MTG Salvation Article Archives: Category: Off Topic
This article is a surprise for me.
Have you ever seen a simple invention and wish you had thought of it?
Today, we will be talking about the culture of safety in Magic.
Every once in a while, I like to think as a futurist.
I miss Cranial Insertion. If I got lazy, I had the weekly guarantee that my article would disappear into the Internet abyss.
The citizens of Yeva don't know it yet, but war is coming.
This is the playtesting that doesn't end, Yes it goes on and on my friends, Some people started playtesting it not knowing what it was And they'll continue playtesting it forever just because.
Critiquing Wizards of the Coast on their product is easy.
Articles about writing Magic have surfaced lately across the Aether of the Internet.
One of the great things about Magic is the ability of its fans to identify with the color pie.
I empathize with the other green mages' frustrations about our little piece of the color pie.
I had the luxury of interviewing some of the cast for the soon to be released film TAP: Max's Game.
Couldn't find a proper abstract due to lack of punctuation.
Counterspells should be bled into the remaining colors of the pie.
As requested, I want to take some time to talk about the advantages of mana dumps in the Commander format.
Life is great and I have been enjoying it.
Shifts in society are important because it changes how we define ourselves and interact.
Random: the most hated word in Magic.
New Phyrexia got spoiled a little bit early.
All opinions and speculation in this article are my own.
Finding a balance between our two greats loves can be difficult.
One year ago, I was sitting at home surfing the Internet.
Are you excited? Wizards of the Coast recently announced the revival of the Great Designer Search.
Originally, I sat down to write an article about my thumbs up review of M11.
A couple of weeks ago, I took a trip to Austin, Texas to see some friends.
Last weekend, I was rehashing some of my old decks.
The brain is a peculiar organ. With all of today’s technology, the human mind remains a mysterious wonder.
The WorldWake prerelease is upon us.
What a great Magic weekend. The wife had plans to spend all of day shopping and spending time with the girls on Saturday.
Magic players analogous to the blue section of the color pie get a lot of flack.
Welcome to the New Year! It is the time of year when we look dangerously in the mirror and promise to do better.
The ending of the calendar year brings forth family, friends, holiday meals, resolutions and reflection.
In the attempt to write something more than the standard jargon, I have this week a Q&A with judge extraordinaire Eli Shiffrin.
Mark Rosewater is on my &#!
The Grand Prix in Minneapolis has come and gone.
Mtgsalvation.com is kind of known as the site for rumors.
Ever have to sit across from a crying opponent?
Since last week, I have been testing my pet deck Greenimator through the gauntlet.
Standard has changed with the loss of the derogatory “F” word.
Fall is here. Trees are turning color, leaves are falling, and my hands are full of slivers.
Hello, my name is Lieutenant Meyou and I have been a Card Scene Investigator (CSI) for many years.
I awoke the other morning with ice on the windshield.
Oh, what a hot button issue. The new forums were thrust upon us without warning.
In college, I was taking yet another psychology class.
Like other sports, we have quote, unquote professional Magic players.
When I decided to write articles, I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what my niche would be.
Oh, the time is soon approaching when our high dollar cards from the Lowryn set will fall in value with the release of Zendikar.
One of the things I love about Magic is the ability to innovate.
One of the most valuable commodities is information.
Besides being the best game ever, Magic is also one of the most complicated.
Over the years, I have developed a growing interest how we, as human beings, have an uncanny desire to enhance our possessions.
A few years ago, a friend of mine started having monthly Halo parties at his house.
On May 07 in the year 2007, Mark Rosewater introduced us to Melvin and Vorthos.
Learning from Lennie Small If you haven’t read Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, Lennie Small is amazingly big and strong man, incredibly strong.
Great Card Shops Over the last ten years, I have moved and traveled a lot.