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Steel Dragons

Posted by Troacctid, in Runescape, Magic: the Gathering 27 September 2010 · 1,282 views

Magic: The Gathering runescape slayer
This weekend was the Scars of Mirrodin prerelease.

It's unfortunate that I didn't have a steel dragon slayer task, because I got wrecked by them on four separate games and I sure could have used 15% bonus damage.

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I didn't even get any good drops from them. All I got were blowout games where I died with no permanents. :cry:

:blink: Damn. I'm gonna have to get me one of those.

:blink: Damn. I'm gonna have to get me one of those.

It's the Release promo, if that helps. :thumbup:
should of took your antirfire sheild, or DFS ;)

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