Commander Spotlight: Fervent Charge

There’s an old adage with writing: start with what you know. Not only does this provide a degree of comfort whilst trying to find your own voice, but it also ensures that you’re conveying a sense authenticity, which is paramount...
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Commander Spotlight: Library of Lat-Nam

One of the best attributes behind card games like Magic is that they are constantly changing their appeal due to an influx of new mechanics, new themes, and new ideas. Unlike a board game, where it’s largely the same experience...
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Commander Spotlight: Golgari Charm

When it comes to a recurring series such as this, most authors will tell you that sometimes it can be entertaining to periodically shake up the normally abstracted subject matter with something a bit more topical. There have been numerous...
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A Role Selection Dispatch From Japan

Normally, Role Selection is an interview series in which author Matt Golec chats up folks who work, live, and play board games in a variety of ways to learn about the roles in the hobby they’ve chosen. At present, Matt...
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Commander Spotlight: General’s Regalia

There’s a common adage in the working world: when security goes up, productivity goes down. It’s not a complex bit of logic to understand. It posits that there is a direct inverse relationship between how safe and protected the work...
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Commander Spotlight: Pyrostatic Pillar

There are innumerable repeating aspects of everyday life that you can point to as a means of denoting – and celebrating – the passage of time. Regardless of whether it’s how long you’ve been in school, your wedding anniversary, or...
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Commander Spotlight: Worldpurge

If you were to ask a typical American of 50 years ago to define what a typical family household looked like, you’d probably get the boilerplate nuclear family line. It’s not that diversity didn’t exist back then (far from it),...
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