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Mad Lib – Farm Life

This Magic Mad Lib is not brought to you by Old Macdonald (or FarmVille!), no matter what you might think. It was first heard on Episode 149 – How We Got Our Scars, where we talked at great length about the Scars Prerelease. I seem to remember opening really good stuff at that Prerelease, but I might just be making that up. Oh well, enjoy the Mad Lib!

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Creature:

Color:

Legendary Creature:

Creature:

Creature:

White Enchantment:

Green Instant:

Artifact:

Legendary Creature:

Sorcery:

Blue Aura:

Creature Type:

Enchantment:

Color:

Land:

White Aura:

Blue Sorcery:

Green Enchantment:

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7 Comments

  1. crazyknight27
    June 5, 2011 at 7:14 pm | Permalink

    The Runeclaw Bear crows in the darkness of morning. The Green sun hasn’t yet risen, but life on the farm doesn’t wait. Farmer Brion Stoutarm slowly gets out of bed, rubs his/her eyes, and starts another day.

    The first task is to collect Master Transmuter eggs from the nest. Most will sell, but three will be saved for breakfast. Then, it’s time to milk the Bottle Gnomess. This task requires a Journey to Nowhere head and hand, because they tend to Mutagenic Growth unwary farmers. After milking, they must be fed a large amount of Voltaic Keys to keep their strength up. Once this food is collected, the real work begins.

    Farmer Brion Stoutarm and farmhand Sharuum the Hegemon head out to the back 40 acres to begin the process of Destructive Forceing the ground. This process is hard and can Ice Cage many farmers. This is necessary, however, for a good seeding and crop. Our farm here specializes in growing Slivers beans and Necropotence peas, with a side lot of Black corn mostly for the farm’s consumption. This farm’s land was converted from rocky Crypt of Agadeems, so it takes twice as much work as other farms, but our farmers are fortified by Holy Strength.

    As the sun sets, the farmers head back in for a night of Preordain before starting over again tomorrow. Farm life isn’t easy, but it’s a Sylvan Library way to live.

  2. erererer rererere
    June 15, 2011 at 8:30 am | Permalink

    The birds of paradise crows in the darkness of morning. The red sun hasn’t yet risen, but life on the farm doesn’t wait. Farmer kokusho the evening star slowly gets out of bed, rubs his/her eyes, and starts another day.

    The first task is to collect sakura-tribe leder eggs from the nest. Most will sell, but three will be saved for breakfast. Then, it’s time to milk the blade splicers. This task requires a oblivion ring head and hand, because they tend to Mutagenic Growth unwary farmers. After milking, they must be fed a large amount of sphere of the sunss to keep their strength up. Once this food is collected, the real work begins.

    Farmer kokusho the evening star and farmhand Elesh norn, grand cenobite head out to the back 40 acres to begin the process of glimpse the unthinkableing the ground. This process is hard and can followed footsteps many farmers. This is necessary, however, for a good seeding and crop. Our farm here specializes in growing spirit beans and phyrexian unlife peas, with a side lot of blue corn mostly for the farm’s consumption. This farm’s land was converted from rocky watery graves, so it takes twice as much work as other farms, but our farmers are fortified by holy strength.

    As the sun sets, the farmers head back in for a night of compulsive research before starting over again tomorrow. Farm life isn’t easy, but it’s a beastmaster ascension way to live.

  3. Dylan
    August 19, 2011 at 12:43 am | Permalink

    The Questing Phelddagrif crows in the darkness of morning. The Green sun hasn’t yet risen, but life on the farm doesn’t wait. Farmer Teneb, the Harvester slowly gets out of bed, rubs his/her eyes, and starts another day.

    The first task is to collect Runeclaw Bears eggs from the nest. Most will sell, but three will be saved for breakfast. Then, it’s time to milk the Storm Crows. This task requires a Journey to Nowhere head and hand, because they tend to Unnatural Predation unwary farmers. After milking, they must be fed a large amount of Throne of Geths to keep their strength up. Once this food is collected, the real work begins.

    Farmer Teneb, the Harvester and farmhand Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite head out to the back 40 acres to begin the process of Concentrateing the ground. This process is hard and can Flight many farmers. This is necessary, however, for a good seeding and crop. Our farm here specializes in growing Brushwagg beans and Mortal Combat peas, with a side lot of White corn mostly for the farm’s consumption. This farm’s land was converted from rocky Swamps, so it takes twice as much work as other farms, but our farmers are fortified by Pacifism.

    As the sun sets, the farmers head back in for a night of Call to Mind before starting over again tomorrow. Farm life isn’t easy, but it’s a Treetop Bracers way to live.

  4. Phenox1707
    August 22, 2011 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    I love how erererer and Dylan both have the same farmhand. xD

    • Dylan
      August 22, 2011 at 7:28 pm | Permalink

      personally i like how my farmer turned out hahaha

  5. Phenox1707
    August 23, 2011 at 6:07 pm | Permalink

    Actually, yeah, that does fit xD Haha.

  6. Patrick Ortner
    October 20, 2012 at 3:12 pm | Permalink

    You guys should make an app for some of the things on your site, like mad libs for example so they can be done offline cause some people don’t have a connection every where they go. Then the could do magic mad libs on the go. :)

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