1993 “Magic: The Gathering” Beta Cards | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 1 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

1993 “Magic: The Gathering” Beta Cards | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 1 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

GUEST: I brought in Magic cards. My husband played Magic in the ’90s. APPRAISER: Okay. GUEST: And at the time, he made a concerted effort to get whole sets. He played with his friends, and played in tournaments. APPRAISER: Okay. GUEST: But then I think he wanted to have a complete set. APPRAISER: Yep. GUEST: […]

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Who is Vraska? | Magic Arcanum

Who is Vraska? | Magic Arcanum

Welcome to Magic Arcanum. I’m Ryan Gomez, and I am so glad you’re here because it’s story time! Last week we explored surprises in Magic and how they relate to the ongoing story. Today I want to make good on my promise that Magic Arcanum will continue to talk about the lore, so we’re gonna […]

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When I was A Child My Magic The Gathering Collection Was Thrown Out… This Is How It Happened

When I was A Child My Magic The Gathering Collection Was Thrown Out… This Is How It Happened

you know I’m going a bit stir-crazy with this whole quarantine thing it’s not something I’m used to I actually like to go out and go to restaurants go to bars go play magic face-to-face with people and it’s coming quite challenging now but it makes me think about how I first started even playing […]

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Magic: Legends | Dev Diary #1: The Making of Magic: Legends

Magic: Legends | Dev Diary #1: The Making of Magic: Legends

Stephen D’Angelo- “Magic Legends” was the perfect project for Cryptic Studios for a number of reasons. We had multiple people here at Cryptic who are deep lovers of the IP and are deeply involved in it. I myself worked on the rules base, and started putting out what was known at that time as the […]

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Why I collect Slivers

Why I collect Slivers

weird flex but okay alright today’s video I wanted to talk about slivers and why I think they’re the best tribe to collect and why I collect them and why I think you should too slivers are very unique they have been around I believe since stronghold I think was the first set and you […]

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7 Reasons Why We All Love Trading Card Games

7 Reasons Why We All Love Trading Card Games

– If you grew up in ’90s, you’re probably familiar with collectible trading card games like Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon or Magic, The Gathering. You either participated in them yourself or you probably knew somebody else who did, and for good reason. These games have been around for decades and each with great levels of success. Magic, […]

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Top 4 Best Deck Boxes For Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and Standard Sized Trading Card Games

Top 4 Best Deck Boxes For Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and Standard Sized Trading Card Games

* music jingle plays * In the now over four years of reviewing accessories from Magic the Gathering Pokemon and other standard size trading cards, I have carefully evaluated and graded over 100 different styles of deck box. There have been many extraordinarily excellent products, and many extraordinary failures (as well as everything in between) […]

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MTG Arena – Standard – Firesong & Sunspeaker

MTG Arena – Standard – Firesong & Sunspeaker

Are you looking for magic cards at flipsidegaming.com you can now use the promo code LVD to get a 10% discount on orders over $10 while supporting the channel at the same time Hello and welcome to another magic arena gameplay video this week We’re taking a look at a Firesong and Sunspeaker deck built […]

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MTG Arena | Developer Update: Cosmetics & Practice Matches

MTG Arena | Developer Update: Cosmetics & Practice Matches

March Update 0.13 Hi, I’m Tara Rueping, The art director for Magic: The Gathering Arena I’m excited to announce our biggest update yet coming to MTG Arena on March 27 The update includes cosmetics, a new player progression system, practice matches, and more. There are three cosmetics coming with this update Card Styles, Card Sleeves, […]

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Magic’s Best Worst Card

Magic’s Best Worst Card

Imagine, for a minute, that you have just started playing Magic. You are at the forefront of your learning experience and, at this point, you have battled a few dozen times with friends on your dorm room floor. You understand that you can play one land per turn, that creatures cannot attack the turn they […]

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