Monthly Archives: January 2011

Graveborn Musings – Mirrodin Besieged Set Review, Part III

Hello again! Thanks for checking out the Muse Vessel – we appreciate your support of the new site, and in exchange I’ll promise you something special that I didn’t offer in my first two articles: brevity. Looking at the remainder … Continue reading

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Windborn Musings – Oh God, not another Mirrodin Besieged Review!

Welcome to Windborn Musings!  This is where you will hear my musings and undoubtedly be swept away by the brilliance of what I say.  While Graveborn and Seedborn Musings are interesting, well-written columns, it will soon become obvious  that the … Continue reading

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Seedborn Musings – My Gears Are Starting To Tremble

So this is what we’ve all been waiting for – a Mark Gottlieb-designed set.  Okay, maybe only some of us have been waiting, but back when Gottlieb started writing for the mothership, the thought of him leading a set would … Continue reading

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Graveborn Musings: Mirrodin Besieged Set Review, Part II

Welcome back! I’m still going through the cards from the new set like a junkie on an IV drip…I want it all right now, but I’m loving the slow tease that WotC does in the weeks leading up to the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Muse Vessel!

Welcome to the Muse Vessel!  As is pretty obvious from the web page, we will be writing on all things multiplayer Magic (and likely wandering outside of that limitation from time to time).  It became obvious to each of us … Continue reading

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Graveborn Musings: Mirrodin Besieged Set Review, Part I

Hello and welcome to Muse Vessel! This is my first article since the Star City Games Talent Search moved away from casual play, and I’m back, along with Bruce and Brandon, two great guys and great writers with a real … Continue reading

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