Ha, i was just thinking about checking if there is a new one already.
Somehow, Thror's sig seems appropriate.
Looks pretty neat and I would try it if I didn't have RIFT and WoW and a dozen other console games to get through. I do like your Welch's grape jelly dude though.
I hate micro transactions, quite a bit. I would try it as it looks fairly good, but I need to finish Amnesia, Oblivion, etc first )=
Funden, do you draft on Magic Online? (saw your Vampire Nighthawk avatar)
Funden, do you draft on Magic Online? (saw your Vampire Nighthawk avatar)No, I just play the card game (real cards. Something about it is better than online to me).E: Does it cost to get an online account/switch cards over? If it's free, I may try it.
You cannot switch real cards to virtual, but if you get a full set of virtual, you can exchange them for real cards.There is no subscription cost, but you do have to purchase cards, whether it be on Ebay or MTGOTraders or from Wizards.I actually have most of my RL decks on MTGO because it lets me play them against new people, but I rarely play anymore because of the new cards and rule changes.
Meh. I already have RL decks, not gonna waste money on virtual ones when there's better things I could buy.
I hate freaking Vampire Nighthawk since my brother took it from me. <:(
Aw )=I love my vampire deck.
Meh. I already have RL decks, not gonna waste money on virtual ones when there's better things I could buy.If you like Magic, you really should give MTGO a shot. I used to only play paper magic as well, but have since swapped over almost completely (I still go to the occasional prerelease). Here's why:First off, there are way more people you can play with/against. Even if you have a big group of friends you currently play with, the variation playing online offers can't be matched. Moreover, it's extremely convenient to be able to log on whenever you want and know that there are tons of games going on.As far as cost is concerned, it can be as cheap or as expensive as you want it to be. For instance, if you want to keep costs down, you can play in the 'Pauper' format, where everyone only uses common cards. There are tons of people who play this, and it can be very competitive. They even host pauper tourneys with nice prizes. The money it takes to buy common cards is minimal. Unless you're on TANF or currently receiving foodstamps, you can likely afford to play.On top of pauper, there are numerous other formats you can participate in, whether it's vintage, blocks, standard, extended, etc."Leagues" are something else that you might find very fun without being too costly, but haven't been reintroduced yet (should go live soon). Here's how they work: Entry consists of 5 booster packs and 2 tickets (about $20 bucks). You and 255 other players open your packs and make the best 40 card deck possible. Each week, everyone gets to add another booster pack to their existing pools for a total of 4 weeks. Throughout each week, your first five games count toward your score, and you get awarded additional packs according to your ranking. Basically, a whole month of league play would run about $30 bucks, and you have a good chance of getting additional packs. Did I mention it's TONS of fun?If money isn't that big an issue, I'd highly recommend doing booster drafts. If you aren't already familiar with the concept of drafting, I'd be more than happy to explain. This is my favorite thing to do in Magic, and pretty much the only thing I do when I'm online.Anyway, if you're seriously interested, I'd be happy to walk you through everything in-game. Heck, I can even give you a bunch of cards since all I do is draft... Lemme know :D
I may check it out when money isn't so tight.
Ok, np.Just saying though... I literally have thousands of common cards online that I'll never use :) If you log on, feel free to add me in your buddy list: username = variable303 I'd be happy to walk you through stuff.
Yeah, the energy is very similar to how Vindictus's cash system works, and that game has a decent sized community for being f2p.I know you didn't say anything about it, but is there PvP?
I finally got around to watching this before work this morning. I actually kinda want to try it out. I'll have to con someone into playing with me, though, otherwise it just isn't the same.