Magic: The Gathering Articles
Your Deck and You | Part II: Timmy, Johnny and Spike
In general, Magic: The Gathering players are broken down into 3 psychographic profiles, or groups: Timmys, Johnnys, & Spikes. Find out what motivates each group and which group you fit in most.
Mono or Multi?
Olivia Jelensky discusses some important things to consider when deciding between a mono-colored or multi-colored Magic: The Gathering deck.
The Humble Intro Pack
Kyanna Kitt discusses the advantages and reasons for picking up an Intro Pack or two.
Tips for the Aspiring Tournament Player
Chris Curtis brings you a list of tips for anyone thinking of going to a Magic: The Gathering tournament.
Into the Fray: Magic: The Gatheirng Team Play
Brief descriptions of a few popular Magic: The Gathering multiplayer formats.
Rules of the Gathering (How House Rules Change the Game)
A look at how house rules can alter not only the way you play the game, but how they've helped shape the history of Magic: The Gathering as well.
Do's and Don'ts of Introducing Your Friends to Magic: The Gathering
Bryan Nickelberry presents a few helpful suggestions when trying to interest new people in Magic: The Gathering. Read the article and then do your part to grow the Magic Community!
This a quick and short guide to many of the different Magic: The Gathering formats available to you.
Creating a Winning Deck for Less Than $100
So you've decided to make a deck that might actually win instead of that massive, mana-sucking 200+ card deck? But you only have around $100 and you really want to save some of that for trash-talking lessons. Look no further!
The Standard Cube
Here's Article #2 in our Cube Drafting series. Find out what you should take into consideration when building a cube or when drafting a deck from a cube.