Wizards of the Coast Archives
Wizards of the Coast is an American games publisher founded by Peter Adkison in 1990 just outside Seattle, WA. The company mainly publishes table top games in the fantasy and science-fiction genres.
Wizards of the Coast started as a basement-run RPG publisher and popularized the collectible card game genre thanks to the success of Magic: The Gathering. They are also known for publishing the Dungeons & Dragons RPG after purchasing the original D&D developer TSR in the mid-1990s. Until 2003, Wizards published the licensed Pokémon Trading Card Game.
Theyalso publish novels based on games such as Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, and Legend of the Five Rings.
Wizards of the Coast has been a subsidiary of Hasbro since 1999.
Wizards of the Coast is releasing their 87th expansion for Magic: The Gathering, Strixhaven: School of Mages, on Friday, April 23rd.
Magic Arena, the digital interface for Magic: The Gathering, will be adding Strixhaven: School of Mages on Thursday, April 15th!
In this article, we will be going over our ranked fifth through first favorite Mystical Archive cards, with some Honorable Mentions.
Wizards of the Coast has been fantastic about creating novel inclusions in packs of Magic: The Gathering through "Booster Fun"!
A chain of tweets now has many Twitter users in the Magic: The Gathering Esports community up at arms over it, defending its subject.
The Magic: The Gathering Commander deck tech is based on Gyome, Master Chef, a legendary creature that virtually screams, "break my card!".
Various big-box retailers like Wal-Mart and Target have been limiting how many trading card products can be sold to individual customers.
At last, the final Commander 2021 deck for Magic: The Gathering has been revealed, and it's a doozy! Let's take a look!
We wrote up a Magic: The Gathering deck tech based on Commander's own queen of reanimation, Meren of Clan Nel Toth.
Magic: The Gathering has revealed yet another strong Commander deck coinciding with their newest expansion set, Strixhaven: School of Mages!
There are a bunch of really good Magic: The Gathering cards in this release for the blue-green color combination of Quandrix.
Magic breaks the solid rules of reality, so why shouldn't Magic: The Gathering's rules be overruled by the spells you cast?
This new Magic: The Gathering deck exhibits a relatively uninhibited example of what a blue and red precon should look like.
Today, we focus on Mairsil, the Pretender, a legendary creature from all the way back in the Commander 2017 set of preconstructed decks.
The Command Zone showed off one of the five upcoming decks to go along with the release of Strixhaven: School of Mages.