Thursday, December 27, 2007
Monday, December 17, 2007
Anyway, the link is probably the best christmas story I've ever read. Nothing is funnier than Santa taking away your Guitar Hero III and making a shitload of money with it and replacing it with a Barbie game.
Oh, and eD, don't use the edit function again to defame me like you did last time. It was funny the first time. Anything after that would be just... sad.
On an unrelated note, 1Up is doing a 2007 video game awards of some sort. Vote here if you want to.
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
So there's only one thing left for me to do in this game then: Uniting the family.
For the record, the highest bounty I've got is 40,000 and got pirate hunters chasing after me whenever I passed by a Spanish colony. Up to this point (after two times dividing the plunders), I've turned almost half of the New World into French colonies.
Saturday, December 08, 2007
Read the profiles and the decklists of the top 8 players.
Thursday, December 06, 2007
Even though I've been playing video games for as long as I can remember, I've never been into "the zone" until Civilization 3. I remember that I was just had dinner that night and went straight to play Civ 3. Then, when I turned around, the sun was already up.
Up to this day, there are six games that got me into the zone. And Sid Meier is responsible for three of them. What are the games? Civ 3, the first KotOR, Pirates, Civ 4, Rome: Total War, and FFTA. As much as I love Oblivion, that game has never taken me to the zone.
Friday, November 23, 2007
Thursday, November 22, 2007
"It's been five days since I last played WoW"
"Thank you. Although, to be honest, I have the urge to log on the minute I step into my room today. I wish I can fight it."
"Yes, you can."
"WoW... has taken everything from me. Everything. Six months ago I even sold my kidney to pay for the monthly fees. And to buy stuffs from the farmers. I even sold the virginity of my anus."
Tears came out of Rex's eyes.
"It's okay. You're not alone"
"Yeah, we're here for you, Rex."
Rex took a deep breath before continued, "So, everything is starting to get better now. Thank you."
[No WoW Players are harmed in the writing of this blog post]
[Events and characters portrayed in this post are purely fictional. Any similarities are purely coincidental, except for that anus part.]
Monday, November 19, 2007
For those of you who still have not realise by now, the WGA is currently on strike. So expect that all of your favourite TV shows ending mid-way through the season. Luckily, I've got a snippet from the next episode of Lost right here. Check it out:
Also, who didn't remember this scene from Pulp Fiction? It's not really my favourite scene from the movie, but I'll post it anyway:
Finally, a 300 trailer. Well, 300 Gnomes that is:
So what do Locke, Tarantino, and Leonidas have in common? They are all midgets.
Sunday, November 18, 2007
Back in the days before I even own a Playstation, we all used to hang out at the house of Gamer Malaya's own Rezz. Almost every single day. My Genesis just died around that time so I needed my gaming fix so badly. Luckily, it was around that time also I became good friend with Rezz. So what was in the beginning started off as, "hey, wanna play Tekken after school?" became an everyday routine. Who was there every evening? From Gamer Malaya: Me, eD, Rezz, azrul_xp, and occasionally not-so-slim shady. Other than that, we have a guy named Fahmi, Imran and Shahril.
You see, back then we were just noobs. Rezz had more than a year head start into Tekken 3 ahead of us before we made Tekken 3 our official routine everyday. In addition to that, he only ever used Paul fucking Phoenix. Needless to say, we got owned... a lot. Then me and azrul_xp came up with a solution: the combo stopper.
Let's step aside for a while. Let's talk a bit about Fahmi's behaviour in fighting game. I don't know how he is right now, but back then, he was what gamers called "a turtle". He blocks all the time and waits for an opening before hitting his combo. Now, if you play Tekken, you'll realise that Paul Phoenix has a short delay time for his unblockables. Short enough that most of the time, Fahmi just stood there blocking, and take a full hit from the Phoenix punch.
At first, it was really funny whenever Fahmi blocked his way to doomsday. Then, occasionally, each of us fell victim to the punch. The real problem wasn't actually the punch itself but the combos that will follow. We started to bitch whenever he used the punch. That's when me and azrul_xp came up with the combo stopper. the thing that can stop the Phoenix punch. Or what we called: "Gaahh!!" (followed by pressing the buttons) So what was it? Press start and select together. A.K.A the light reset. pressing start and select will bring you back to title screen. This was our own way of protesting against Paul Phoenix. Man, that was hilarious whenever we pulled it off.
