For Jim Davis, Thanksgiving isn't one day a year but an ongoing process. Today he looks back at the past twelve months and gives thanks for the awesome Magical things in his life!
One of the questions Emma Handy gets asked most often is pretty simple. How does one get started on the Magic grind? Today she shares the must-know details for anyone looking to make the jump!
With Thanksgiving Day tomorrow in the USA, Sheldon Menery has a lot to be thankful for! You, the reader, are on the list, but there's plenty more involving Magic, Commander, and the great life that surrounds them!
Chas Andres isn't convinced the new Magic digital offerings are a bad omen! Get our finance guru's take on why he thinks Magic: The Gathering Arena is far from problematic...and why Magic Online is far from dead! Nobody panic!
Brennan DeCandio is not particularly sanguine about Magic: The Gathering Arena's chances. He tells why he chooses to play the game on Magic Online...and why he thinks it's about to break his heart again.
Now on Select! Gerry Thompson has plenty of moments he'd take back if he could. Instead, he's shaping a better future for himself and the people around him. No card choices here, just his best tech for the metagame of life and the social currency that needs more attention in Magic.
Jim Davis looks back over his predictions for Pro Tour Ixalan (four out of five, not bad!) and calls out the armchair quarterbacks who tried to tear down Top 8 competitors after they made mistakes! The class on class starts now!
The rides are ready and the decks are sleeved. There's only one thing left to do: Let's eat!
Three players were disqualified at Pro Tour Ixalan, and while Ari Lax wasn't sad to see one of them go, the other two hold lessons for all tournament players! Get Ari Lax's "rules" for knowing the Magic Tournament Rules!
The Minotaur planeswalker Angrath has lots of storytelling potential! JDB covers the intriguing possibilities and makes a pitch for his U.S. readers to join him in serving their local communities!
We've all been through tilt a dozen times playing Magic, and it seems like the advice is always to step away and cool down. That's a band-aid, not a cure. Emma Handy lays out the essence of these negative feelings and teaches you to understand them--and begin to get rid of them.
Gerry Thompson has plenty of moments he'd take back if he could. Instead, he's shaping a better future for himself and the people around him. No card choices here, just his best tech for the metagame of life and the social currency that needs more attention in Magic.
Chas Andres has heard all the pro-leaking arguments when it comes to upcoming releases...but he's not impressed. Today he brings the heat, showing how leaks hurt everyone (including the leakers) and what we can do to preserve Magic's future.
Vintage. Standard. Ixalan Limited. Every tournament format needs to own up to its strengths and weaknesses. This week, Veteran Pro Tour deckbuilder Sam Black puts the game under the microscope and explains exactly what he sees.
Magic's player profiles are like siblings scrambling for Wizards of the Coast's parental attention. As Vorthos comes off two years of being treated as the golden child, JDB breaks down how Spike and his pet Gideons and Jaces went horribly wrong.
Chris Lansdell has never been short of opinions! Today the Magician of Mount Pearl dispenses his wisdom on Search for Azcanta, Merfolk and Dinosaurs in Standard, and much, much more ahead of SCG Washington DC!
*Record scratch* It seems Brennan DeCandio doesn't share Shaun McLaren's opinion about Modern being the best it's ever been! In fact, he's here with a special plea to Wizards of the Coast: don't ruin Pro Tour Rivals of Ixalan!
How do you conduct yourself when trading or speculating? Chas Andres offers his meditations on the dilemmas posed by Magic finance before covering this week's trends.
The Pro Tour Champion is remembered by one of his dearest friends in Magic.
What's it really like being a professional Magic player? Ross Merriam talks the highs, the lows, the grind, and above all the necessity of finding balance when Magic is work instead of a release.