MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: December 2005
The new year is rapidly approaching.
I'm not talking about the good vs.
Magic Online is a very important tool available to competitive players today.
Fact or Fiction is one of the most skill testing cards in all of Magic.
By the time you peruse this column, friends, it will be Christmas Day.
Then my friend Anthony told me about this card game he’d been playing.
I sometimes wish Magic had been around when I was a kid.
As a Magic player, I have a feeling we all have requested Magic cards from friends and family one time or another.
I began playing Magic in 1994 when I was in second grade, right after Fallen Empires came out.
With Mirage having been released for the online version of the game earlier this month, this is a great time to discuss some more questions covering cards from back in the day on Cranial Insertion.
The Magic Sock is a video blog.
Nothing like a decent ass-kicking to get your Magic motor running.
The single most common reason people lose games in Magic is because of mana issues.
Here in bright, sunny, balmy Tucson, the desert city an hour north of the Mexican border and a mere 3 hours east of the glittering Gulf of California, IT'S BELOW FREEZING.
I remember very well the first time I quit Magic.
That was the lightbulb moment.
It might just be the single most important question in the world today.
Welcome to the first episode of the Magic sock—a video blog in which we’ll talk about Magic: The Gathering.
Worlds this weekend gives us the perfect backdrop for this edition of Cranial Insertion.
I'd like to open this article by saying that I was really unsure about putting the word Slide in the title of this article.