Of course, it didn't take us long to master the game. Soon after that, each of us mastered the pattern of Paul Phoenix's 10-hit strings and can block and counter Rezz's every move with ease. Of course, it still took a while for Fahmi to get off his turtling habit.
That's it for now. To Gamer Malaya guys. Write something, assholes. :P
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
And she's buying a gateway to Oblivion
When she gets there she knows, if the stores are all closed
With a word she can get what she came for
I'm playing Oblivion again. Seriously, this is really bad. I think I've spent more than 200 hours into this game. What can I say? It's just too addictive. Just ask DeKach or not-so-slim-shady. The truth is, even after 200+ hours of playing (multiple time, of course), I've never bothered to finish the main quest yet. Those 200 hours are just from side quest and random acts. That's how big the game is.
So sometime last week, after about four months sober, I installed Oblivion again. This time, I'm really going to finish the main quest. But not before finishing the quests for the five main guilds. First night playing, I'm already the Arena Grand Champion. Now I'm halfway from becoming Gray Fox.
You know how in the United States that smokers can sue cigarette companies for their cancer, or fat people suing McDonald's for getting fat? Can I sue Bethesda for my addiction to Oblivion? I've played more Oblivion than all the Final Fantasy combined. Okay, maybe not but I'm getting there.
Monday, October 01, 2007
Uh-oh. Rumor has it that Kadech, the legendary (:P) night elf hunter will be returning once again to the realm of Azeroth after his disappearance not long ago. There were also whispers that the great gnomish warlock Alrondy was seen drinking at local bar around Alliance taverns and inquiring about the only gateway to the Orcish home world Draenor; the Dark Portal itself. When inquired by curious adventurers, Alliance and Horde authorities declined to give comment, saying that folks shouldn't believe in rumors...
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Anyway, I cracked open two Mad Auntie yesterday that pushed me into goblin deck. However, the card that interests me the most is Colfenor's Plans. My inner Johnny screamed in joy when I cracked open the pack and saw the card. I put the card into the deck just for the hell of it. All of the players that I played against were shocked to see the card and commented on the drawbacks of the card. Of course, these net-deckers will put four copies of this card once every pro players put them in their decks. Anyway, Colfenor's Plan is a different story. Let's talk about the best (or second best) planeswalker in the set.
Meet Garruk Wildspeaker
What I'm gonna do now is dedicate this song to this broken card
Not in Dominaria but the plane Lorwyn,
Way back up in the woods among the evergreens,
There stood an log cabin made of earth and wood,
Where lived a planeswalker named Garruk B. Goode,
Who never ever learned to read or write so well,
But he could ride a beast token like a-ringing a bell.
Go, go! Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Garruk B. Goode!
He used to carry his big axe in a gunny sack;
Go sit beneath the tree by the boggart's pack.
Oh the goblins would see him sitting in the shade;
Calling beast tokens to crush the whole village
The kithkins passing by they would stop and say,
"Oh my, but that little planeswalker could kill!"
Go, go! Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Garruk B. Goode!
His mother told him, "Someday you will be a man,
And you will be the leader of a big old band.
Many elves coming from miles around,
To hear you play your beasts crushing them all down.
Maybe some day your name will be in lights,
Screaming 'Garruk B. Goode Tonight'!"
Go, go! Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Go, Garruk, go, go!
Garruk B. Goode!
Based on this song by the father of Rock & Roll:
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Sure, the combat was a little too simple, the voice overs were cheesy (european games. you have to understand) and the storyline was not that great but the weaknesses was overcome by the sense of RPG fulfillment of playing the game. The quest are numerous and smartly scripted so that you won't feel lost after completing certain quests.
You can learn blacksmith and make weapons, gather herbs and learn alchemy to create your potions, learn hunting and gather animal's body parts to make other things related to those other skills. You can play as mage and learn magics (pretty standard stuffs) or concentrate on thieving skills to play stealthy and dirty. In short, in term of skill system, it was WoW before WoW.
