Interview with Artist Daniel Gelon
Library of Leng, Lich, Savannah Lions, Stone Rain, Strip Mine, Wheel of Fortune … All these cards are iconic pieces of Magic history, originally printed all the way back in Alpha, painted by Daniel Gelon, who illustrated 64 Magic cards (including that one Vanguard series card) from the very beginning to Time Spiral.
Name Day: What Colors R U? Izzet? Prismari?
Riddle: start with a certain three-color combination, add or subtract B, and you end up at the same two-color combination either way, at least in 2007 terminology. Can you name it? No? Well, then you should definitely take this trip down memory lane and find out how we used to call color combos back in the day!
The Golden/Silver/Bronze Age of Magic
In light of recent announcements, last year's Secret Lair: Walking Dead looks increasingly like it was the dawn of a new era: the age of crossovers. It fueled a lot of chatter and ramblings, for example about what constitutes "the Golden Age" of Magic. Let's try to determine different periods!
The Times They Are a-Changeling
The very popular tribal theme has been around since the beginning of the game, appealing to a twin desire for linearity and interdependency. In 2007, Lorwyn threw a curve ball to tribal enthusiasts: what if a tribe existed that's every tribe at once? Changelings were born, and tribal would never be the same again.
The Modern Era of Modern: Broken, Bans, Beyond
Do you want to know which decks are the best in Modern? What to play, what to beat? To that end, a new series of articles will provide you with in-depth data analysis of Magic Online results. Let's start with a detailed introduction to the format and a review of the past months of changes.