you know who’s wet, horny and naked
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This was one of my favorite lines from the entire series. So much sass.
10 Terrifying two-sentence horror stories
"I just saw my reflection blink."
WHY THE FUCK DID I READ THIS RIGHT BEFORE BED???
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Ok, so this is how it goes:
D casts the spell, all three Chimeras trigger.
The triggers go on the stack in APNAP order, which is A, then B, then C.
C’s trigger resolves first. When it does, he can exchange the Chimera for D’s spell. We’ll say he does.
Next, B’s trigger resolves, and he can exchange his Chimera for C’s spell. He does.
Next, A’s trigger resolves, and he can exchange his Chimera for B’s spell. He does.
End result: A controls the spell, B, C, and D all have Chimeras.
In other words, the player whose turn it is soonest will always get the last say when multiple Chimeras are involved. (A on D’s turn, B on A’s turn, etc.)
lvl1judge said: Wouldn’t player D end up with all the chimaera’s since it’s ability is on the cast trigger?
No. The trigger exchanges the Chimera for the spell, so whoever controls the spell as the exchange is about to take place gets the Chimera.
I think I might see where some confusion could come in. The reason each player ends with one Chimera is because the exchange will happen before the next player makes a decision. By the time Player B decides to gain control of the spell, it is Player C’s, not Player D’s anymore.
Whenever I am about to die to a very large army of say, Very Large Eldrazi, I always pull out my phone and play this song on my last turn. It makes dying a little more acceptable…
Can u believe there are plants that are illegal
Can you believe there is love that is illegal
Can you believe there are people that are illegal
Ricin (from Abrus precatorius), statutory relationships (I’m talking large age difference), and serial killers. Yup, I can believe it.
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT THIS SCENE
OK, so this scene wasn’t originally scripted. RTD added it into the script based on Bernard Cribbins’ experience of the war.
Bernard Cribbins fought in World War Two
Bernard Cribbins never killed a man
And Bernard Cribbins is incredibly proud of that.
AND IN THAT MOMENT I LOVED WILFRED MOTT’S CHARACTER EVEN MORE!!