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Author Archives: Windborn Muse
Dear Robby, Last week, I read your article at gatheringmagic.com. You provided a list of things that you wanted to do before your child was born (congrats!). One of the things on the list includes building a casual playgroup. You asked, … Continue reading
Destroying your playgroup is really not all that difficult. Just do nothing.
Every play group sees plenty of creature removal. Whether you see old school standards, Terror and Wrath of God, funky midrange Chill to the Bone and Rout, or recent Victim of Night and Blasphemous Act, creature removal is everywhere. But … Continue reading
In the comments from last week’s article, Alex expressed his frustration with many of the tokens that are used. Consider that the inspiration for this pictorial article.
For as long as Magic cards have cost money, players have been using proxies. And I’ve hated them for almost that long.
What is scarier than a horde of Zombies?
The Best Player Syndrome has been making whiny Magic players feel better about themselves for more than ten years. It is time to debunk that myth.
Lately there has been a trend towards “Proactive” play. Anthony Alongi was among the first to suggest that playing the cards that scream out, “I’m going to win! Try and stop me!” was the best way to maximize your win … Continue reading
For those of you expecting the Seedborn Muse and his combination of Johnny-tastic decklists and reviews of past cards, my apologies. Brandon has a trial this week and the time pressures were such that he needed to skip the usual … Continue reading