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Mar 12 2018

Magic the Gathering and Sociology: Blue

Continuing my series from last week, today we’re going to dive into the intellectually-developed world of Blue and their approach to social problems. Given Blue’s focus on self-improvement and knowledge, I think they’d be quite invested in the education system- Blue wants a society of free-thinking individuals. As with last week, I’m going to start …

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Mar 08 2018

Legacy Cube Draft- Mike Jardine

I play a fairly standard legacy cube draft, jumping from archetype to archetype before settling in the worst one.

Legacy Cube Swiss Draft League

Mar 05 2018

Magic the Gathering and Sociology: White

I love to learn. It’s something central to my identity. They say you can’t learn via osmosis, but sometimes it really seems like I can- aside from the fact that osmosis is limited to transfer of water, of course! This part of me can have its downsides, of course. Sometimes, I sit in class and …

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Nov 03 2016

Multiplayer Madness 33 – Panharmonic Conjuring

Hello, hello, hello!

A lot has happened in the Magic world since I published my last article, most importantly the release of Kaladesh. This is a set with its very own visual style, a style I happen to like a lot and can’t wait to see more of. With energy, Wizards introduced a completely new …

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Jun 15 2016

Multiplayer Madness 32 – To Assemble a Legion

Welcome back to Multiplayer Madness, people!

You probably all know the situation: A new set is released and there is one card that absolutely fascinates you. You want to shove it into every deck you have and you want to build new decks around it although you cannot say yet whether the card is actually …

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Jun 01 2016

Multiplayer Madness 31 – Shadows over Innistrad, Part 2

Hi all, welcome back to Multiplayer Madness, the column about all things multiplayer here on MTGCasualPlay.com!

Today, we’re finally talking about the rest of Shadows over Innistrad, namely black, blue, multicolored and artifacts. The first part of my review can be found here and dealt with white, green and transform cards.

So, without futher ado, …

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May 04 2016

Multiplayer Madness 30 – Shadows over Innistrad, Part 1

Welcome to my Shadows over Innistrad review, dear readers! The whole set has been released and we can finally try out all the new toys Wizards gave us. There are bound to be some powerful cards as well as a few hidden gems that we might miss at first. So how about having a look …

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Mar 29 2016

Multiplayer Madness 29 – More Than One Head

Hello, dear readers, and welcome back to Multiplayer Madness! Last week, I met up with some friends and we had an awesome day that consisted of nothing but eating delicious food (Pizza! Pizza! Pizza!) and slinging cards. It was quite obviously the perfect day for people who are gamers at heart! In total, we were …

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Nov 24 2015

Multiplayer Madness 28 – Commander 2015, Part 3

Welcome to the third part of my Commander 2015 review! While the first part dealt with white and green and can be found here, part two was all about Dimir (blue and black) in case you’re interested. Today though, we’ll be talking about red, gold, artifacts and lands. Are you ready? Let’s jump right in!

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Nov 17 2015

Multiplayer Madness 27 – Commander 2015, Part 2

Welcome to the second part of my Commander 2015 review! The first part dealt with white and green and can be found here in case you’re interested. Today’s agenda is all about blue and black though. Please be aware that I always evaluate cards from a multiplayer perspective as I’m a multiplayer Magic enthusiast at …

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