After a month's wait, Wizards of the Coast has finally released their newest Magic: The Gathering set in a physical form.
Magic: The Gathering has had its share of misprint errors, especially when it comes to Commander products and other supplemental products.
One of the most prolific and populous creature types in Magic: The Gathering is also one of its least magical, as chances have it.
This decision comes after the printing of Thassa's Oracle made competitive EDH (short for Elder Dragon Highlander, another name for the format) untenable for a good many players. The art for Flash, a card from the Mirage set for Magic: The Gathering (shown here in its Magic 25 iteration, with art illustrated by Naomi Baker). The problem[...]
Today, we present you with a Magic: The Gathering Commander deck tech featuring one of the all-new legendary creatures from Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths.
"March, March, March!" hasn't quite gone as fantastically as anticipated, but don't think I've forgotten about that aspect of the month.
This guide will show you how to create a webcam stand for the sake of remote tabletop Magic: The Gathering play with your friends and colleagues.
To recap the deck techs written already for "March, March, March!", we here at Bleeding Cool have already covered Soldiers and Warriors. On to Knights!
For "March, March, March!", I'm dredging up an old deck of mine from the days of yore (but don't worry, no Dredge is actually involved here).
Today, we are going over a deck tech for Saskia the Unyielding, with a twist!
Well, it's taken us some time, but here is the final installment of my Commander hot takes for Wizards of the Coast's hit game, Magic: The Gathering.
I'm sorry, I think we have all been here before. This all seems strangely familiar to me. I kind of hate deja-vu at times, don't you?
Sometimes, there's an odd trend in Magic: The Gathering where, in all formats, something is troubling. These are linked inexplicably to the issue of value.
I'm not dealing with meta-issues such as the Commander RC, the CAG, the DCI, R&D, or any other acronym-ed Magic organizations (besides EDH and MTG as a whole), nor am I talking about social issues in here (Rule Zero aside… potentially) Bearing this in mind, let us begin! Source: Wizards of the Coast #8[...]
I'd like to go over some of these community-perceived mistakes as they pertain to the Commander format, and see if my own hot-take opinions properly align with those ones.