But, its real value is humor. So, we have a Vector Asp. A vector is, as we know from mathematics, a line originating at the origin with definite direction and length. And an asp is a snake. Now, that's not that great, until you think about linear algebra and realize that the span of two independent vectors is a plane. That means if you have two unique Vector Asps, you have, by a literal interpretation of the name, two snakes in a plane. That's right, folks, for the low low price of two Vector Asps, you can have Snakes on a Plane.

Now, that got me thinking. Are there enough unique snakes (read: enough

*decent unique*snakes) to make a deck revolving around playing Snakes on a Plane? It'd be really cool for the opponent to say he was sick and tired of your snakes.It'd presumably have to be Green/Black, but I don't know if there are enough snake creatures. Hope so, though.

That's all for today's mad ramblings. Hope they make someone chuckle.

~The Planeswalker

PS - check out my avatar and laugh

Still have all my decks including all the cards I have from Alpha and Beta....

ReplyDeleteYou lucky, lucky SOB. Those things are near-priceless, for some...

ReplyDeleteinteresting blog man

ReplyDeleteI haven't picked up my magic cards in years aha.

ReplyDeletecan i have some

ReplyDeleteAre there still regular playing groups of TMG?

ReplyDeleteAh, themed decks make me happy. I haven't played this game in 10 years.

ReplyDeleteaha snakes on a plane

ReplyDeleteNice blog man followin!

ReplyDeletenice :)

ReplyDeleteThis is sweet!

ReplyDeleteYea, some of them are. All I know is when they did the redesign of the cards, I started getting out of it. I'm just not a fan of it.

ReplyDeletei still have my decks too, their old though lol

ReplyDeleteSnakes on a Plane, awesome post.

ReplyDeleteSnakes... you need to run blue. Mystic snake kicks all ass. And coiling oracle! fuck, awesome

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