BlitzenMagic : Pemmin’s Aura!

Round #4 of the Blitzen prizes.  How sweet it is to be part of such a colorful cast!

For those who don’t immediately recognize the card designs, or perhaps even the title (though Magic slang is frightfully colloquial) — I’ve decided to make everyone their own Magic: the Gathering card complete with their own image and flavor text.  It is your prize for using the super secret magic word like #Blitzen warriors!

If you still have no idea what I’m talking about, you can read up on Magic over at Wikipedia: here.  It’s a wondrously enchanting card game played by millions.

You can read about the Blitzen frenzy that inspired these prizes on my post: here.

BlitzenMagic - the Bloggathering!

Disclaimers, written with full respect to copyright legalities, the reality of geek cred, and the importance of feelings: 
To Magic:  You are notorious for protecting your copyright– so these are BlitzenMagic the Bloggathering cards, of course.  Entirely different!  But seriously, please don’t sue me: my deck would not a full game make.

To the hardcore Magic fans:  All are from the rare golden Rarasaur deck, as you can see.  Other than that, I took liberties with many other aspects to make it symbolic of the time.  I’ll also be posting these under random Magic slang that have no meaning in association with the cards.   And yes, everyone is Blitzenbonded for ability, and a creature.   Please don’t roast me by the flame of Magic blasphemy.

To participants of the BlitzenFrenzy: After these first four, the remaining will be posted with no rhyme or reason in regards to groupings.  Please don’t read any meaning into the grouped postings.  Also, these were made with love and the funny type of sunshine that makes it look like the light is snowing.  In other words, they’re supposed to make you feel good and show the world how much I appreciate you– if you don’t feel it, I will happily take yours down.

Phew! Disclaimers done, let’s party!

Click the card to visit the blogger!

Archita, of "A Journey Called Life..."
Archita, of “A Journey Called Life…”
Dawn of "Tales from the Motherland"  (PS - Dawn, the howlite lucky elephant is for healing energy to come your way in full!)
Dawn of “Tales from the Motherland” (PS – Dawn, the howlite lucky elephant is for healing energy to come your way in full!)
Tess of "Let's Cut the Crap"
Tess of “Let’s Cut the Crap”
Brickhouse Chick from "Swimming to my 50's"
Brickhouse Chick from “Swimming to my 50’s”

May the blitzen be with you!

Playing catch up?
Round 1 of the Blitzen prizes: Windmill Slam!
Round 2 of the Blitzen prizes: Victory Condition!
Round 3 of the Blitzen prizes: Alpha Strike!


    1. Thank you so much, Al… I was actually happy about how easy it was since I felt like I knew instantly what picture or words I wanted for each blogger. It’s good to be part of a community that knows each other so well! 🙂


  1. LOVE it! Feel like a big white elephant is sitting on my chest right now, but the card is perfect in all ways! Such fun this is… I just keep waiting for a ping, to see the next batch. What a good egg you are! 🙂


    1. 😀 Thank you, Dawn, glad you like your card! Howlite is supposed to be good for lung-healing and of course the trunk-up, foot-forward elephant is good luck, too… I’m hoping everyone who sees the card visualizes it for a second and sends an extra poof of good strong thoughts your way. 🙂 xo!


      1. I also have a green deck that has a “Voice of Resurgence” that I got in a booster. It’s my “dick move” deck!


  2. Pulled from Minnow on Yahoo Answers:
    “Once not very long ago, not very far from here
    lived Percival and Chauncy, two very shy reindeer.
    Both of them had one desire, each night they both would pray
    ‘We hope someday that Santa will let us fly his sleigh.’

    “All the other reindeer looked at them and laughed
    ‘You two can’t fly and if you try you’ll only cause a crash!’
    Percival and Chauncy ignored their ridicule
    And went to Christmas city, to Reindeer flying school

    “Every day they practiced and soon they learned to fly
    No matter what the weather, you’d find them in the sky.
    Then on Christmas Eve, a terrible storm arose
    It got so cold that even old Santa nearly froze!

    “Percival and Chauncy said “There’s no cause for alarm”
    Then both of them flew Santa’s sleigh through the awful storm.
    They flew through the thunder and lightening to fame
    And that’s how Donder and Blitzen got their names.”

    See? I may be nuts, but I’m not crazy… I mean, I may be crazy, but I’m not … wait …. I’m not normal, my mother had me tested. Yes! That’s it! 😀


    1. This is brilliant! 😀 I’ll add it to my bank of strange Christmas trivia… thank you, John… you always bring such an element of frightfully wondrous things my way. 🙂


    1. Thank you, JED! 😀 I hope everyone loves theirs, but every time I do something like this I worry that they won’t. 🙂 I guess I’m just a worrier! 🙂



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