From Around the Web
Chris Carter at Destructoid talks with the team behind MTG Arena about where they see Arena, and Magic esports in general, going.
Jim Davis at CoolStuffInc had a rundown on what decks to expect at the Mythic Invitational.
Autumn Burchett plays the deck they used to win the first ever Mythic Invitational.
Mythic Invitational play-by-play announcer AliasV gave a quick recap of Esper Control at TCGPlayer.
John Moyer at MTGGoldFish explains why Burn is a deck you must be able to beat in Pauper, and how to do it.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Would you be better served to bring two identical decks or two wildly varying decks to Duo Standard at the Mythic Invitational?
PV brings you 6 more chances to test your skills with Magic’s new mulligan system!
Nico stumbled upon a novel way to track simple mistakes, and some meaningful lessons for every player.
There are a lot of elegant strategies in Ravnica Allegiance Draft. Gruul lets you pulverize them.
It’s a new generation of Aristocrats, downshifted to common.
23 years ago I chose to judge rather than play in the very first Pro Tour and have always wondered about what could have been. Excited and terrified to play in this first new kind of Magic event all these years later. https://t.co/ZZ1H6jX1LE
— Brian David-Marshall (@Top8Games) March 27, 2019
— Willy Edel (@bazardebagda) March 21, 2019
No need, looks like Paul took care of that himself. https://t.co/YjCGsstlPs
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) March 27, 2019
Giving @GabySpartz a pep talk about the Invitational, with the most motivating line being:
“Just remember, @wrapter didn’t day two with Caw-Blade”
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) March 26, 2019
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) March 25, 2019