In every Gothic game (3 have been produced so far) you were always be given the choice of which faction that you want attach yourselves with. In Gothic the first, you can start with any 3 of the factions given. Gothic 2, again you have to join one of the 3 given factions and in both games, however drifted apart you found yourself while playing the game, you will always return to a common storyline which ended in basically a rather "happy" ending. Gothic 3 was a little bit different. This time you were given the choice of 2 factions, which will then lead to 3 separate endings (ok, I was just starting to play the game. to whomever played the game as well, I am now doing some quests at the rebel hideout of Okara by the time this article is written).
JoWood didn't pay me to write a review of the game. Pyranha Bytes didn't coerced me into writing this article. I just feel it's a waste of a good RPG game if my RPG pals don't play this game. It's a good game. It's a good RPG game since...I don't know, Planescape: Torment, maybe? IMHO, that is...
Wikipedia's article on Gothic series of games:- Gothic Gothic II Gothic III
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
P.S - C&C: Tiberium Wars kick ass! It's like playing the first C&C in 1996 all over again...
Monday, September 03, 2007
Everything you said is the truth. Many people became serial killer after playing Grand Theft Auto. And look at the amount of car-jacking around the world. Sure is a lot. Not to mention people launching their vehicles to the air and landed on the other side of the river. Or people piloting helicopter and cut people off using the blade. Last, but not least, the people that high-jacked an army tank and go on a rampage in the middle of metropolis. Let's blame GTA for teaching people those things.
How about the people that go around masturbating to The Sims 2? I mean, you said so yourself that there is a nude code in the game. How dare EA. How dare they put nudity in a T-rated game. Now people who played the game turned out to be rapists.
I've got some suggestions for you, Mr. Thompson. Let's blame Mario. Yeah, Mario had been telling people to step on turtles since the dawn of video games. Let's get those PETA assholes to support you in bringing down Mario. Mario also taught kids to break random bricks they saw. Who knows that there's some money inside the bricks.
What else can we blame? How about all RPGs. Yeah, RPG taught people to kill any random critters they found all over the places in order to "reach level 99". Poor little bunny got killed by a fireball.
Well, we hope from you soon, Mr. Thompson. Good luck on your war against video games. Fucker.
I've been using Stripgenerator for more than a month now. Just a few days ago, I found one stripper that wrote a strip that's relevant to Gamer Malaya. Check out the Evil RPG Gaming Table by Evilbeeker.
There's a lot of strips that do jokes about gaming in stripgenerator but so far, this guy's is the funniest. And he devotes his strip to tabletop gaming. So if you are looking for some other comics to read, (other than the ones that listed on our sidebar) check out Evilbeeker's strip. (and of course, check out mine as well, bitch :P)
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
So far, we don't yet the rule regarding Planeswalker. But check her out. A Vampiric Tutor and a Living Death on steroid in one card? Insane. Reanimation deck will definitely comes back.
Of course she is no Urza, or Serra, or Freyalise, or even Tevesh Szat. But she's a planeswalker nonetheless. Wizards of the Coast had finally make Planeswalkers into cards.
How did I find the card? Solve this puzzle and WotC will show it to you. And if you can't (or don't want to) solve the puzzle, I got the answer. I've done the dirty work for you. And by that, I mean that I found the answer from MTGSalvation forum.
"Here is an exclusive Planeswalker rules preview. Creatures can attack Planeswalkers. If a creature does attack one of your Planeswalkers, your creature can block it as though it were attacking you. If a Planeswalker is dealt combat damage, it loses that much loyalty."
Loyalty? What the hell is this new term mean? Only time will tell.
Here's the screenshot of the solved puzzle:
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
By this time, I have reached the Canyon of Magi and quite close to finding the Tomb of Tal'rasha. I think I might have some problem fighting Duriel as the sob is a melee combatant and the space my character will be fighting him is quite small. So far, the only character that I played that has defeated Diablo and Baal is the Paladin and the chump had kickass damage and good combat auras but I still end up struggling to kill both demons. I just dread what will happened to my Necromancer when meeting these bad asses...
P.S- Damn, I missed WoW...
Saturday, August 18, 2007
Read here for more info.
[Image copyrighted of Wizards of the Coast]
Sunday, August 12, 2007
I should start saving some money. Next Gen consoles have been out for a while and I still haven't got any of it.
Monday, August 06, 2007
Anyway, today I went to Lowyat, following my friend who bought a new PC. I was sitting in front of C-Zone when I saw this sick preview. By sick, I mean, fucking awesome.
