Magic-lover and meteorologist John Dale Beety, like much of us, dodged a lot of expected weather this week! Read about how the experience sent him on a trip down Magic memory lane.
John Dale Beety talks successes and failures in storytelling, new artists making their Magic debut in Battle for Zendikar, and shares some of the best and worst flavor text the new set has to offer!
Nissa has become a popular character in recent Magic memory, but did you know that everyone's favorite elf planeswalker started out downright villainous? JDB investigates the Nissa we thought we knew...
Magic has a way of teaching life lessons that can be applied in other places - and not just in other games. Join John Dale Beety as he shares some of his hard-won wisdom while foraying out in a new direction and making the best of whatever came his way.
Join John Dale Beety as he recaps our showcase of everything you need to know for Grand Prix London this weekend, from the event schedule and venue map to local eateries and London sightseeing!
Grand Prix London is going to be a fun-filled spectacle, and a big part of that will be our two two Artist Guests of Honor, Aleksi Briclot and John Avon!
Are you considering what it would take to turn your hobby interest in Magic into a lifelong career? John Dale Beety has some advice for his younger self that he'd like to pass on to you too, then, so you know what lies down that path well enough to consider it.
If you're interested in coming to Grand Prix London, John Dale Beety has all the info you need to figure out how to get around and what you should go see while you're visiting the city!
Since he was first printed, Jace Beleren has always been almost a stick figure of a planeswalker - left without any real history or character almost as if it was intentional, so that it would be easier to fill that role ourselves. But no more - meet the real Jace!
With the set fully spoiled and in our hot little hands this past weekend at the Prerelease, John Dale Beety sifts through Magic Origins to savor the artistry, the story, and the feel of the set in true Vorthosian fashion.