Magic: The Gathering fans, I hope you were in line to pick up the Battle for Zendikar expansion that arrived on Friday. If you missed it, today would be a good day to check out the new set, and be on the lookout for the Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar coming up on October 16th.
Women and the supernatural. I often find that combination to be a great read. In BOOM! Studios’ tenth anniversary, they’re giving a lot of quality comics a chance. I always appreciate that. I’m glad that includes Hexed coming back, so it’s been a great Wednesday for me all around!
Those who have been waiting to play Magic 2015 on their iPad don’t have to wait any longer as Wizards of the Coast has released the game.
Howling Mine (and other similar cards) have been a part of Magic: The Gathering since the game’s inception. Drawing more cards is great, but the catch is that the card doesn’t just help you, it helps your opponent as well. Luckily Born of the Gods brings us a new creature that has the potential to make Howling Mine an all-upside card. Check it out:
Theros is in full swing, but a lot of the fun of Magic: The Gathering, is mixing cards from different sets. This deck takes a card from Theros, a card from Gatecrash and a card from Avacyn Restored and combines them for some truly explosive wins. Here’s the deck:
Press Release Wizards of the Coast today announced that the Magic 2014 – Duels of the Planeswalkers Expansion will release on September 18, 2013*. Adding depth to the latest installment of the wildly popular Duels of the Planeswalkers franchise, the Magic 2014 Expansion will give players the opportunity to explore new planes, fight new enemies and face new challenges. Available on Xbox LIVE® Arcade, PC via Steam®, PlayStation® Network, iPad®, and AndroidTM via Google Play and the Amazon App Store, fans will be able to check out the expansion for the first time this weekend at PAX Prime (August 30
Last week, Wizards of the Coast announced the Magic: the Gathering You Make the Card 4 and their plans to encourage communication on the project. We here at Major Spoilers followed through on their request. This week shows a bit of a wrinkle in their initial plan, which we’ll discuss after the jump.
On Monday, Wizards of the Coast announced the You Make the Card 4 program for Magic: the Gathering. Obviously this isn’t the first time they’ve done it, but they have changed things a bit to make the entire process more interesting. Major Spoilers will tell you after the jump.
One of the great things about Magic: The Gathering is how structured and (generally) balanced it is. Each color has a handful of paths that it likes to follow to victory and if you stay within that framework you can build a decent deck without too many problems. The other great thing about Magic: The Gathering is how the storyline (and yes, for those newbies out there there is a storyline) will often COMPLETELY WARP those strategies. Check out my deck recommendations, after the jump!
With the release of Gatecrash, all ten of the Guilds of Ravnica are available and competing for the end-game. Wizards of the Coast has sent us some information on the standings and what that end-game might entail, which you can see after the jump.
Wizards of the Coast announced a Ravnica-centric addition to the Planeswalker Points system today and sent Major Spoilers the rundown.