Magic? I haven’t played that shit since middle school


Hey everybody! Jared Gimbel ’11 and others are starting a Magic: The Gathering Pentagon league at Wes. Pentagon is semi-casual, semi-competitive, and open to anyone who wants to join. The first meeting will be held on the first weekend of school (times to be determined), with events running throughout the semester. Interested? Email jgimbel at wes for more information.

As a sidenote, any prospective students who used to play Magic should bring any cards they have. It’s a great way to bond with your hallmates, who more than likely used to play too, and are probably just as embarrassed as you are about the fact that you still known how to play.

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75 thoughts on “Magic? I haven’t played that shit since middle school

  1. Anonymous

    my brother was an excellent magic player. he also was a really good golfer, tennis player, and likes shiny things, money, and polo clothes now. magic wasn’t/isn’t only for nerds. he still plays every now and then with my cousin who is a social, soccer playing-graphic designer with a bad temper, and also happens to have one of the sickest black decks this side of the mana pool.

  2. Anonymous

    my brother was an excellent magic player. he also was a really good golfer, tennis player, and likes shiny things, money, and polo clothes now. magic wasn’t/isn’t only for nerds. he still plays every now and then with my cousin who is a social, soccer playing-graphic designer with a bad temper, and also happens to have one of the sickest black decks this side of the mana pool.

  3. Anonymous

    my brother was an excellent magic player. he also was a really good golfer, tennis player, and likes shiny things, money, and polo clothes now. magic wasn’t/isn’t only for nerds. he still plays every now and then with my cousin who is a social, soccer playing-graphic designer with a bad temper, and also happens to have one of the sickest black decks this side of the mana pool.

  4. Anonymous

    I bonded hugely with a fifth grader last year when I offered to play magic with him. he basically shit his pants with excitement that I knew how to play.this summer, he thinks magic is dumb.

  5. Anonymous

    I bonded hugely with a fifth grader last year when I offered to play magic with him. he basically shit his pants with excitement that I knew how to play.this summer, he thinks magic is dumb.

  6. Anonymous

    I bonded hugely with a fifth grader last year when I offered to play magic with him. he basically shit his pants with excitement that I knew how to play.

    this summer, he thinks magic is dumb.

  7. Anonymous

    And Digimon, before they were a cartoon – when they were tamogachis that battled. That shit was sweet.

  8. Anonymous

    And Digimon, before they were a cartoon – when they were tamogachis that battled. That shit was sweet.

  9. Anonymous

    And Digimon, before they were a cartoon – when they were tamogachis that battled. That shit was sweet.

  10. Anonymous

    9:32: I had pogs! Only for like 45 seconds in third grade, but I totally went there. And then promptly forgot all about it when Tamogachis came out.

  11. Anonymous

    9:32: I had pogs! Only for like 45 seconds in third grade, but I totally went there. And then promptly forgot all about it when Tamogachis came out.

  12. Anonymous

    9:32: I had pogs! Only for like 45 seconds in third grade, but I totally went there. And then promptly forgot all about it when Tamogachis came out.

  13. Rob

    I’m totally in favor of nerdiness, but Magic is dangerous. A bunch of my friends started playing again this summer and spend like 20 – 40 dollars a week on cards. That shit’s like crack.

  14. Rob

    I’m totally in favor of nerdiness, but Magic is dangerous. A bunch of my friends started playing again this summer and spend like 20 – 40 dollars a week on cards. That shit’s like crack.

  15. Rob

    I’m totally in favor of nerdiness, but Magic is dangerous. A bunch of my friends started playing again this summer and spend like 20 – 40 dollars a week on cards. That shit’s like crack.

  16. direland

    There were five of us who used to play during Band, back in middle school. Anytime the woodwind section wasn’t playing music, half of us were playing Magic. Baron Sengir was the tits.

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