On the world of Innistrad, humans have always been pawns. For the mighty vampire families, humans are the source of blood and the foundation of their power. For the werewolf packs, humans are prey. For the ghouls and ghosts of the plane, humans are reminders of lives gone by, the despised living to be hunted and terrified. And for demons and devils, humans are targets for their hatred and torment. Sorin was among the first generation of vampires created on Innistradre targets for their hatred and torment. Sorin was among the first generation of vampires created on Innistrad. He saw how his kind spread over the plane, feeding on and ultimately diminishing the populace. He argued for restraint, but the other vampire families resented his intrusion. Unknown to his kin, however, Sorin was a Planeswalker. He traveled the Multiverse searching for a solution to the grave situation on his home plane. Ultimately, he created the archangel Avacyn, a protector that would watch over the humans of Innistrad and serve as the symbol of hope. Thousands of years later, Innistrad is still afflicted with monstrous creatures, but thanks to Sorin's intervention, the Avacynian Church continues to lend its protection to the world's humans. The fiendish mage Tibalt was born human, but immediately showed a predilection for inflicting pain. When a dark invocation caused his essence to be merged with infernal devils of Innistrad, his Planeswalker spark was ignited. He was free to traverse the Multiverse looking for new unfortunates to torment, but the innocent people of his native Innistrad were always his favorite victims. Sorin, with his long-sighted, vampiric perspective, knows that humanity may lose its tenuous grip on survival if Innistrad's monstrous forces hunt too recklessly. The young pain-mage Tibalt, on the other hand, respects no authority but his own vicious whims. As they clash, neither will tolerate anything but the utter defeat of his foe. Who will prevail is up to you. Contents: Two ready-to-play 60-card decksTwo deck boxesTwo creature tokensA strategy insert A Magic "learn to play" guideP… read more
Turn the organized chaos that is your child's playroom into a serene spot of tidiness with systematic shelving to ease your days. Though we may not be able to control how the play area will look post-nap time, we can ensure we have a toy organizer (or two!) to hold the goods once bedtime rolls around.
Summer vacation means one thing: Your yard is about to become a sea of kids' toys that have found a new home in the outdoors. If you're struggling to keep up with the chaos, shop this list of genius finds from Houzz that make staying organized a breeze.
As a child, did you pretend to live in a castle by arranging old blankets over the couch and chairs? There was something so fun about sitting underneath mom's old sheets. Now think how much more awesome it would be to actually have a bed that looks like a mini house! Enter the toddler house bed, also known as a Montessori floor bed.
These beds are exactly what they sound like: Picture a house-shaped frame above the mattress, complete with windows, a door and a kitchen (OK, just kidding about the kitchen). But now picture your little angel's precious head resting underneath one of these magical creations.
While this may seem like a cool, new way to sleep, the floor bed concept actually dates back to the early 20th century teaching philosophy called the Montessori Method, which focuses on placing everything a child needs to learn and explore at the child's level. So, by placing their bed on the floor, you give children independence and a chance to learn on their own terms.
Here, we've rounded up some of our favorite toddler house beds that are ready to take up residence in dreamland.
Your kids will love this wearable tech, and you'll love that they're able to build healthier habits with these fun fitness and activity trackers.
From tubs and toys to soaps and shampoos, here's what your baby needs for a fun and soothing bathtime routine.
When school's out for summer and your kids are home during those long, hot days, sometimes a cool treat is just what you both need. But why not make an activity out of that afternoon snack and get your kiddos involved in the kitchen? From popsicles to hand pies, here's our top kitchen gadget picks for making summer treats with your kids.
From pint-size furniture to decorations that double as playtime favorites, here are some of the best playroom ideas for toddlers
Give them the best snow day ever with winter weather toys that spark their creativity, equip them for snow battles, and captivate their imaginations.
From fun food sets and building blocks to unique playhouses and play kitchens, here's our top toys that promote pretend play and inspire your child's imagination.
Acquiring all the products needed to care for your children can be expensive and overwhelming. But you can make the experience a lot less stressful for yourself and your family with quality tools and toys that can be used for all your children.
Homework can be a stressful affair for everyone involved. Juggling after-school activities, meal prep and housework, it often takes a village to get reading assignments, flashcards and worksheets completed at a decent hour. We've yet to find out how to make schoolwork magically disappear altogether, but we can tip parents off on how to make the situation more manageable. Here's how to create a quiet, supervised and streamlined area where kids can study at home.
Selecting an educational toy for children that keeps them engaged can be challenging. With the right tools, you can make the toy shopping experience a lot less stressful.
