Is it okay to hit on female Magic players, and if so, how do you do it? Seems reasonable given how easy it is for certain writers to lump all male magic players into ridiculous stereotyped buckets. There may be some poor souls out there who would like to have an actual relationship with a woman.
This story sounds mean. It's about a girl judging a boy because he's a nerd like so many of us! But that's the point: Judging people on shallow stuff is human nature, and the magic and absurdity of online dating is how immediately and directly it throws that into relief.
The article has receivedviews as of September 1st, The article was submitted to Reddit the same day in a thread titled "What did I learn? That you're a shallow bitch"  and made it to the front page with received 9, up votes.
As a holistic thinker, I don't see these two parts of my life as separate, but rather as intertwined elements that define who I am. As such, I feel like giving you all a glimpse of one aspect of my personal life will help you better understand how I approach my designs. One of the questions I always get is where my ideas come from.
In this era of graphic-novels-as-blockbusterspop-stars who give just-be-yourself pep talksand the rising fame of, like, Jesse Eisenbergis it OK to be a geek yet? Apparently not, at least judging by a Tuesday's Gizmodo post in which writer Alyssa Bereznak rants about dating a guy who turned out to be a world champion player of the collectible card game Magic the Gathering. The story's been chewed over plenty.
Liliana Vess, a planeswalker in the 'Magic: The Gathering' multiverse. This silly thought experiment occurred to me after Wizards of the Coast sent me a War of the Spark draft box which included a planeswalker card in every booster pack. There are so many of them that it was helpful not only to remember them by their abilities but their personalities.
A sample is below. To read the whole thing go here. The thread was one of the fastest rising in the history of reddit.
There are a lot of misconceptions and stereotypes about guys who play Magic: The Gathering. The guys who play this format are extremely diverse and cannot be classified as a generic nerd. Guys who play the Vintage format of Magic: The Gathering are usually extremely immersed in the game, among other things in their lives.