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I guess I'll wait for video.
My position is: If you're gonna see it, do it in the theater where you at least get to watch the delicious spectacle of visual effects and world building they did. The plot, premise, and effects are really really good. It's the dialogue and acting (and forced romance) that makes it seem small. They were a Gary Oldman & Chris Tucker away from nailing this thing and just couldn't get there.
you have to be able to spot fakes.
I don't think any scenario where you need to be equipped to spot fake cards is good advice for a beginner.
Those mini-reunions in the comment sections of this picture help keep the group together and caught up, long after it splintered and scattered to the wind. Some still try to get together, either online through modern games like League of Legends or in-person.
“Not quite LAN parties,” said Brian of recent Mason get-togethers. “We’ve done some of those, but we’re all adults. Dragging the rigs around aren’t quite as easy as it was back then, and we’re all adults now, too. We had more time back then.”
Yeah, who does LAN parties as adults 15 years later, right? Sounds impossible.
Pretty sure one of my tshirts still smells like jazz cabbage from the 24/7 blaze-a-thon going on next door.
We count our blessings that the neighbor 8 feet from our 24/7 game-a-thon is so mellow.
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