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Episode 95 – Classical Mechanics

Sir Isaac NewtonOn this episode, we’ve got a cameo by my new roomie Scott. He’s one of my best and oldest friends, and he was one of the people I played Magic with back in the days of Homelands when I played the first time. But that’s just the intro, there’s a lot more where that came from.

First up, there’s Planechase. As of this recording, two of the decks had been shown, so of course we have to go over those. We give you an in-depth into each of the planar cards, and we mention the Magic decks as they relate to the planes. There’s lots of discussion and the usual bickering.

Dirk came up with a great topic for this episode. We’re going to take a look at some of the mechanics of old and tell you about the ones we think are great, and the ones we think are crap. Where do you think Cycling fits in? What about Radiance? Sweep? Ninjutsu? Let’s not forget Flashback and Shadow. Hit the forums and let us know what mechanics you really liked or really hated.

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One Comment

  1. May 30, 2012 at 2:33 am | Permalink

    Heh. Brian said “hard-on.”

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