They're not "standard" card sleeves but they fit standard sized cards: A bunch of locals have started switching from KMC's Perfect Fit to KMC Perfect Hard and have commented on liking the additional structure the sleeve provides.
I know this is a few days old now, but holy cow it brought back memories! I took the LSAT twice (wasn't happy with my first score), second time got a 173 or something. My only advice (like others have said) is to buy all the official practice tests you can (not the fake ones), and grind. However, save 3-4 tests and shelve them until a few days before the exam, then take them right before. It's important they be tests you've never seen before. even if you tell yourself "I took that one 3 weeks ago, I won't remember the questions" you're lying to yourself, your brain will remember stuff and you'll get a slightly artificial bump in your scores every time you re-take the same exam. Good luck!!!
So red should totally have Mana Flare. Also Inferno is clutch fun too. Just trying to think of cards that were amazing in multiplayer back in highschool. Gaeas Leige plus instill energy was game ending many times. Also Oubilett (spelling?) and Paralyze are both great cards for black.
@desolutionist I have no idea. But it is a particularly sensitive issue for me. Nothing in the world can make you happy, it has to come from within. This is a good lesson for those that would wonder how a rich person could do such a thing.
Technincally I missed the after-ending wrap up thing. I saw the epic battle and time loop. I missed the resolution and my wife said there was a scene that was a sequel teaser. I want to buy the film and watch it again soon.
MKM Tournament in Prague, Czech Republic: Playing mono-U Belcher versus... UG Belcher (the one with the leylines, land grant and the timetwister that end the turn).
Game 3, I am able to go off first, deal 16 damage to my opp before finding the Academy...end turn, opp goes off, dealing me 18 damages before revealing his academy :-) won next turn
I have been to Columbus for Team Serious events. However, we were trying to keep things local since we're both in law school and time is at a premium for us. More for me, really, since I have a day job and family stuff going on. There will be more flexibility in a few years once we graduate.