Chris Cooks, President of Wizards, rolls out the new Magic: The Gathering Code of Conduct—a tool to help keep play spaces a fun and welcoming environment for everyone.
From Around the Web
You can’t improve as a player unless you stop to reflect on where you can improve. The new year represents a chance for a fresh start. Rudy Briksza at Gathering Magic reevaluates his goals in Magic, starting with the big one: Top 8’ing a major event.
It’s good to be the king. #1 ranked player in the world Seth Manfield at TCGPlayer takes a look at the rest of the Top 25—and the decks they’ve been piloting lately.
Find Your Battlefield has a 2-minute video of players explaining why they play.
Modern can be an intimidating place, but Saffron Olive at MTGGoldfish is here to help you see through the fog of war. Know what to expect from the moment your opponent plays their first land!
Well here’s a player we can certainly appreciate! Andreas Petersen interviews PVDDR about his Magic career.
Andrea wonders if it is time for some of these Modern cards to come off the ban list.
Building a successful team starts by fostering a dynamic that lends itself to success.
If you’re playing control in Standard, Drake Haven is just a better win condition than Approach. PV shows you why.
Hide behind a wall of enchantments in a deck that only Legacy could produce!
Last weekend was a send-off for triple-Ixalan. What lessons can we take away before we move on to Rivals?
Parting thoughts on VMA (#MTGO): A great format, but not as great in leagues as it was in pods. Hate-drafting key cards from certain archetypes mattered in this format more than any other I've ever played. You did have some control over opposing storm/cycling/madness decks…
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) December 18, 2017
I did 70 Ixalan sealed deck leagues, what was I thinking?
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) December 17, 2017
We did something special for our Secret Santa this year! https://t.co/tmv3CgWsOv Reply to this tweet with the best Magic gift you've ever received to be in with a chance of winning free entry to a GP of your choice in 2018! https://t.co/D73Qv14RIz pic.twitter.com/ZbAk7nECM2
— ChannelFireball (@ChannelFireball) December 24, 2017
Not only did I scrub out of the MOCS, but apparently I even lost round 1 of a GP that I didn't attend. They said it couldn't be done, but I've found a way to lose more matches than I've played. pic.twitter.com/kr28t51HBS
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) December 16, 2017
3-0 with this tasty little cycling deck! Astral Sliding an opposing Sea Drake is A+. pic.twitter.com/bklKN4wGxD
— Kenji Egashira (@NumotTheNummy) December 14, 2017
Research by William Lamping.