MTG Salvation Article Archives: Author: David Earley
Magic 101: How Creatures Die Creatures die in Magic.
Targeting is one of those things in [b]Magic[/b] that seems pretty simple in premise, but can have a rather complicated application.
Triggered abilities are fairly simple in principle.
Priority and the stack are two of the most important aspects of the rules of Magic.
In the wake of the recently approved Banned/Restricted List discussion on TheManaDrain (a topic typically banned because it can become, well, unfriendly), I have been putting some thought into what sort of criteria should be used in making B/R decisions.
(Due to the timeliness of this article, MTGCast has agreed to slip back a day.
In a recent article, I elaborated on some of the obstacles you might encounter at your first Vintage tournament.
Errata has been a hot button issue of late with the recent new (or old) errata that has been given to Flash.
As has been noted by many set reviewers before myself, any card from a new set will have a difficult time making it into any competitive deck, let alone significantly impacting the format.
Going to your first Vintage tournament can be a daunting experience.
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.