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    Dracarys! Before being the children of blonde princesses on a warpath, the Dragons have been protagonists of human myths, popular fantasy novels and bad Hollywood movies. They're also the most beloved creature type in Magic, according to people who monitor those things. Let's see what this... entails. (Updated through Amonkhet)
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    Griselbrand presents: 666 Ways to Sacrifice Your Creatures! (Well, actually there are only 66 Demons, and not all of them ask for sacrifices, but going with that as a tagline would have felt lame. Also, Demons lie. Deal with it.) Updated through Kaladesh, Magic Origins and Commander 2015/Conspiracy: Take The Crown. Happy Halloween!
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    From Serra to Avacyn to Brisela: let's all the Angels ever printed dance on the head of a list, to judge them all for their virtues *and* sins. [Updated through Eldritch Moon, Magic Origins and Commander 2015]
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    Bzzzzzzzz!
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    Kumagoro takes an encyclopedic look at the Vampire creature type in Magic: the Gathering!
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    Welcome to the Complete Encyclopedia of Colossal Fatties, the list and assessment of all the ginormous, Timmy-pleasing creatures (body 16 or more) ever printed in the game. Prepare yourself to be trampled... with data! This has been updated through Journey into Nyx!
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    1. A Construct may well injure its owner or, through inanity, allow its owner to come to harm. 2. A Construct must obey the orders given to it by its owner, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. 3. A Construct must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law. Or if it doesn't really care.
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    Planeswalkers: you love 'em, you hate 'em, you covet 'em. But do you know them all? Let's have a close and exhaustive look at the one card type that changed the game.
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    Which creature has one type and yet makes you draw four cards then two cards then three cards?