As a holistic thinker, I don't see these two parts of my life as separate, but rather as intertwined elements that define who I am. As such, I feel like giving you all a glimpse of one aspect of my personal life will help you better understand how I approach my designs. One of the questions I always get is where my ideas come from. How do I find the cards and mechanics I need to fill my sets? As you will see, they come from a wide variety of different places in a wide variety of different ways. I am going to walk through numerous sets I've led in chronological order to explore how some aspect of each came to be.
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Old News: The Magic: the Gathering® Guy and That One Chick | delicioustacos
In this era of graphic-novels-as-blockbusters , pop-stars who give just-be-yourself pep talks , and the rising fame of, like, Jesse Eisenberg , is it OK to be a geek yet? Apparently not, at least judging by a Tuesday's Gizmodo post in which writer Alyssa Bereznak rants about dating a guy who turned out to be a world champion player of the collectible card game Magic the Gathering. The story's been chewed over plenty. The consensus, happily, is that Bereznak showed herself to be pretty lame by dismissing the guy just for playing Magic. But the underlying problem was in the article's intro, presumably written by Gizmodo's editors: "One person's Magic is another person's fingernail biting. Is that really true? Fingernail biting comes out of a diagnosable compulsion and can spread infection.
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This story sounds mean. It's about a girl judging a boy because he's a nerd like so many of us! But that's the point: Judging people on shallow stuff is human nature, and the magic and absurdity of online dating is how immediately and directly it throws that into relief. One person's Magic is another person's fingernail biting, and no profile in the world is deep enough to account for that.