One of the projects that I have wanted to do for awhile is to create a set of cards based on the collectible card game, Magic the Gathering. Yes, I am a nerd---thanks for noticing. Tonight, I was just not in the mood to do any of the reading for my classes, nor was I in the mood to attempt to write something serious. So I figured it would be as good as a time to start messing around with this project. Besides, we have been given such good material to mock over the last couple of weeks. Therefore, I present without further ado: Anonymous Blog. It is NOT a real Magic the Gathering card; and if it was, it would be banned from play (just like some of us would like to see it banned in real life). Anonymous Blog is an artifact that costs zero mana to bring into play (just like most of the blogs I am mocking). Tapping it adds a black, red, blue and green mana to the target's player [Order] manapool---hey, I said it would be banned if it was an actual MTG card. In the back of my mind, I have a couple of other cards that are going to interact with Anonymous Blog (yes, more mocking is coming)---it is more broken than it appears at first (just like most of the actual banned and restricted MTG cards). As always, if you think that I am mocking you, ask yourself why...and note that I am an equal opportunity offender---wait long enourgh and everyone will get mocked.
Morgan Drake Eckstein is a novelist and occult writer living in Denver, Colorado. He writes everything from science fiction and urban fantasy to erotica. He graduated from the University of Colorado with two Bachelor degrees (History and Literary Studies). Besides writing, Morgan does photography, book cover and Tarot art, and cartooning. In his spare time, he is an officer of Bast Temple, a small local Golden Dawn lodge in Denver, Colorado (BIORC in the Inner), and writes a monthly newsletter column for the Hearthstone Community Church ("The Open Full Moon People").