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The Izzet League, under the ingenious mind of its guildmaster, the dragon Niv-Mizzet, has dabbled, delved, and decoded many myster...ies in its insatiable thirst for knowledge. Now the dracomagus seeks to plumb the depths of Ravnicas undercity. But the Golgari dont welcome interlopers in their dank, moldy realm. Under the command of the elvish lich lord Jarad, the Golgari have dwelled in darkness long enough. The Swarm grows restless and its rot farms need fresh corpses. Jarad believes the time is right to teach Niv-Mizzets magewrights a lesson: that there is no place for Izzet research in the vicious cycle of life and death. read more
If burning your opponent to a fine crisp makes you squirm, this isn't the deck for you. But if you love fiery destruction and mayh...em, read on. The Pressure Cooker deck is designed to keep the playing field clear and finish your opponent off with both creature assaults and direct damage. The deck plays a little like a red burn deck, and though it's a bit slower, it compensates by including some larger mid-game creatures. Your plan is to hit your opponent with early creature damage. Then, later in the game, you can aim your direct damage cards like Morbid Hunger and Flame Burst at opposing creatures so yours can keep attacking - or you can aim them directly at your opponent's head. read more
Scout is a creature deck packed with surprises. It's not the fastest deck you'll ever play, but once you set up, you'll be hard to... beat. Scout includes six Battlemages - when you pay their kicker costs, they become utility spells and creatures wrapped into one. Since the deck has so many versatile spells, you'll usually have the answers to problems your opponents try to make for you. read more
Sacrilege is a graveyard-based utility deck with many cards that compliment each other. For example, Buried Alive, Gravedigger and... Ichorid have great synergy. Play Buried Alive to search for the creature card you need, then play Gravedigger to get that card into your hand so you can play it. If you don't draw Gravedigger, choose Ichorid and two other black creatures when you play Buried Alive. You'll get to return the Ichorid to play at least twice. Malevolent Awakening and Gravedigger also work like a charm to refresh your resources. Say your opponent finally manages to destroy one of your troublesome creatures. Play Gravedigger to get it back. Destroyed again? Sacrifice Gravedigger to Malevolent Awakening to get it back again. Here's another hint: If you use this trick to play Teroh's Faithful a few times, the extra life will help you stay in the game a lot longer. read more
The start of a new block for Magic: The Gathering Shadowmoor is the start of a new setting, giving a unique twist to old favorites... and introducing new places, creatures, and characters to the world of MagicTM. Shadowmoor introduces new mechanics and a new card type.Normally, tapping your creatures leaves you defenseless. With the "Turnabout" deck, having a bunch of tapped creatures leaves you primed to strike! Safehold Sentry, Pale Wayfarer, and any creature equipped by Umbral Mantle have Untap abilities that let them untap to provide an awesome bonus! Devoted Druid and Barrenton Medic can also untap at a moment's notice.Take advantage of all your extra untaps not just by being ready to block, but also by playing spells with conspire, by using Revelsong Horn to pump up a creature, and by enchanting a creature with Presence of Gond to quickly create an army of Elves. Use your tapping and untapping tricks to support a swarming, opportunistic fighting force, and you'll run circles around your opponent! read more
The "Warrior's Code" deck is a deck you can hear from across the room. It's not that fast and not that subtleit's just brutal, rel...entless, and rip-roaringly face-smashy! It's primed to deliver the kind of whupping that'll leave welts. read more
The basic premise of Blowout is that if all your opponent's creatures are dead, it's hard for him or her to block. Then you can at...tack with creatures like Vicious Kavu that deal a lot of damage even though they aren't that good in creature-to-creature combat. This deck has a lot of dual-purpose cards, mostly creatures that also have a disruption effect. Knowing when to use which part of the card is a big part of playing the deck. It's pretty easy to see that it's almost always good to use your Thunderscape Apprentice's ability to make your opponent lose 1 life rather than attacking with it. But it's harder to know whether you should keep making your opponent lose life with your Smoldering Tar or sacrifice it to destroy a creature. There's no hard and fast rule, but usually it's best to play offensively: make the choice that will let you keep dealing damage to your opponent! read more
Black-red control never really feels like control. That's because while the deck deprives your opponents of their cards and lands,... it also tries to deal as much damage as possible so your opponents will be out of the game before they can refresh their resources. The Waking Nightmares deck blurs the line between control and beatdown even further. With any of its fifteen Nightmares - creatures that remove something from the game for as long as they're in play - you can eat away at your opponent's resources and beat them down with the same card. read more
The noble Kjeldoran Soldiers have teamed up with the crafty Zuran Wizards to build an army that can outfight and outthink any foes.... With the Kjeldoran Cunning deck, youre the general of that army. Youll need all your wits about you to win the fight.In the first few turns of the game, get some Soldiers onto the table. If you see an opportunity to attack, dont hesitate to do so, but be prepared to stay on defense if necessary. Meanwhile, use any extra mana to play deck manipulation spells to improve both the cards in your hand and the cards youll be drawing soon. read more
