From Around the Web
Michael Bonde at MTGMintCard covers how to qualify for the Magic Online playoffs.
Riley Knight at TCGPlayer has a preview of a new hateful 2-drop.
Kyle Boggemes has a sweet list packing Bitterblossom in Legacy.
Luke Winkie at ESPN covers the big changes to professional Magic.
Saffron Olive at MTGGoldfish Drafts Ultimate Masters.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Head back in time to one of the most mechanic-packed sets ever made with LSV!
Join Reid Duke for a Competitive Draft of Guilds of Ravnica on MTG Arena!
A deck being easy to play is nothing to be ashamed of. It’s an advantage. PV ranks the decks of Standard from easiest to hardest.
Compared to the payouts of other similar esports, Magic is much closer than you might think.
Standard is a blast right now with a ton of viable decks. Which is best? Brian counts them down.
You're not a real #BoardGamer until you've gotten into a rules dispute, gone to the bathroom, pseudonymously posted to the message boards, then come out to claim you just found a post in the forums supporting your interpretation of the rules.
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) December 18, 2018
I need an adult. pic.twitter.com/UNFeXchW05
— Anneliese Faustino (@Anneliese_F) December 15, 2018
People are saying Lavinia is the death of Tron, and I’m just over here like… https://t.co/0dEELXgG7A
— Gaby Spartz (@GabySpartz) December 19, 2018
We have seen questions regarding qualification for the MPL, especially as it pertains to planning for next year's events. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions. We'll have more specific information early next year, so please keep an eye out. pic.twitter.com/RqqGk6STYV
— Magic Pro Tour (@magicprotour) December 18, 2018
I just realized I've been taking powerful sideboard cards over maindeck playables in Bo1 Arena drafts 🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) December 16, 2018
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