A lot of men (and probably other genders, but mostly men) like to creepily hit on people (usually women) in contexts in which it’s not ok to hit on people. (Eg: on the subway).
Girls start experiencing this before they’re considered old enough for sex ed.
This give away will have 3 WINNERS!
ALL winners get 2 pokemon
First places gets to pick FIRST!
Second place winner gets to pick NEXT!
Third places gets the last two LEFT!
You DO NOT have to be following me
Reblog and like as much as you would like there is no limit.
Follow my blog to get a better chancing at winning
NO GIVEAWAY BLOGS (I will be checking)
You must have Pokemon X or Pokemon Y.
The winners will be picked on March 19th at 12AM Pacific time
BONUS!: At 300 notes this gets Ill add another winner and more pokemon
300 NOTES YOUR PRIZE GUYS! A 4TH WINNER HAS BEEN ADDED!
Shiny Ditto ~ 5IV
this makes it to 700 notes I will add another set of winners
700+ NOTES OMFG! your added winners spot 5 now
If we make it to 1500 notes ill add another set of winners
With the announcement of Magic 2015 , came the quiet introduction of a new product: the Clash Pack. We didn’t say anything about it during the announcement but now it’s time to share some more of what this actually is.
First off, let me clarify one thing: Clash Packs are not replacing Event Decks; instead, Clash Packs will alternate with the Event Deck, meaning that you’ll see a Clash Pack for Magic 2015 , and an Event Deck for “Huey.” The Clash Pack will then return in “Dewey.”
A two-player product, the Clash Pack contains two sixty-card decks designed to be played against each other. It’s a great way to introduce new players to Magic. And it also comes with six premium foil cards with alternative art.
So what happens when your friend is ready for the next level? Well, the Clash Pack comes with instructions that show you how to combine cards from each of its decks to create a new deck designed to be equal in power to what you would expect from an Event Deck. But this is only one combination. There are countless ways to make a deck your own.
- Two ready-to-play sixty-card decks
- Six premium cards with alternative art
- Deck box
- Strategy insert
- Magic rules reference card
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