Then I realised that E3 just finished. Almost a month now. Usually my source of gaming news is EGM. Since I haven't bought a copy of EGM in a few months, no wonder that I didn't about E3 2007. Anyway, here's the E3 video for Dirt (should look better on HD):
There. I just kicked start this dying blog.
Update: My bad. This game's already released even before E3. Just saw the video at Lowyat and assumed it's not out yet. Well, the next post will really be about E3 then.
Monday, June 25, 2007
So I guess I'll be taking a time off from Gamer Malaya and I won't know when I will be back.
Friday, June 15, 2007
Saturday, June 02, 2007
Flash deck is capable of killing the opponent on the turn zero which means that if your opponent goes first, you can kill him on his first upkeep, before the draw step.
Here is how you do it:
1) Choose to draw first. If Gemstone Caverns is in your opening hand, put it into play, removing any card from your hand.
2)Your opponent goes first. On his first upkeep, kill him. Here is how you do it. Remove your Elvish Spirit Guide or Simian Spirit Guide from your hand, adding one mana to your mana pool. Tap your Gemstone Caverns for U.
3) Cast Flash. If your opponent didn't counter Flash, you pretty much sealed the deal. Flash resolves, and put Protean Hulk into play.
4) Don't pay the reduced cost and sacrifice your Protean Hulk. Search for 4 Disciple Of The Vault and 8 zero cost 0/0 artifact creatures like Shifting Wall and Phyrexian Marauder. The artifacts die and the Disciples deals 32 damage. You win.
5) Of course, you're gonna need counterspells to back up your Flash. Since you won't have any mana, Force Of Will and Pact Of Negation are your friends.
Well, as I said, Flash just got banned, effectively June 20th. Not that it matters to me. I don't play Legacy.
Thursday, May 24, 2007
At least playing KotOR doesn't cost me as much money as smoking. Wait a minute. It does. Since I smoke whenever I play a game. Plus, I'm gonna be needing lots of Red Bulls or 100 Plus for a gaming marathon.
I mean, what the hell there is left for me to do in KotOR? I've done everything there is to do in this game. KotOR is officially the game that I played the most. Owh, I was talking about the first KotOR, not KotOR II.
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
I was young and foolish at that time, fighting political battles and struggled against the greatest menace of a secondary school student; SPM. Playing Starcraft was like breathing fresh air, instead of the usual two faction that you can play in any RTS title of that time (count out Warwinds in that), the game offered three and each of the faction got distinctive playing styles so everytime you finished up a faction-specific campaign you won't feel as same playing the others.
So far, the Blizzard website just showed some units and a building of the Protoss so more will come later. It seems the curse of LOTC(Lord of the Clan) has strike again, Blizzard apparently sacrificed Starcraft: Ghost(purely speculation, please correct me) to continue with an RTS Starcraft(I felt sorry those poor console-playing bastards :|) or someone has been really praying hard for PC gaming...
Sins of a gamer shalt not suffer unto the Siblings...(Another confession from a not-so-hardcore gamer)
P.S- Hell, it's about time...
Friday, May 18, 2007
By real people, I mean TV characters.
I'll just write the abilities and descriptions of the cards. I'll photoshop the cards later (Yeah right).
Sylar (Heroes) 2UBBB
Legendary Creature - Cannibal
2UB, Tap: Remove target creature from the game.
Sylar has the abilities of all cards removed from the game by Sylar.
No question here. Sylar is black and blue. He is a black creature since it fits his characteristics. Such as his desire for power, ambition, corruption, and greed. The blue part represents his manipulation and trickery. The copy abilities represents his ability to obtain the power of people whose brain he had eaten.
Bob (Dresden Files) 1WU
Legendary Creature - Spirit
Tap: Draw a card, then discard a card.
WU: Remove Bob from the game. At the end of turn, return Bob into play under its owner's control
As a condemned spirit who was cursed for eternity due to his practice of necromancy in his life, the obvious choice would be a black creature. However, he made it all for love (or passion) which is a red characteristic. Well, that was more than 400 years ago. Now Bob just trying to redeem himself and provides Dresden with hundreds of years of knowledge. Redemption = purification, which is white's attribute and knowledge is a blue attribute, making him a White and Blue creature. The draw a card ability represents his knowledge while the blinking ability represents his ability to fades into and out of his physical skull. The shadow ability? Well, he cannot touch or be touched.
