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An MTG Thanksgiving

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Greetings, Dominarians! We, the council of the Day of Gratitude, wish you a happy holiday.

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As you convene with your families, remember to take frequent breaks. Long cart rides can get dangerous if you start to doze on the reigns.

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Enjoy your feasting...

feastoftheunicorn(turkey)

...your entertainment...

balllightning(football)

...and your uncomfortable conversations with the distant relatives you never see.

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Always remember that this is your tribe, and no matter what your drunk Mad Auntie has to say about your career as a Goblin Welder, you should always accept her apology the next day—provided it comes with a bucket of coins.

reparations(apologies)

We wish a joyous Day of Gratitude to you all! Enjoy your temporary freedom from the shackles of your masters, whoever they may be.

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