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Hearthstone update – Total Shamanation

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I think these Standard shaman decks are getting out of control. Since Whispers of the Old Gods was released, it seems Shaman has been the deck to beat. The ability to have creatures with a large attack on the board early seems to be somewhat overpowering.

Five Questions: Angelo of Pitt Imps Podcast

Known throughout the gaming community as Ganksuou, Angelo Paolucci is the subject of our next Five Questions. Angelo is the host of the Magic podcast Pitt Imps Podcast hosted on the MTG Cast network. Pitt Imps Podcast has been around for a couple of years. On the ‘cast they discuss all things Magic, as well

Grand Prix: Los Angeles wrap up

There is always a somewhat hungover feeling that comes at the end of a Grand Prix. All the overwhelming emotions of the many thousands of people I had been suppressing all weekend finally stop pounding on my sensory shield – I am exhausted.  We wrapped up Grand Prix: Los Angeles in true Channel Fireball style

Wizards of the Coast announces new block on Announcement Day

Monday, Wizards of the Coast announced a slew of new things coming to Magic: The Gathering. Since I am sure you have heard a ton about all the new stuff already, we are just going to highlight a few things. So let’s start with the new set, Kaladesh. Slated to release September 30, 2016, this

Five Questions – Chewie of Monday Night Magic and The Mana Pool

Editor’s Note: Five Questions is a new segment we will be doing with different members of the gaming community. Check back every week for a new Five Questions If you’re a fan of Magic podcasts, then surely you have heard of Monday Night Magic and, or, The Mana Pool. Led by Jason “Chewie” Slate, these

Hearthstone Update – What a fun Tavern Brawl

It’s Monday morning so that means it’s time for a Hearthstone update. My playtime was interrupted this weekend with a Magic tournament and real life responsibilities, but I was still able to get a few games in.It seems the Great C’Thun race of 2016 is slowing. I continue to use my C’Thun priest deck and

Judge tips – Combat

Today we are going to look at the part of the turn where the majority of damage happens in a game of Magic – combat. Combat Phase CR 506.1 The combat phase has five steps, which proceed in order: beginning of combat, declare attackers, declare blockers, combat damage, and end of combat. The declare blockers

The Campaign We Deserve, But Not The One We Need

After a pretty hectic month, I’ve finally had another gaming session, albeit a very short one. My daughter turned one month old the day we played, so it was a milestone of a day already. Our adventure saw us starting off in the city of Westcrown, devastated by the rulings of the current oligarchy, with

Hearthstone Update: The Power of C’Thun

The power of C’Thun compels me! Well, sort of.This week in Hearthstone is once again filled with all things C’Thun. I have been bouncing back and forth between C’Thun Priest and C’Thun druid. This week in Hearthstone is once again filled with all things C’Thun. I have been bouncing back and forth between C’Thun Priest

Judge Tips – Self-Replacement effects

Today’s Judge tip is going to tackle a subject that often times confuses me – self-replacement effects. Ok, I will admit this concept should be fairly easy but, for whatever reason I struggle with it. So, let’s explore it together. CR: 614.15 – some replacement effects are not continuous effects. Rather, they are an effect of

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