MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: July 2006
Today on Salvation Theatre, we are exploring a fascinating new set and its implications for our most prolific tournament format: Standard.
Welcome back to Cranial Insertion, where we are slowly recovering from the recent icy temperatures.
How does Jaya Ballard deal with protection from her favorite color?
Ravnica block is over, and the block that was promised to be a huge set for the Legacy player overall has been somewhat of a dissapointment.
Is there a shortage of Coldsnap?
From time to time, we’ve done several one-topic articles here, where we spend the entire piece telling you all there is to know about one Magical subject.
When playing a game of Magic: The Gathering, it is usually a duel between two planeswalkers who have gained vast knowledge by viewing and learning from the history of the many planes in the Multiverse.
What happens when a guild has to be two colours, when it has two philosophies, two meanings of life, two goals? It has to find a way to unite them all in one, clear idea, and this becomes the guild's identity.
Originally published in November 2005, this article was extremely popular for its philosophical viewpoint and talking cat, easily winning Article of the Month.
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I'm really excited about what Coldsnap is offering the casual player.
For most players with little tournament experience, it's very easy to underestimate the importance of the mulligan.
Yawgmoth's Will is arguably the single most powerful card ever printed for use in constructed magic.
Magic Online has a variety of tournaments you can participate in, including regular 8-person draft queues, premier sealed and constructed tournaments, 8-person constructed queues, and 4-week sealed deck leagues.
Welcome to this week’s Cranial Insertion, from the frozen tundra of Dominaria.
Casual is the game as Richard Garfield originally meant it to be played: There might be one of a power card floating around, but that’s it.
I watched my opponent's Azorius First-Wing deal another two points to my face.
Mono Blue Control.
Obviously, there are some issues with this deck.
Two of this year's three Champs tournaments are over, a Pro Tour just went by, middle of the summer.