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Q
So the Theros fat pack guide came out today, and I noticed the section of Ashiok uses male pronouns. Have you reconsidered the former version, with Ashiok being ungendered?
A

dougbeyermtg:

No. Despite the pronouns used in the player’s guide of the Theros fat pack, Ashiok’s gender is officially unspecified.


Q
I just want to say thank you, Wizards of the Coast. Your dedication to diversity and representation is truly a paragon in the often problematic gaming community. All of the diversity of race with the humans of Theros was beautiful, and it is wonderful to see the trend continue with Tarkir. Most of, making THREE OUT OF FIVE of the Khans female is an unprecedented move, and it's one of the coolest things from Khans so far. WotC is a loadstar,it's awesome to see that WotC gets that rep. matters.
A

markrosewater:

It’s something we work hard to do so I’m glad it’s appreciated.


Q
"Note there is a difference between each monocolor making sense and the color working together as part of a trio" Could you extrapolate a bit about this theme of design?
A

markrosewater:

The flavor of color combinations is more complex than just an additive of the two monocolors. Izzet has qualities, for instance, not found in monoblue or monored.


Q
So, is Khans of tarkir not going to be a wedge block? That is, will the 'wedge theme' only be present in the first set of the block, or will it be there in the other sets?
A

markrosewater:

As I said at the SDCC panel. Khans of Tarkir, the set, is wedge. Khans of Tarkir, the block, is not.


ramblingsofachronicallyillteen:

You know you’re chronically ill when you actually want something to show up on tests because that proves everyone who said you were faking it wrong.

(via concussedperspective)


eleganceliberty:

This movie gave me some massive feels, especially for these two.

eleganceliberty:

This movie gave me some massive feels, especially for these two.

(via thesmokingspear)


raideo:

thememorythatcarrieson:

fuckyesdeadpool:

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Deadpool

LOST MY SHIT AT DEADPOOL

WASNT INTERESTED IN REBLOGGING TILL I SAW THE DEADPOOL ONE OMFG

(via wilwheaton)


robothugscomic:

New Comic!

Yeah, I keep seeing this ‘slippery slope’ argument coming up. I really have no idea what they think they’re referring to

but if it’s anything like this comic, then fuck, they’re on to us. 


It’s about nine people looking into the blackness of space and seeing nine different things.

(via nephbit)


reversingyourpolarity:

Anxiety is like perpetually hearing the boss/enemy music but never seeing the threat.

(via goodnight-vale)


squeaky-fangirl:

darning-socks:

((The ability to appreciate and evaluate human aesthetic is not determined by your sexuality))

THANK YOU

(via goodnight-vale)


Friend: what time do you usually go to bed?
Me: 10:30ish sometimes 4

stick-em-with-the-pointy-end:

coconutchris:

superwholockmervenger:

☼ Hufflepuff Common Room

“It was round, earthy and low-ceilinged; it always felt sunny, and its circular windows had a view of rippling grass and dandelions. There was a lot of burnished copper about the place, and many plants, which either hang from the ceiling or sat on the windowsills. The overstuffed sofas and chairs were upholstered in yellow and black, and the dormitories were reached through round doors in the walls of the common room. Copper lamps cast a warm light over the four-poster beds, which were covered in patchwork quilts, and small copper bed warmers hung on the walls, in case of cold feet.”

This is so beautiful and I’m not even a hufflepuff.

(via nerdy-knitting-german)


k-lionheart:

renmorris:

Wtnv + trees

Say! What kind of fantastic trees have you got growing around here?

The livestock one made me question and rethink
everything

(via nephbit)