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Meadville Tribune

Magic: The Gathering players gather for qualifier
Meadville Tribune
Steven Byerly, of Erie, was the winner of the Preliminary Pro-Tour Qualifier for Magic: The Gathering held at Purple Fox Games on Chestnut Street on Saturday. The event was the first of its kind held at the store. Magic: The Gathering is a fantasy ...


Polygon

Returning to Magic: The Gathering, two decades later
Polygon
Magic: The Gathering turns 25 this year. Rather than fading into obscurity, the original collectible card game is still going strong. But if you haven't been playing it regularly for the last decade or so, it's easy to feel like you've been left behind ...


Gizmodo

Scifi Author Martha Wells Is Bringing Magic: The Gathering Back to Where It All Began
Gizmodo
io9 can exclusively confirm that speculative fiction writer Martha Wells?whose latest novel, All Systems Red: The Murderbot Diaries, is currently up for the 2018 Phillip K. Dick Award?will be the new head writer behind Magic: The Gathering's 78th ...


Lifehacker

The 'Sexism in Magic: The Gathering' Reading List
Lifehacker
As the first collectible card game that heavily influenced other works for the last 25 years, Magic is a good lens for sci-fi, fantasy, and ?nerd culture? as a whole. As this culture changes and becomes accessible to a wider range of people, over the ...


Magic The Gathering qualifier event comes to Meadville gaming store
Meadville Tribune
Purple Fox Games, 209 Chestnut St., Meadville, holds its first Preliminary Pro-Tour Qualifier for Magic The Gathering this weekend. These events tend to bring competitors from as far away as Pittsburgh and Buffalo, N.Y., to compete. PPTQs are a great ...


VentureBeat

Magic: The Gathering and Netmarble announce 'Project M' for mobile (Updated)
VentureBeat
It looks like 2018 is going to be a significant year for Magic: The Gathering in the video game sector. We already know that Magic: The Gathering ? Arena collectible card game is in the works for PC, and tonight, Wizards of the Coast and South Korean ...


Bleeding Cool News

Wizards of the Coast Unban Two Legendary Magic: The Gathering Cards
Bleeding Cool News
It's not uncommon for Wizards of the Coast to ban certain cards and sets from Magic: The Gathering as time goes on, it keeps the game fresh as new sets are released and it prevents anyone from creating a deck so powerful in competitive or tournament ...


GeekWire

Show us the money: Understanding the in-game economy of 'Magic: The Gathering Arena'
GeekWire
?Arena? is planned to be a free-to-play game with no attached fees or required purchases. As of right now in the beta, it offers two in-game currencies. Gold can be earned by playing the game, via winning matches, competing in events, and completing ...


Game Rant

Magic: The Gathering Unbans Two Iconic Cards
Game Rant
Whether you play competitive Magic: The Gathering or not, if you live in the world of gaming there's a high chance you've heard of Jace, The Mind Sculptor (at least from some memes). The incredibly powerful and iconic card dominated the game's Standard ...


Comicbook.com

'Magic: The Gathering' to Reprint Iconic Cards in 25th Anniversary Set
Comicbook.com
?Jace, the Mind Sculptor,? the fan-favorite Planeswalker card from Worldwake, will be featured in the set. The Legendary Creature ?Azusa, Lost but Seeking? from Champions of Kamigawa will also be included. The art from each of these cards is also ...