From Around the Web
Liz Lanier at Variety explains how Canada’s tariffs in response to U.S. tariffs have raised prices on Magic cards in the country.
Richard Costa at Tech Raptor has a thorough teardown of the UI in Magic: The Gathering Arena.
With Core Set 2019, the Zombies are looking remarkably refreshed. Rudy Briksza at Gathering Magic has a new brew ready for Standard.
Lee Shi Tian at MTG Mint Card covers the impact cards from M19 for Modern.
Everything You Need to Know About the Reserved List, But Were Afraid to Ask or Why You Are Wrong About the Reserved List
Dan Bock has one of the most comprehensive pieces explaining the reserved list I’ve ever seen, all in a Facebook pos.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
The time you’ve spent mastering a game doesn’t have to be a liability on your job application—Sperling shows you how to make it an asset.
You have Modern questions. PV has the answers.
Now, these cards litter ban lists or dominate formats. But when they were first released? Crickets.
Join Reid Duke for 7 glorious rounds of Swiss and a cut to Top 8 as he pilots his trusty Jund through one of Magic Online’s top tier competitive events!
Jump into another Cube Draft alongside LSV!
LOL THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS https://t.co/Kf9VcUcU4h
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) July 17, 2018
— Oscar Christensen (@OscarChr6) July 15, 2018
I’ve written a companion piece: pic.twitter.com/XkLVJOOZUO
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) July 13, 2018
The miracle mechanic broke rules they shouldn't have allowed to break, including attributes on cards in a hidden zone that were hard to track and easy to mix or forget. We said so at the time. Over and over. My #1 least favorite mechanic ever. https://t.co/KOtUIPaagZ
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) July 17, 2018
#PT25A is still three weeks away but I can say unequivocally this is the most excited I’ve ever been for a Magic tournament.
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) July 13, 2018
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