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Ever wondered what Magic card ranks as the greatest of all time? Now you can vote to help decide in a bracket that pits the top 128 cards against each other!
Get a look deep inside Pro Tour testing and the function of a testing team as PV, Sam Black, and Mike Sigrist share their insights about the process.
In a format of all commons, you might be surprised to learn that there are a multitude of combo options. David Wright at Gathering Magic looks at four of the most popular.
Bob Feteke at Newsweek covers the DnD-MTG crossover.
Some of the old Wizards ad campaigns are… interesting.
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Our Commander 2018 preview card casts what could be the most powerful white spell ever printed.
Standard is looking a lot more diverse than it appeared just a month ago, as the diverse Top 8 at Dutch Nationals made clear!
Take on another Vintage Cube Draft alongside Luis Scott-Vargas as he walks you through 3 packs of the most powerful cards in Magic!
One of the most anticipated events at Grand Prix Chiba, the Unlimited Edition Rochester Draft gave eight players a chance to Draft a set featuring the games most valuable cards.
Watch Ben Stark guide you through another Core Set 2019 Draft on Magic Online!
Just so we’re clear I’m always intent upon dominating the battlefield and my opponent. pic.twitter.com/DqmEVVoByr
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) July 21, 2018
Thank goodness I don't play video games, I just play collectible trading card games online. Close call. pic.twitter.com/WeWAQwWXDb
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) July 22, 2018
My toddler has shown zero aptitude for tournament Magic until today, when she shrieked “It wasn’t a good game!” at another child during Go Fish.
— Patrick Sullivan (@BasicMountain) July 16, 2018
Can you pay for Hazoret’s ability with a Lion’s Eye Diamond?
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) July 21, 2018
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) July 25, 2018
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