MTG Salvation Article Archives: Monthly: July 2009
Hip to be Square: 8x10 By Tom Fowler Part One: An Eight-Man Draft What do you do when you see a pack with no clear first pick in it?
“I think the next century will be the century of complexity.
Parasitology can be a very interesting field of study for people with a strong constitution.
Cranial Insertion Heavy Metal Goyf or, M10?
Last weekend was the M10 Release draft at our store, an event that I was craving ever since I judged at the Prerelease and got to watch all those happy faces playing with the new cards.
Despite my love affair with Faeries, I’ll be the first to admit that it’s more than refreshing to see Standard so wide open.
Besides being the best game ever, Magic is also one of the most complicated.
Cranial Insertion Order of Operations (The Old Version!
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World by Tom Fowler[/center] If you've been living under a rock, then you may not have heard about the sweeping rules changes coming with Magic 2010.
When I decided to start my column back in February, my intention was just to write about Constructed.
If you aren’t familiar with the great Tina Turner’s music career, you can replace tempo in the title with love to get the name of one of her more famous songs.
Cranial Insertion Encore, Encore!
Good Game: Is This Horse Dead Yet?
It is not all that often that we, as a Magic-playing collective, embrace a single and universal concept.
Over the many years, I have relocated constantly from one town to another.
Cranial Insertion Revolution By Eli Shiffrin, Brian Paskoff, and Aaron Stevenson He's been pushing for change.
Hip to be Square: The Cube by Tom Fowler[/center] Cube drafting is the most popular pastime to be cubic since Emo Rubik sprang his eponymous Cube onto the world.
I had this past weekend off, so I decided to head over to my old apartment in Grand Rapids to support my roommate in his efforts to qualify for the MTGO Champs event, which could have potentially sent him to Worlds.
Over the years, I have developed a growing interest how we, as human beings, have an uncanny desire to enhance our possessions.