Monday, July 21, 2003

Quotes from Magic The Gathering

He raged at the world, at his family, at his life. But mostly he just raged.

Many Keldon warriors bear the mark of intentional insanity.

If it is weak, either kill it or ignore it. Anything else honors it.

Not all shadows are cast by light - some are cast by darkness.

The Phyrexians only interest in organic life is discerning its weakness.

Time flows like a river. In Tolaria we practice the art of building dams.

You are not prey until a predator knows of your existence.

The answer to life should never be death; it should always be more life, wrapped tight around us like precious silks.

Falling from heaven is not as painful as surviving the impact.

When you've got nothing, you might as well trade it for something else.

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