Magic the Gathering Codes of Conduct

mtgfan:


The man called Taigam is known as Sidisi’s Hand, the personal enforcer of the Sultai khan. But Taigam was not always Sultai, and his former clanmates have not forgotten him.
To learn more about the Sultai, check out the Planeswalker’s Guide.
The Marang River flowed through Sultai territory, deep into the jungle and around many of their most illustrious palaces. Along the river, far from these palaces, were less regal settlements—homes of farmers and fishermen, built on raised wooden stilts and platforms. Although the marshy jungle was inhospitable to most, some had found the means to make a living, but only enough to scrape by. Their stomachs were as empty as their purses, and the small town of Kishla was in debt to the Sultai. They couldn’t remember if it was for taxes or outright extortion, but they knew that Sidisi’s Hand was there to collect. What the town could call its leadership was a small group of men and women who only were forced to get together and congregate when dealing with the Sultai.

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The man called Taigam is known as Sidisi’s Hand, the personal enforcer of the Sultai khan. But Taigam was not always Sultai, and his former clanmates have not forgotten him.
To learn more about the Sultai, check out the Planeswalker’s Guide.
The Marang River flowed through Sultai territory, deep into the jungle and around many of their most illustrious palaces. Along the river, far from these palaces, were less regal settlements—homes of farmers and fishermen, built on raised wooden stilts and platforms. Although the marshy jungle was inhospitable to most, some had found the means to make a living, but only enough to scrape by. Their stomachs were as empty as their purses, and the small town of Kishla was in debt to the Sultai. They couldn’t remember if it was for taxes or outright extortion, but they knew that Sidisi’s Hand was there to collect. What the town could call its leadership was a small group of men and women who only were forced to get together and congregate when dealing with the Sultai.

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mtgfan:

The man called Taigam is known as Sidisi’s Hand, the personal enforcer of the Sultai khan. But Taigam was not always Sultai, and his former clanmates have not forgotten him.

To learn more about the Sultai, check out the Planeswalker’s Guide.

The Marang River flowed through Sultai territory, deep into the jungle and around many of their most illustrious palaces. Along the river, far from these palaces, were less regal settlements—homes of farmers and fishermen, built on raised wooden stilts and platforms. Although the marshy jungle was inhospitable to most, some had found the means to make a living, but only enough to scrape by. Their stomachs were as empty as their purses, and the small town of Kishla was in debt to the Sultai. They couldn’t remember if it was for taxes or outright extortion, but they knew that Sidisi’s Hand was there to collect. What the town could call its leadership was a small group of men and women who only were forced to get together and congregate when dealing with the Sultai.

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mana-screwed:

edh-maniac:

mtgbrother:

When you’re in big trouble in edh and your allies be like…


I have never seen anything so accurately describe my entire play group ._.

This is so accurate that it hurts.

I’m kind of a dick when I play in a group. Even if something threatening enters the battlefield, I won’t kill it unless it affects me.

mana-screwed:

edh-maniac:

mtgbrother:

When you’re in big trouble in edh and your allies be like…

I have never seen anything so accurately describe my entire play group ._.

This is so accurate that it hurts.

I’m kind of a dick when I play in a group. Even if something threatening enters the battlefield, I won’t kill it unless it affects me.


Hey mark I heard one of the question marks talking about a flying purple hippo (don't remember what its called) in ktk. What are they talking about from rjruiz3

markrosewater:

It’s talking about a card not in Khans. It’s called Phelddagrif from the set Alliances. It’s an anagram of “Garfield Ph.D” (the PR department always referred to him with his doctorate degree). The card itself is an inside joke about how the game would never have a flying purple hippo.

Well I guess that answers THAT question.