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Magic and Meaning

The Devil, Desire, and Redemption: Tales of Asmodeus

The newest Necropotence-on-a-stick from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms has a long history and a robust presence in contemporary culture.

None Shall Pass Bombs

Drafting Back Into the Dungeon

Ellywick Tumblestrum provides more dungeon venturing than battle songs, but you’ll find plenty of value with her on your side.

None Shall Pass Bombs

My Venture Into the Forgotten Realms

Green and white two drops get the job done in Carrie’s first Adventures in the Forgotten Realms draft on Arena.

Shattered Perceptions

Are Dungeons a Parasitic Mechanic?

Will you find parasites in your dungeons? What if you make your own?

Card Kingdom

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Cosplay of the Multiverse

Core Sets and Corsets

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms may not be a true Core Set, but you can still find corsets for cosplay!

Hipsters Presents

Envisioning Forgotten Realms: An Interview with Andrew Veen

The Lead Vision Designer of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms talks creature selection, rope technique, and the Council of Colors.

Drawing Live

The Designs of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is home to amazing designs, hefty let-downs, and subtle but substantial innovations.

Mirror Gallery

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Grand Art Tour

Donny is here to give you a tour of the best art from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms.

Drawing Live

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms First Look at Limited

With the first weekend in the books, there’s a lot to learn about Adventures in the Forgotten Realms and much design to appreciate.

Post-Combat

Core Meaning and the Forgotten Realms

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms presents the latest iteration on Magic’s struggle to design exciting Core Sets.

Drawing Live

Evaluating Venture

Venture is one of Magic’s least precedented and most parasitic mechanics, making it one of the hardest to evaluate.