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10/30/2008 09:14 PM ID: 74430 Permalink   

Magic Mooners make Mischeif moving Magicians

 

In Bellingham Washington, the unthinkable occured. Two Magic: the Gathering players took the law into their own hands and gave some vigilante justice.

Friday night (Oct 24th) at Access Comics, store owner Larry Wolff and some friends were playing M:tG. Three men who had been drinking heavily came by, walking in. After being asked to leave, they returned, mooning those inside.

The pressure was enough to break the glass, and two of the Magic players took off, one of them armed, after the group. The beating was bad enough to break the bat. The two players face charges, and others in danger of losing their lives.

 
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  Aggressive card players  
 
It looks like those players must have played a card to raise their offense. If the mooners had a higher defense, and possibly flying skills, they would have had a chance.
 
  by: Mr. Wright     10/30/2008 09:50 PM     
  I have no idea what you guys are talking about...  
 
:?/
 
  by: valkyrie123     10/30/2008 11:01 PM     
  Too Bad  
 
They didn't have flanking, then they could have glided by :P

Valkyrie, these responses may be typical, but the story, nor the two that chased the drunk men were. Simpe, cases of rage.

I'm linking this to the MtG official forums though, as promised.
 
  by: Kroww   10/31/2008 11:18 PM     
  A Little More Here  
 
http://www.piersystem.com/...

This source gives a lot more information.
 
  by: ichi     10/31/2008 11:39 PM     
 
 
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