From Around the Web
The Professor gets up close and personal with one of the game’s best planeswalkers and one hell of a cosplay artist.
Get Lee Shi Tian’s take on the best cards from Core Set 2019.
I remember being defiantly unashamed to play Magic ever since I escaped middle school, with one exception: some of the art was, frankly, embarrassing. Jake Kleinman at Inverse looks at the long overdue departure from that aeshetic, and the all-too-inevitable inevitable backlash.
Get a deep dive on one of Magic’s oldest and most obscure Limited formats with Raphael Levy’s Rochester Draft primer.
Michael Flores at Gathering Magic looks at the Constructed playability of Suncleanser.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Nassif returns to his old standby, Blue-White Control, with a few updates like Dragonlord Ojutai and Minamo!
Mark Rosewater recently asked what WoTC could do to make Pauper better. Alex outlines his ideas.
Looking for a way to enjoy extra packs of Core 2019?
Deathrite’s departure could signal the return of Goblins, which conveniently just received a helpful boost from Core Set 2019!
Gerard Fabiano makes a triumphant return with Legacy Miracles as he pilots it through a queue on Magic Online!
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