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  • Sylvan Stories: Stoneblade, Nahiri’s Guide to Equipment
    Every good stoneblade mage knows that they need to have the proper equipment for every situation they could get themselves into. While those True-name Nemesis’s are good, they’ll only carry you so far without any equipment. So come all ...
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  • Getting Into Magic (Loosewire’s Story)
    I was first introduced to Magic in about 2012, my friend had been playing it for several months and decided to introduce me to this mystifying card game. By this time, the game had been going for almost two decades already, and I was fascinated how ...
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  • Tribal Terrors: Foxes
    A/N: Tribal Terrors will be analyzing different creature types in order to determine whether the creature type and its respective tribe is playable. In this series we will not be exploring more known tribes such as: merfolk and goblins, but will be ...
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  • Sylvan Stories: Life of a Faerie Summoner
    The Fae of the realm harness a subtle but powerful magic that mystifies and terrifies all who have had the privilege to witness it. Some of these people who witness the Fae’s magic grow a certain appreciation for it and they continue on to ...
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  • Legacy Tin Fins
    The Legacy format brings with it many options for deck building. It has the potential to be one of the most diverse tournament formats that exists. One archetype that is commonly played in the format is Reanimator. While there are many traditional ...
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  • Card of the Month: Cut // Ribbons
    The card we’ve picked for June’s Card of the Month is Cut // Ribbons has to be one of the best examples of  the new aftermath cards. Cut is great in the early to mid game (as it will easily kill many threats you will be facing early on) and ...
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  • Sylvan Stories: Oath of Druids
    A large group of druids, mystics, and magic users congregated around a sacred elm tree. Today was an important day, it was the day the fighting would finally cease after centuries of bloodshed. Today was the day children could walk outside and not ...
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  • Legacy UW(x) Control Deck Spotlight
    With the recent banning of in Legacy, many players were troubled that there would be no more hard control decks in the format. Some even gave up hope entirely that Legacy would fix itself. However there is now a new deck on the forefront of ...
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  • Sylvan Stories: An Explorer’s Guide to RG Scapeshift
    The land is full of untapped potential, beneath its soil churn heaps of wealth and power only the most powerful and experienced of mages can withstand. Upon its surface lay in wait great titans more ancient than the mountains themselves. Scouring ...
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  • EDH: Consistency Within Inconsistency
    Throughout my time deck building and brewing for commander I’ve found one specific aspect of building decks for the format to be incredibly important. And thus I present my concept of: Consistency within Inconsistency Now this phrase alone ...
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  • Sylvan Stories: Artifact Aggro
    A/N: This article encompasses a variety of strategies from Affinity, to MUD. Basically if your deck is mostly artifacts this one is about your deck. Carefully placed gears crackle to life, imbued with a subtly powerful magic that has been ...
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  • Sylvan Tutor: Basic Rules
    In this series of articles we will be going over the various rules of Magic: the Gathering, in an attempt to both, teach new players the game, and help keep existing players up to date on possible rule changes. In these first few articles we will be ...
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  • EDH: Ezuri Elves Tribal
    Elves have been a strategy in Magic for almost as long as the game has existed. They have been supported heavily throughout all of Magic’s history, so it is no surprise that it is entirely possible to make an EDH deck that revolves around ...
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  • Sylvan Stories: EDH Narset
    A subtle breeze tugged at Narset’s hair as she sat atop the branch of an ancient gnarled pine which overlooked a high mountain cliff. She had come to the west monastery to better understand herself and the world, but she couldn’t quite ...
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  • Sylvan Tutor: How Read Cards
    In this series of articles we will be going over the various rules of Magic: the Gathering, in an attempt to both, teach new players the game, and help keep existing players up to date on possible rule changes. In these first few articles we will be ...
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@Alexckszeto It's kinda worse than Urborg, but it's a nice substitute if you don't have one, or if you need additional copies of its effect

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@thebiga641 That''s an interesting idea. I think I'll try her out

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Now that I think about it. What night wouldn't it be horrible to have a curse?

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What a horrible night to have a curse

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Overwhelming Splendor is the king of curses! I want to try curse themed edh deck but I'm not sure what commander to… t.co/Rr6Z7shwFw