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head a little west. ignore the tall rock pillar with a shrine on top for now, since rpg heroes aren't very good at climbing. just work your way south until you see something unique to this world: a patch of green. yes, in a world with more brown and grit than a modern first-person shooter, there is something of color. enter it.
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hey duders, today is the beginning of prerelease weekend for khans of tarkir and i thought that a good topic to cover for my first magic: the gathering specific blog post would be what makes the “fetch-lands” of khans so good. the fetch-lands are some of the most powerful lands ever printed, but the things that make them so valuable are subtle and as such they are often overlooked by newer
a nasa spacecraft traveling 4 billion miles from earth has sent back its first close-up pictures of the most distant celestial object ever explored, and it looks like a reddish snowman.