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  • 2,540
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    I managed to get a hold of the flightless bird between rounds of Classic and Podcasts to spill on his experiences in this great game of ours. Read within to find out more.
  • 1,760
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    Herein I discuss what I love about the DPA solution given by WOTC as a prize for this year's CCC win. And I also discuss why I could not attend the tourney.
  • 1,969
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    Within, I do not discuss ccc deck tech but I do discuss my feelings about the Community Cup and the totality that represents us as players and people. There may also be lyrics to a theme song. Come prepared with tuning fork, pitch pipe, etc.
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    Herein we get to find out some more details about our benefactor and friend Heath Newton as I ask him a number of questions.
  • 3,211
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    In an almost John Rizzo* like moment, I ramble on a variety of subjects, some of them regarding MTGO... (*Disclaimer: Not claiming this will be anywhere near the greatness of a typical John Rizzo article, just as scattered topic-wise. If you don't know who John Rizzo is, well you have been missing out. Also there may be New Phyrexia Spoilers within. You've been warned!)
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    My own experiences with one of the greatest players and people I have had the honor to know.
  • 2,648
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    The 2nd in a series of interviews with famous Magic Online personalities brings you the inner workings of one Joshua X Claytor. Enter to read what he has to say on a number of subjects.
  • 2,462
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    This week Paul took a break from playing in the PRES to help XaosLegend with the weekly heirloom event report. Pop inside to see what curves happened therein and who took the big prize.
  • 2,856
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    Paul is lucky enough to score an interview with the illustrious and legendary player and Puremtgo podcast personality AJ_Impy. Enter to find out what the man has to say on his favorite formats and trends in magic online.
  • 2,478
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    Wherein I talk about Heirloom and Tribal formats with a double fistful of deck lists and cover various other sundry subjects.
  • 2,078
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    Herein I describe my journey through creative trial and error to find a deck worthy of the name 'fun yet victorious'.
  • 2,273
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    Herein I give you my 2.5 cents about a variety of issues that have been going lately. Plus some Elemental Tribal Wars Classic decks to play with in casual.
  • 2,574
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    Herein I talk about a contest on the puremtgo forums, the love I have for legendary cards and why you should too.
  • 2,336
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    Herein I talk about our latest set and a tribe that could be fun plus a plethora of black blue decks and a potential new format.
  • 2,892
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    This time around I bring us the wonders of the mysterious fliers of the color blue. Also bonus material: Pauper Tribal Decks.
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    Normally I have stayed away from Mythic Rares because they tend to be expensive and hard to cast. This month I am going to talk about one in particular plus a few other World Wake cards that have made the games fun.
  • 2,269
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    Here I propose another idea for a fringe format and some talk about decision making.
  • 3,518
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    Paul shares with us some more tribal tech and talks about deck building in the casual environment for fun if not profit. Bonus content: a trip down memory lane involving a long loved deck archetype.
  • 2,206
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    Paul gives us some drafts, tribal decks, a 100cs deck, some 60s decks, and a pauper deck or two and some thoughts on the beginning of the end and ends of beginnings. All in verse. No that last part is a lie.
  • 2,720
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    A small report on the Saturday TWC PRE and unexpected outcomes. Plus some more decks to mull over. (Hopefully not to 0.)
  • 2,063
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    Having attended ShardFenix's Player Run Events a couple weekends in a row, Paul brings us a report, some deck lists and various comments on how much fun this format is.
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    An article concerning the construction of a 100 card singleton classic format deck with a potentially non casual strategy.
  • 1,469
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    Follow my progress as I continue to struggle to build my collection and game winning 100 card singleton decks in an environment with many good and competitive players. Included within: a breakdown of my '5 color death' deck.
  • 2,481
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    Paul takes a look at 100 card classic singleton from the point of view of a relative beginner in that format and shares with us his painful lessons. In particular results from the first wave of the singleton tourney sponsored over at mymtgo.com by Tweaker and Tarmotog and descriptions of his games therein.
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    Paul inspired by AJImpy's excellent article http://puremtgo.com/articles/art-tribal-wars-timmy-johnny-and-spike talks about expanding the traditional labels and what they mean, to help us get more from our games and our cards.