Ik ben sinds 14-9-2011 Rules Advisor, ook hier op NM. Vraag me gerust dingen waar je niet uitkomt.
Ik heb een column geschreven over Life from the Loam op GP Antwerpen
Wants/haves niet up to date! Binnenkort weer!
Spaart hier Ravnica oud en nieuw.
Over mijn 5 Nephilim EDH's heb ik een serie artikelen geschreven.
Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro
Deze zijn soms fictie, soms echt/geleend.
Xanthias de Hoon
3314 CN Dordrecht
Sander van Mier hier
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Stijn (Alkmaar) hier
Stef van Lin hier
(S)aint: BornVillain hier
Huib Raterink hier
Brian Keeman hier
Roel (Wageningen) hier
patrick12 hier kaarten kwijt, super opgelost
Stijn van de Rijck hier
Xanthias, you are a...
Competitive Defensive Inflexible Game-player
As a Navigator you believe in working hard to get the best out of your deck. You spend a lot of time thinking about your strategy, getting it just right before a big tournament. You can't understand these people who just pick up a deck the night before and expect to go in and win. For this reason you're probably not that keen on drafting. When a new set comes out it means lots of work for you - but you invest the time because in the end it's going to pay off. You always check up on spoilers, eager to find out what the card names are and what they all do. You put a lot of time into reading articles about Magic strategy and thinking about how their advice can be fitted into your style of play.
Nothing beats the satisfaction that comes from seeing all that preparation pay off as you gradually beat your opponent. A bit like a chess player, you tend to take your time during a game, running through everything in your mind to make sure you've got everything covered. You think about all the things your opponent might do and all the things you'll need to do if that happens. Having taken all the time to develop a system for victory, you want to make sure you carry it out perfectly.
Everyone likes to ask a Navigator for directions. You know all the cards and what they do - making you an extremely valuable person to have around. You're probably very good at teaching people how to play, and you make a really useful part of any team. You know the value of your knowledge and you're happy to discuss the game with people, but you wouldn't harm your team's chances by spreading it too widely.
Your Cards are: