MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: September 2006
Can you hear it? That’s the sound of the color wheel rolling out of control!!! So long, color wheel! Welcome back Disenchant! Go to hell Naturalize! You know what, I’m so happy that even Haakon isn’t frightening me anymore.
Soldancer wraps up his series on casual Magic formats with a look at formats when the number of players isn't neatly divisible by two, as well as fixing Emperor and what happens when infinite mana goes wrong.
Did you know that there are only twenty Lords in Magic? There are well over 8000 different Magic cards, of which around half are creatures.
Some 9th Edition oddities, Time Spiral Prerelease goodness, split second, the idea of "pre-prints," and more!
This week, we’re all about Time Spiral! We’re going to cover general questions on the set, including its new and returning mechanics, and answer some questions lifted directly from the floors of the Prerelease.
The end of the Weatherlight Saga, so what do Wizards do? Put Continuity, Story Flow, Basic Logic, Reason and Common Sense on indefinite sick leave.
The Phyrexian invasion continues, some legendary dragons reawaken, and the Weatherlight just might crash.
For three thousand years, Urza Planeswalker has prepared for this day.
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There is still a bit of time left before temporal chaos descends upon the world of Magic.
Just over a week ago, my first article, Putting Your Eggs In Your Basket: Designing a Custom Set was published.
Around the time the third set in the block comes out, Block Constructed starts becoming really popular.
Every new set that comes out brings us new cards to build decks around.
The Pro Tour Hall of Fame announced, some official Time Spiral previews, word about MTGO v3.
On the tournament floor at Grand Prix Phoenix, the other judges and I noticed something about RAV-block limited: there are simply no new questions.
Talking to a lot of the more seasoned Magic players, you get the feeling that now is a boring time for the Standard format of Magic.
Every time I stop playing Magic for a while, I begin to miss it.
Power cards give players design ideas and open up avenues of strategy.
As usual something goes wrong with MTGCast, this time we did the whole show with Gary from MTGVault.
Yes, I am not your regular writer.
Continuing on from yesterday, Alfred finishes sizing up all the sets, and sets out the main structure of the tournament.