Nov
07

5 Things to Boost your Metabolism & Have an Active Day

Posted Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 · By


Reposting this useful information from the recent application I have installed named Personality Development. I get the time to check some articles lately and this one got my attention as I can relate personally. It is of course very hard to stay healthy Read More→

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Nov
06

XLN Standard Deck Tech: Mono W Vampires

Posted Monday, November 6th, 2017 · By


One of the Standard deck techs that was featured at the Pro Tour Ixalan last weekend was the Mono White version of Vampires. We knew that the tribe has returned in the plane of Ixalan which looks like wearing some Spaniards uniform and this time with White Read More→

Categories : Magic The Gathering
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Oct
24

GP HK Preparations: Day 1 Trials

Posted Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 · By


Arriving early morning in Hong Kong on Friday, we are planning to rest in the airport until around 8am and then go direct to the GP venue at KITEC. The reason because the check in at the apartment will still be around 3 in the afternoon and so we can burn the time by joining the events on the Read More→

Categories : Magic The Gathering
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Oct
22

Ixalan Top Picks Commons & Uncommons

Posted Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 · By


With Grand Prix Hong Kong just a few days away, I needed to find more time to actually review the set in the Limited scenario like knowing what cards to use and pick, the mana & creature curve as well as choosing the right color combinations. Read More→

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Oct
21

Ixalan Standard: UB Midrange

Posted Saturday, October 21st, 2017 · By


Variations at times can get you a high finish in a Magic tournament, given the right timing of the metagame and cards’ power level. One example is this deck tech I have found from the recent Brazilian Nationals. Blue Black Control is the best course but why Read More→

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Oct
20

Pre-Spanish Era & Original Pinoy Culture

Posted Friday, October 20th, 2017 · By


The early communities in the Philippines in the Pre-Spanish era were patterned to be scattered by sociopolitical units called Barangays, a few of which became super Barangays with population of more than 2000 inhabitants. With this Barangay state scenario, culture and Read More→

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