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Zero to Thirty

Can Magic be a Spectator Sport

League of Legends and Hearthstone have become major spectator sports. Can Magic follow suit?

52 in 52

Test of Metal

Welcome to our 2016 52 in 52 series. This year I will be reading 52 Magic: the Gathering novels spanning […]

Hope Eternal

Miracles and You

This week Kate tells you how to play against her least favorite deck, Miracles.

None Shall Pass Bombs

The Final Super Sunday

Brendan says goodbye to the Super Sunday Series and hopes for a better replacement.

Card Kingdom

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What We Learned

Let’s Change the World Magic Cup

We discuss how to get the most out of the World Magic Cup

52 in 52

Agents of Artifice

Have you ever wondered where the history between Jace, Liliana, and Tezzeret comes from? Wonder no more as we review Agents of Artifice!

Hope Eternal

Griselbrand or Bust

This week Kate reviews an old Legacy favorite starring Griselbrand!

None Shall Pass Bombs

Things to Do at Grand Prix Denver

Brendan welcomes the Magic community to Denver for the Grand Prix weekend. Looking for things to do outside the venue? Check out this list!

What We Learned

Cyber Monday 2016

If you’ve been saving up your weekly allowance to buy some Magic cards, today is probably the day to do it.

52 in 52

Alara Unbroken

This week we find out what Nicol Bolas was up to after the Mending in Alara Unbroken.

Drawing Live

Doctor Strange, or How I Learned to Stop Solving Red Problems with Blue Solutions

Doctor Strange is a blue character faced with an unfamiliar, uncomfortable situation. There’s a lot to learn from this, both about Magic, and life.