MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: November 2006
You see here the classic paradox of drafting.
Coming to you live (okay, a few hours delayed) from Worlds all this week is MTGCast's Dom!
Trading has been, and always will be one of the most exciting and rewarding parts of Magic: the Gathering.
A look around the world of Magic news with the December FNM promo, some Planar Chaos goodies, 2HG draft, podcasting from Worlds in Paris, and more!
By now, Thanksgiving has come and gone in the USA.
Currently, Legacy is one of the healthiest formats in Magic: The Gathering.
We can learn a lot from Sir Lancelot du Lac.
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The December FNM card, details on the Christmas pack, Fact or Fiction, the Format of the Week, and more!
The CompRules Police sent me out on yet another strange case.
After a disappointing tournament in which he went 0-2, losing all four games he played, and then dropped, local magic player Greg Johnson seemed surprisingly happy about the result.
Tony pays a visit to an old friend experienced in the illnesses suffered by Magic players, and offers some answers as to what might happen when nature calls for creatures in combat.
Hello, and welcome to Battle of the Sets VIII! If you don't know what this is, please take a look here and here.
On to what I'm going to talk about today: some things that I think that every Magic player should know, some tips and tricks of Magic.
Following Tom's article last week on Standard, Eli decided to write an article involving older cards.
The color Green has always been a fan favorite of new players, casual players and some who just take to its style of large creatures entwined with nature’s lore.
Six sliver decks enter, one sliver deck leaves! DarkRitual and LightSpecter pit the decks against one another in a battle for supremacy among one of Magic's most loved creature types.
Magic: the Musical.
A dragon from Planar Chaos, the cover of the Future Sight novel, the Format of the Week, the winner of the MTGCast logo contest, and more!
Champs events are in the books for most of the world now.
You know how everybody has a different world view? Well, my world view is considerably different.
Magic is a game that's based entirely on predictable concepts.
While Time Spiral won't revolutionize Vintage either, what it will do is provide a small set of new cards that may re-energize some older archetypes and cause unique problems for some of the most commonly played decks.