MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: March 2007
CynicalSquirrel returns with another Cynical look at Magic News!
The first Standard competitive decks to feature the Urzatron (Urza's Mine, Urza's Tower, and Urza's Power Plant) appeared during the Mirrodin expansion set, and neither the first, nor the second deck to utilize these three supermana lands featured Blue in
Planar Chaos is finally here!
Alright, you got me - Planar Chaos has been here for a while.
In this episode of Monday Night Magic, the crew talks about spoiled cards, a Magic Online three blog, Piravore, "Pardon the Instant", and more!
Going by the timestamps on my 325-page Word file, it has been two years since I first hijacked the excitement of the then-upcoming release of Saviors of Kamigawa to bring to you this little column about rules.
I'm sure that every college student would enjoy an excuse to go on a 12-hour road trip (each way) the week before finals.
Disagreeing with an Elgin usually feels like being a punching bag, only you look a lot worse when he is done with you.
If you make your own decks on anything resembling a regular basis, many of them are probably going to just plain suck.
The first official Future Sight card is here, and it's Sprout Swarm!
Apologies to Moko for the title.
Happybounce takes a chance at revitalizing an old archetype by building a non-Glare deck.
Not long ago I spoke with Jarno Porkka, inventor of one of the most interesting and unique Magic decks ever created for any format.
The MTGCast crew is back, talking about textless Disenchants, a memorial to Timmy's favorite Angel, more about the new Penalty Guidelines, GP Amsterdam, and more!
This Saturday just past, the DCI put into effect a new set of penalty guidelines.
The format is Ravnica-Ravnica-Guildpact draft, or "RRG" to its friends.
Building your own Magic deck isn't easy.
Welcome back! In Part 1, I covered the aggro and aggro-control decks that you are most likely to see while playing in PTQs this Extended season.
The April FNM card takes a moment to bask in the spotlight (hint hint), Planar Chaos comes to Magic Online, Raphael Levy doubles up on the GP wins, viewing old and new promos in Magic Online, and more!
No, it's not that other movie with Daniel Craig.
Legacy is a format Wizards of the Coast has recently been trying hard to promote, it has the largest cardpool outside of Vintage, and thanks to a well maintained banned list, is very balanced and open.
In this May 2005 Article of the Month nominee, bateleur looks at several casual multplayer games and duels to explore the unwritten rules of unsanctioned Magic.