We’re happy to announce the release of Sky Wars Beta v1.2, the Warrior career update! This update includes a complete and total overhaul of the Warrior career specializations – Knight, Blademaster, and Dragoon.
In this retrospective series, I have decided to look at Magic: the Gathering’s past and come up with a hand-picked list of cards from each set in Magic’s history that I would consider the best, starting with 8th Edition.
Today, after weeks of speculation, Wizards of the Coast announced they will be releasing Eternal Masters later this year. The set, which will be released on June 10th, 2016, will include some of the most sought-after cards from throughout the history of Magic, not unlike recent Modern Masters sets, only spanning a longer era.
Any Magic: the Gathering player will tell you that the most exciting time during the year is any weekend before a launch of a new set. This past weekend, the latest set from Wizards of the Coast called Oath of the Gatewatch was previewed to players during Prerelease weekend.
I started playing Magic: The Gathering(MTG) in high school when I was 15 years old, after my friend Jay introduced the trading card game to me, along with our mutual friends. As teenagers growing up in a small city (Sarnia, Ontario), we had limited options for entertainment, so we embraced Magic pretty much immediately after we started playing.
While I’m not an imperial player (I’m not a big fan of the whole ‘, child murdering, planet destroying’ dark side thing) I know some of X-Wing Miniatures fans are going to be pleased to see the latest from Fantasy Flight Games X-Wing expansion, the Inquisitor’s Tie.