MTG Salvation Article Archives: Author: DarkRitual
The returning champion of the Arena, Blue Slivers, will have to test its mettle against a new challenger: Trading Post!
DarkRitual returns to the pen to bring us a new series in Casual Magic, and kicks things off with Slivers against Slivers!
What does basketball have to do with [b]Magic: the Gathering[/b]?
For those that don't remember, last block I made a hypothesis about how R&D goes about doing their interblock design.
Lorwyn is a mechanically designed set.
I believe that one of the best things about the game of Magic is the fact that everyone who has been playing Magic for a while has a story they enjoy telling the people they meet.
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.
Six sliver decks enter, one sliver deck leaves! DarkRitual and LightSpecter pit the decks against one another in a battle for supremacy among one of Magic's most loved creature types.
A long long time ago, in a galaxy far away.
It's finally here! Time Spiral has finally arrived and it looks like it has lived up to the hype.
Around the time the third set in the block comes out, Block Constructed starts becoming really popular.
DarkRitual: So, is there anything I can break in Coldsnap?
I'm really excited about what Coldsnap is offering the casual player.
Welcome to today's episode of Casual Magic with yours truly, DarkRitual, as the host.
Welcome back, folks.
There are different types of casual cards.
I remember seeing Halcyon Glaze for the first time in the Ravnica spoiler.
Ravnica block is completely different from the other blocks in terms of the styles of the decks.
Mo'Land (March 7th, 2006)
Ever get mad because you lost the game due to mana screw or mana flood? You draw 5 lands in a row, but you keep a cool head knowing it has to end sometime, only to look at your next card and see another land.
Sometimes, you forget how fun Magic use to be.
When I first looked at the Mirrodin spoiler, I saw a card called Tooth and Nail.
Building a good deck is as important as being able to play the deck.