your reality.

In the Spirit World, when she tries to use violence as a shield, she hurts harmless spirits that don’t deserve it (the baby dragon-bird) and enrages the powerful spirits against whom she herself is powerless.  Pretending to be fearless doesn’t work all that well, either.

It’s only when she realizes that she’s valuable, that she has something to offer of her own that makes her special — “I have light inside of me” — that she’s able to get the spirits to back off and transform them back into their proper light selves.

That moment of realization in the last panel there is so incredibly important to Korra’s growth, and I just want to wrap my arms around her and give her a hug for finally figuring it out.  She — Korra — has light inside of her.  She’s valuable, she’s worthy, she can help, and it’s not because she’s the Avatar, but because she’s Korra.  And, when she makes it up the mountain and places the dragon-bird in its nest where it belongs, proving herself as Korra, she reverts to her own proper age, because she’s now ready to be her own adult self instead of a spiritually-stunted permanent child.

(If Tarrlok and Noatak were to visit the Spirit World, they’d have both turned into children, too… and I’d say it’d be quite likely for spirit!Noatak to be younger than spirit!Tarrlok)

THIS.

(Source: lydiasgotstiles, via melbournese)

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claretinicity:

Bearded seal ponders on…
We watched this guy for about 30 minutes, I must have shot about 200 images in that time! I love this one as he seems to drum his fingers as if waiting for us to be gone!
Shot handheld from a Zodiac, Nikon D600, Tamron 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 VC

claretinicity:

Bearded seal ponders on…

We watched this guy for about 30 minutes, I must have shot about 200 images in that time! I love this one as he seems to drum his fingers as if waiting for us to be gone!

Shot handheld from a Zodiac, Nikon D600, Tamron 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 VC

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"At the end of the day, it is not essential to see whales and dolphins in real life to appreciate them. After all, it is possible to learn about the moon without actually standing on it."

The Nature Company Guide’s Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises (via orcaspirit)

(Source: fightingforwhales, via orcaspirit)