From Around the Web
On his blog, Mark Rosewater addresses a question about diversity in representation in Magic.
Lauren Orsini at Forbes writes about the massive expansion of the MTG Arena Beta.
The best removal spell of all time? Lover of all white cards Craig Wescoe has a bit of an homage to one of the greatest white cards in history as he recounts the tournament pedigree of Swords to Plowshares.
Looking to exploit the new Sagas from Dominaria? Saffron Olive at MTGOGoldfish writes about some of the potential ways to use them in the new format.
It’s unusual to get the actual hard data from a testing team’s Limited preparation, but Zen Takahashi at MTGMintCard has the win percentages and pick orders his team arrived at for each archetype in Rivals of Ixalan.
Reid takes a close look at Dominaria, and in a surprise move the first card to catch his eye is green!
We won’t judge you if you had to look them up.
The Jund mirror is one of the format’s most complex matchups. Joel walks you through every aspect to take your game to the next level!
Dive into the new Draft format alongside Marshall Sutcliffe as he heads into a Masters 25 Draft on Magic Online!
The artifact lands were too powerful for Modern. They’re also commons.
My signature spellbook:
Dread of Night
— Craig Wescoe (@Brimaz4Life) March 23, 2018
On driving from Toronto to DC: pic.twitter.com/3ybvNKYd2K
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) March 14, 2018
Do we actually know how the new PW redirecting rule will work with cards like Blightning and Searing Blaze? How about Forked Bolt?
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) March 15, 2018
Watching people play super crisp magic is a true delight. Organized, efficient, and fast-paced. @utdzac on camera right now doing just that. Also, @PascalMaynard and @OwenTweetenwald come to mind (lots of others)
— Logan Nettles (@Jaberwocki) March 18, 2018
Not to take anything away from UMBC's win over Virginia, but the Duke BLUE devils defeating a round 1 Iona has to be the upset of the tournament! How does a mono blue team beat Iona??? pic.twitter.com/EfaZnt5GPS
— Craig Wescoe (@Brimaz4Life) March 19, 2018
Research by William Lamping.