Magic's Doctor Who crossover features cards representing the long history of the series, and the River Song card perfectly captures the character.
Wizards has been creating a lot of Sagas in new Magic: The Gathering sets, and players may be worried about their oversaturation in decks.
Magic: The Gathering's latest set, Wilds of Eldraine, boasts some incredible mulicolored cards that are solid choices in Booster Draft Limited.
Wilds of Eldraine offers powerhouse green cards like Royal Treatment and Tough Cookie to push any archetype over the top in booster draft Limited.
Wilds of Eldraine features vicious, efficient black cards like Lord Skitter and Candy Grapple to give players the edge in any draft event.
A Magic: The Gathering original artist calls into question the way in which Wizards of the Coast displays copyrights on recently printed cards.
Commander is Magic's most popular format, and while it doesn't change as much as Standard or Modern, there are still hot new strategies to keep up on.
Magic: The Gathering's Wilds of Eldraine has introduced several exciting new cards and mechanics to the draft format and revived some old favorites.
Magic: The Gathering's four archetypes are Aggro, Control, Combo, and Midrange, which players can experiment with to find their favorite playstyle.
MTG's newest set, Wilds of Eldraine, gifted the Commander format with a large handful of powerful, cool cards for a variety of decks to use.
Lost Caverns of Ixalan already has some powerful and exciting cards for Magic players to use across all formats.
There are plenty of mechanics Disney's Lorcana could borrow from older games, and just as many it should leave by the wayside.
Wizards of the Coast's Ponies: The Galloping 2 is now available and raising money for charity.
War of the Spark and March of the Machines both marked the end of epic Magic storylines, though they each had their own issues and detractors.
Throne of Eldraine was one of the strongest Magic: The Gathering sets in recent memory. Is Wilds of Eldraine nearly as strong?