I Love Card Games

Lesser known fact about me: I adore card games. From Cards Against Humanity to Magic: The Gathering, I love using little cardboard rectangles (often worth a lot of money) to win in contests of skill and wit.

And luck.

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Top Ten Most Anticipated Cards From Hearthstone’s The Grand Tournament-Part 2

If you haven’t already, go check out part one of this article.

For the rest of you, it’s time for the top five!

#5:¬†King’s Elekk


Two words: card advantage. Continue reading

Top Ten Most Anticipated Cards From Hearthstone’s The Grand Tournament-Part 1

Oh yeah, you read that title right. With the upcoming expansion of my favorite obsession coming out, I thought I would toss my hat into the ring, and tell you which cards I’m most excited about.

Now, I must warn you. You are not going to agree with my list. Once the cards actually come out in the game, I’m probably not even going to agree with this list. There are more than a hundred new cards and I had to whittle them down to only ten. So of course I’m going to miss some of the good ones.

Also I must stress that this is all just my opinion; feel free to disagree in the comments.

Alright, let’s go!

#10: Frost Giant

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What Ender’s Game (the book) taught me about video games, and life.


Alright, so it is a very well-known secret that books can change your outlook on life. Your very beliefs really. I mean what else is the Bible, then a book with huge influence? (No offense intended to any Christian or other bible minded individuals)

Everyone knows that books can have effects on life, can help you through decisions, and so on. But what people don’t always know, is that this applies to all books. Fiction as well as poetry, nonfiction as well as historical. All of them could change you.

For me there is a few books that did this. Brave New World, Illusions. But most of all, Ender’s Game. Continue reading