Two-time Invitational Winner Tom Ross takes a few minutes to talk to you about Magic's latest controversies and what you can do to protect yourself against the lesser players that occasionally contaminate our game.
Many of us are well-versed in Magic and in the culture, and we've acknowledged that Magic Online can be challenging. But what do new players see? What is the new user experience for MODO? Fortunately, JDB has minimal experience with the program and can be our guinea pig...
Cedric Phillips sits down with Patrick "PSulli" Sullivan to chat about the results of #SCGMINN, their thoughts on the recent suspensions by the DCI, and how they believe cheating in Magic should be handled moving forward.
In this exclusive and fascinating report, Zac Hill talks about the wild experience that is covering Magic's biggest stage! He discusses the nuances, the benefits and detriments, and speaks a little about the next step in his Magic journey.
David McDarby ran the grinder gauntlet over the last few weeks! Read about his incredible journey through these tournaments and his travels, but more importantly, read about the journey that lies ahead of him.
Cedric Phillips sits down with Pro Tour Khans of Tarkir champion Ari Lax to talk about his big win, why his team is a force to reckoned with, and what he thinks about the controversy surrounding his sportsmanship.
Ross Merriam gives a fascinating look into the tension that competitive players feel between fun and dedication. Should you play Magic when you don't want to? How important is resolve versus exhaustion in tournament Magic? What are you Magic goals and how far will you go to reach them?
Cedric Phillips sits down with Patrick "PSulli" Sullivan to chat about the results of #PTKTK, where the Standard format moves going forward, and whether Ari Lax's sportsmanship should have been called into question.
With the Pro Tour looming large, Todd talks about team-testing flaws. But the thrust of what he wants to convey today involves Magic Online, its latest controversy, and the important steps that need to be taken in order to restore order to the culture surrounding the program.
Pro Tour weekends are some of the best times to look back and think about how far the game has come. Whether you're new to the game and don't know about the old days, or you're an old-timer that wants to see some names you haven't in a while, come sit down beside Adrian Sullivan and reflect.
Cedric Phillips sits down with Pro Tour Los Angeles runner-up Billy Moreno about being the design lead on M15, why he chose to go to Ferguson, and what his time was like while he was there.
Abe Sargent is a veteran of writing for this website, and nobody has done more to open up about Magic's greater contexts. In this reflective work, he revisits his past in order to tell you how it gave him his present and his future.
Fresh off his runner-up Legacy Open finish, Ross Merriam reminds you, his fellow players, that being close-minded is a one way ticket to suboptimal everything. Read his priceless advice before #SCGSTL!
Kent Ketter has a lot of things to say, and a lot of us desperately need to hear all of it. He's going to #SCGINVI this weekend, and he's going to win before he even signs a match slip. In this article filled with overdue sentiment, he tells you why.
A recent rules faux pas has some people talking about Magic's gray areas. Shaheen, a veteran of the game and a well-respected player, weighs in on the uncomfortable situation. Where is the line between using every advantage to win and flat out cheating?
The great Sheldon Menery, expert Judge and community advocate, explains some important things that certain members of our culture need to read, hear, and reflect on.
Ghostwriter David McDarby steps in to translate the Ravnican account of a planeswalker roaming our realm! See what gaming experiments this Izzet wizard conducted in the bustling summer streets of Indianapolis.
Brian DeMars knows there are two sides to every story. Here, he tells you his side of the big organized play changes for 2015. If you're interested in the ongoing discussion, this write-up will be music to your ears.
Brian Kibler isn't just a two-time Pro Tour winner. He earned his way back years ago by grinding PTQs! Find out what one of the most experienced players in all levels of Magic thinks of its changing tournament landscape.