A quick list of things to look out for and things to think about for those people that look to be trading this weekend
It’s Gencon. I mean, enough said, right?
The community reacts to the news that Channel Fireball is parting ways with Tristan Shaun Gregson due to theft. Unfortunately, Magic isn’t always fun and games.
SGC Opens involve more than just playing Magic, and live streaming and social media allows everyone to get in on the fun.
Do you realize profits or only think you do? Corbin teaches us the difference this week.
The SCG Open Series came back to Washington, DC this past weekend. Along with it came huge numbers of gamers looking to test their mettle in Standard and Legacy, grind the trade tables, play side events or just hang out and have fun. The result: exciting Magic.
Gen Con is known as “The Best Four Days of Gaming” but the experience can be overwhelming for even veteran Magic tournament players. Thankfully we’ve got the inside scoop on how to navigate the convention and Indianapolis.
Heather reports on speculation and debate about what my be our first card and mechanic spoiled for Return to Ravnica. And no one likes to speculate and debate more than a Magic player!
Whether you’re looking for a deck for FNM, looking for the newest decks to beat at your next FNM or just catching up on good old fashioned competitive Magic, Heather has captured what captured Twitter’s attention this past weekend at the SCG Open Series in New York.
Mike Flores brought us another flare up from the front lines of geek/gamer culture’s growing intersection with the mainstream: are “booth babes” an invasion of our culture, an insult or just clever marketing? Read the original blog post and add your voice to the Magic-based Twitterverse response.