Having trouble deciding which color to play? With the "Pandemonium" deck, you can avoid the issue by playing all the colors. Your ...opponents will cower in fear as you unleash a variety of different threats. And with the Apocalypse set's Penumbra creatures at your disposal, the threats continue long after the cards go to your graveyard. Playing the "Pandemonium" deck is all about being able to get the right mana. Multicolored decks can be tricky to play because you'll often draw spells of one color and lands that produce another. By using mana-fixing cards such as Lay of the Land and Harrow, you get the colors you need when you need them. Gaea's Balance can also fix any color deficiency, but be careful if your opponent has any counterspells. If Gaea's Balance is countered, you'll have already sacrificed five lands and you won't get them back. read more
The start of a new block for Magic: The Gathering Shadowmoor is the start of a new setting, giving a unique twist to old favorites... and introducing new places, creatures, and characters to the world of MagicTM. Shadowmoor introduces new mechanics and a new card type. When playing the "Aura Mastery" deck, you control the Auras, so you'll control the game! Prison Term and Curse of Chains are Auras that lock down your opponent's creatures. Armored Ascension and Steel of the Godhead are Auras that enhance your own creatures, supercharging them into mighty combatants. Mine Excavation can return an expended Aura from your graveyard to your hand. And Glamer Spinners, which can be played at any time, moves Auras from one permanent to anotherincluding itselfwhen it comes into play! But the fun doesn't end there! When you consider the cards that create surprise blockers and the cards that let you tap your opponent's creatures at will, it will be clear that Auras aren't the only things you've mastered. read more
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The "Elemental Thunder" deck packs big creatures that become more powerful with every move your opponents make. Everyone will winc...e as you put creature after creature onto the battlefield, each with the potential to single-handedly defeat an opponent in a few turns.You will want to cast your big creatures early and often. Smokebraider, Rampant Growth, and Search for Tomorrow all give big boosts to your mana production. Use Flamekin Harbinger to search your library for the most threatening creature you can find. You won't believe the look on opponents' faces when they're suddenly staring down the business end of an early Verdant Force or Living Hive!This deck relies on some important creatures to defeat multiple opponents. Taurean Mauler looks puny at first glance, but against many opponents it becomes very scary very fast. The same goes for Forgotten Ancient, which gets bigger and bigger with each spell cast. With such huge threats, opponents might gang up to stop you early on. Protect yourself by forging an alliance, but if you get the chance to take out an opponent, go for it.Your planar deck offers support for your huge Elementals. Creature spells cost less on Turri Isle, making it easier to drop big creatures earlier in the game. Tapping a land in the Eloren Wilds produces an extra mana, which is great for casting expensive creature spells. Or you can just pump all that mana into putting +1/+1 counters on Ivy Elemental. On the Isle of Vesuva, creature spells summon two creatures. What could be better than getting two enormous Elementals for the price of one? read more
The Comeback deck uses Gating creatures to bewilder your opponents until its hordes of fliers can swarm them. With subtle card com...bination and color-changing surprises, this is definitely a thinking mage's deck. To take full advantage of the gating mechanic, Comeback includes a lot of creatures with comes-into-play abilities. Here's an example of how they work together: Play Ravenous Rats. Its ability makes your opponent discard a card. Then play Cavern Harpy. When it comes into play, return the Rats to your hand. Play the Rats again... well you get the idea. read more
The start of a new block for Magic: The Gathering Shadowmoor is the start of a new setting, giving a unique twist to old favorites... and introducing new places, creatures, and characters to the world of MagicTM. Shadowmoor introduces new mechanics and a new card type.When playing the "Aura Mastery" deck, you control the Auras, so you'll control the game! Prison Term and Curse of Chains are Auras that lock down your opponent's creatures. Armored Ascension and Steel of the Godhead are Auras that enhance your own creatures, supercharging them into mighty combatants. Mine Excavation can return an expended Aura from your graveyard to your hand. And Glamer Spinners, which can be played at any time, moves Auras from one permanent to anotherincluding itselfwhen it comes into play!But the fun doesn't end there! When you consider the cards that create surprise blockers and the cards that let you tap your opponent's creatures at will, it will be clear that Auras aren't the only things you've mastered. read more
The Ice Age card Aurochs is a creature with trample that, when it attacks, gets a bonus for each other attacking Aurochs. At the t...ime, there was only one question: What other Aurochs? The Aurochs Stampede deck finally answers that question, as three new Aurochs show up to really get the herd rumbling.Over the first few turns of the game, play cheap creatures like Tinder Wall and Orcish Lumberjack. Besides helping you out in combat, they can accelerate your mana. They do so for a price, however, so be sure its worth sacrificing a permanent to get a temporary mana boost. Then, starting with the two-mana Bull Aurochs, youll start calling your cantankerous cattle.Keep the first few Aurochs you assemble as safe as possible while building up your herd. In fact, Aurochs Herd is the card that can help you out the most, since it will find more Aurochs in your deck. If you use the Herds ability to fetch another Herd, or you start bringing them into the fold with Hibernations End, you can keep playing Aurochs until the cows come home! read more
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