MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: February 2007
Today's Extended, though a year removed from its most recent "relevance" as a competitive format, is looking just as diverse.
A change in the life totals for 2HG, the possibility of an artifact Akroma, GP Dallas is in the books, Planar Chaos hits Magic Online with two release avatars, and more!
After last week’s monstrous review of the first 100 days of CI and a lot of old questions, it’s time to go back to the cranial.
What are you doing on turn two?
Think about your FNM deck.
In this article originally published April 18, 2006, fadeblue encourages a bit of cross-training by learning lessons from another famous card game.
Will 10th Edition be black-bordered, or was WOTC pulling a fast one on us during "bluff week?
The purpose of a Magic have/want list is the same as a trade binder in real life: to enable you to trade with other people.
As today's title may or may not suggest, this article is number 100 in a long list of Cranial Insertion articles!
A while ago we sent off a list of questions to Mark Rosewater.
Hello and welcome to another edition of Battle of the Sets VIII! Today we have a lot of fantastic matches, thrilling plays and total blowouts, so there's a lot here to examine.
Feuerdrache outlines the four fundamental elements of winning Magic and offers a tournament report illustrating the importance of maintaining focus in a difficult situation.
Time Spiral Block is a great block for the casual Magic player, especially if you are one of those casual magic players like me that has been playing for a long time.
PT Geneva is in the books, a change in PT coverage, some more information about Magic Online 3.
In 2002, Ixidor, Jeff Donais, and Mark Rosewater unleashed morph upon the world in Onslaught.
This deck started out life as an attempt to create a hybrid madness/destructive flow deck based roughly on the aggro flow archetype.
When Wizards began the Time Spiral block, they assured us that the entire set was ‘out of the box’ in terms of mechanics and design.
As far as competitive Legacy goes, Time Spiral was a major disappointment.
A change for MTGO, no more digital cards on eBay, CompRules changes shake up an interesting interaction, the authors of the Lorwyn novel are revealed, and more!
Color pie shenanigans have taken the Magic world by storm as Planar Chaos hit stores Friday.
A new set is here - one like which we have never seen before.
In this article originally published April 12, 2006, Tom takes a look at cards that aren't quite broken and aren't quite junk, but are designed "just right.