Malcolm Reynolds (Firefly) 1RR
Legendary Creature - Smuggler
R: Malcolm Reynolds deals 1 damage to target creature blocking or blocked by Malcolm Reynolds.
All other creatures you control gains +1/+0
Everything about Captain Mal screams red. Let see, he doesn't follow the law, he got pissed off easily, and he is a war veteran. It doesn't get any more red than that. The pinging ability? I dunno. Represents his cowardice I guess. Avoid face-to-face combat. The pump represent his leadership.
Well, enough for now. I guess all other Gamer Malaya guys are AWOL. I promise my next post will be a real news or review. (Yeah right. when was the last time I kept my promise around here)
Update: May 19, 2007 8:16 PM
eD told me to add three more cards and he will make the photoshopping. So here goes.
Theodore Bagwell (Prison Break) 1WB
Legendary Creature - Human
Tap: Destroy target tapped creature
T-Bag is a black and white creature. The black part represents his greed and selfishness. The white part is more complicated. T-Bag believes that whatever thing that he do is right (i.e self-righteous) to a certain extent. He also was a head of a group of white supremacists which represents organization, another white attribute. Why does he onl destroy tapped creature? Since most of the victims he killed or attempted to kill usually offer little resistance (all the children he killed) or caught of guard (John Abruzzi)
Mr. Ecko (Lost) 1WW
Legendary Creature - Human Priest
W,Tap: Target creature you control gains protection from the color of your choice until end of turn
Mr. Ecko is a straight up white creature (righteousness, purity, redemption). Vigilance is just a way to represent his strength and the Mother of Rune ability is just a random priest-like ability.
Bender (Futurama) 2B
Legendary Creature - Robot
Bender is indestructible
Bender is a black creature due to his selfishness, greed, and "kill all humans" nature. The first strike represents his ability to outstretch his arms, theorically attack first in a fight. The indestructibility? Well, even if you disasemble Bender, he will still be alive.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
since December 2006. Forgive me for I played Maple Story for a while (STFU. My brothers played the game and I got curious). Forgive me for I have not the reflex to be l337 in a fighting game.
So go on, Gamer Malaya members. Make your confessions here.
Saturday, May 12, 2007
Thursday, April 26, 2007
There are countless times when a kid with a gun go out and shoot somebody, people like Joe Lieberman and Jack Thompson blame it on GTA, Mortal Kombat, or Doom. Surprisingly, it's not happening now. Did Lieberman or Thompson on a vacation or something?
Personally, I'm one of the people that believes in the theory of "gun kills people". Any cyber cafe in Malaysia have kids playing GTA and yet there's no such incidents in Malaysia yet. I, for one, wants all the violence they can squeeze into a video game so we gamers can satisfy our violent need virtually instead of physically.
Monday, April 16, 2007
1. Bad camera angle. I just hate it when I backed away from the mobs and the camera went mad. Also happened sometimes whenever you load the game. I can't do one (side-)quest because the camera gave me weird angle and my character can't move.
2. Only one henchman at a time. Come on. Just make it two like KotOR.
3. Too short. The game is too short. Shorter than the first KotOR.
Otherwise, it's a damn good game.
Sunday, March 25, 2007
I’m talking about “Net Neutrality” not an episode from Heroes. Basically, it’s a principal of being equal. For example, a broadband network free of restrictions on the kinds of equipment attached and the modes of communication allowed would be considered neutral by most advocates, provided it met additional tests relating to the degradation of various communication streams by others.
However, this is not always being practiced. For instance, Streamyx limits the bandwidth use of BitTorrents. It is one way for TMNet to control the traffic in
So you say, “What this have to do with me? I’m not downloading anything from the internet.” But if you’re an avid online gamer, you should know that you’re life is depending on your connection. Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve been a victim of capitalism. For example, we use PosLaju or Fedex to ensure our letters are delivered much faster than normal postal services. Some believed the Internet traffic should be subject to the same market forces, and want to be able to pay to ensure that their traffic get better handling.
What can we do? I can only hope we don’t rely on one company to manage the internet backbone of our beloved country.
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
Sunday, March 04, 2007
Although this looks like Army of Two, I like the new concept in Battlefield. However this is console exclusive. Rejoice 360 and PS3 fanboys. Here’s the trailer “stolen” from Game Trailers (I don’t want to take the bandwidth from their server, might as well upload it in my photobucket).
