January 2019 Games To Be Played

The next in our monthly To Be Played series has been posted. Check it out! We want to know if you’ve played any on our list or what you hope to get to your own table this month. 

Commander Spotlight: Phytohydra

Very soon the Magic community will be treated to the 8th set featured around the plane of Ravnica in 13 years, making it the second most recurring world in the game after Dominaria and the most frequented on this half...
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Morels – Digital

As interest in board games continues to rise, so too does the interest in exploring new ways of playing those games. One such way is through digital ‘ports’ of those games – translating them PCs, consoles, phones, and tablets. While...
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Beside The Box 006: Raf Cordero

Beside The Box 006: Raf Cordero Length: 55:36 Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Download Episode   In Beside the Box, Erin interviews the brightest minds and biggest hearts in board gaming. Each episode is an...
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Previewing: Anthelion

When it comes to conventional thought, bigger is usually better. A bigger house, bigger car, bigger paycheck all speak to the allure of affluence. Bigger audiences, bigger platforms, bigger reactions all play into the perceived value of your actions. And...
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Commander Spotlight: Citadel of Pain

The act of gaming is rooted so much in social interaction, it should come as no shock that even the most trivial parts of a game can foster a few stories. Whether it’s key plays, amusing antics by those involved,...
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Commander Spotlight: Burning-Tree Shaman [Repost]

Editor’s Note: We’re off today in celebration of the holidays. In the meantime, enjoy this thematically color-appropriate Monday Magic article, which was originally published on 5/19/14. There are numerous metaphors players use when describing the process of  building, running, and maintaining a...
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Give And Take: A Wu Wei Giveaway

Never underestimate the power of an idea. Prior to an idea becoming, it did not exist. There was no part of your self, conscious or otherwise, which registered this thought ever before. An idea can be anything. It can fan...
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