Thursday, March 01, 2007
Does it matter? How fancy your keyboard lit up in the dark? How fast your mouse click per second? How sensitive your analog stick is? It is all up to you actually, whether you are a hardcore gamer, who mashes combo and execute them beautifully, or a casual gamer, who plays all kind of games that you can find in your free time.
Just like sports, an enthusiast gamer chooses the best equipment he can find. For games like FIFA or Winning Eleven, some might prefer keyboard rather than using the all-popular gamepad. But do you know that your standard keyboard doesn’t allow more than 3 buttons pressed at the same time. So imagine if you want to execute a fake-pass-dribble-360turn while running in a diagonal direction, this might be frustrating for some users.
As for me, what I like the most is having extra buttons so I can bind them to some Spells while playing World of Warcraft. Using my standard keyboard, I have to bind them with Ctrl and Shift. Imagine if you have 18 extra buttons on your keyboard, and you can assign any macro to them. No more Ctrl/Shift to anything.
Some people say a backlit keyboard is such a chick magnet. When the light goes out, your keyboard will be the only thing that lit for the “romantic” occasion. For me, I like to type in the dark, so the backlit buttons is such an advantage. But if it light up too much, it will cause some discomfort for my eyes.
There are a lot of gaming keyboards in the market. For example, the Saitek Eclipse Keyboard or the Logitech G15 Keyboard. There are even Microsoft gaming keyboards for those “Bill Gates fan boys”. Whichever you choose, be sure you have the right one.
Sunday, February 25, 2007
Oh my, here comes the Malaysian “Jack Thompson”. Yes, you’ve read it correctly. If you don’t know who Jack Thompson is, where have you been? To tell you the truth, I was quite enraged by the reports of today’s Berita Harian. President of Psychiatric, Prof Dr Mohamad Hussain Habil said that the real reason behind the increasing cases of bully and juvenile murder was because of video games. He stated that the video games nowadays have realistic murder scene which will lead them to the real thing.
“The player (kids) felt victorious when he accomplishes the mission by killing a lot of people (in the game), and not only that, he will feel proud seeing the blood and the kills that he made. Subsequently, the player will transform the scenario into reality.”
By the description of the gameplay, I think he’s talking about Grand Theft Auto or possibly Hitman. But still, that’s no reason to blame videogames entirely. We’ll wait for a few days to see how the community response to the news feed.
Friday, February 16, 2007
I lookup for some information about the place and found out it is a dungeon scheduled for Burning Crusade. But as usual, Burning Crusade isn’t a finish product. If it was, the next expansion will be out by then.
According to history, a long time ago, the forest trolls controlled a large section of northern Lordaeron called Zul'Aman. But then came the human and the high elves banded together and push back the savage troll into the area of what we call Zul’Aman now. After the invasion of the scourge, the Amani trolls have retaliated to take back of what that use to be their land.
Rumors said that Zul’Aman will be a 25 man raid instance. Just like its brethrens, Zul Farak and Zul Gurub, this place is fully inhabited with trolls and Zul’Aman is led by Jin’zakk. My guess is this would be a level 70 dungeon as there’s no way in hell low levels (alliance) would reach Quel’thalas through the Eastern Plagueland.
As for the Amani trolls, this is how they look like.
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Anyway, I have no idea what to write about but we cannot let Gamer Malaya to stay dead any much longer so here's another Magic-related post.
Extended season had started and there are tons of decks in the metagame right now. The Ritual-Desire deck interests me the most. Here's the decklist and the tutorial for the deck.
4 Geothermal Crevice
4 Ancient Spring
4 Sulfur Vent
3 Polluted Delta
2 Bloodstained Mire
1 Steam Vents
1 Watery Grave
1 Blood Crypt
4 Cabal Ritual
4 Rite of Flame
4 Seething Song
4 Burning Wish
3 Mind's Desire
3 Sins of the Past
1 Tendrils of Agony
4 Sensei's Divining Top
4 Careful Study
1 Chain of Vapor
4 Chromatic Star
4 Defense Grid
1 Shattering Spree
1 Channel the Suns
1 Empty the Warrens
1 Tendrils of Agony
1 Sins of the Past
1 Mind's Desire
2 Chain of Vapor
1 Hull Breach