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November 17, 2016

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Still Very Much Alive

by Dredd77

Hey folks! Quick update here, wanted to connect as it’s been too long since I updated!

No, Ertai’s Lament hasn’t gone anywhere. I’ve been crazy busy with some things, but we’ll be right back in stride soon.

In the meantime, I’m still writing about preconstructed Magic every week for Gathering Magic! Here are some recent columns, make sure to check them out if you haven’t already.

A History of Izzet Intro Packs (Part 1)

I go back in time, charting the history of the Blue/Red-colored Intro Packs, with some surprising results!

A History of Izzet Theme Decks

Some of the most notable and interesting Theme Decks in Magic’s history are Blue and Red. Here we walk through them all!

Meddling Kazz

That’s right- we’re meddling a Fourth Edition deck! This was suggested by a reader after the previous week’s column (below)

The First Precon

The first-ever preconstructed deck was a two-deck boxed set called Quick Start: Rivals. Go back to the dawn of the game and see what lie within!

Meddling Nissa, Nature’s Artisan

The Kaladesh Planeswalker Deck deck gets a makeover!

Meddling Chandra, Pyrogenius

Chandra’s deck gets a meddling, too!

Thanks for reading, and see you soon!

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Icehawk
    Nov 18 2016

    Zombie! Back you foul creature! 🙂

    Reply
    • Nov 22 2016

      “Back you foul creature! Back to the dungeon to review more decks!!” 😀

      Reply
  2. Jeskai Angel
    May 18 2017

    Sooooo…alive in November, but still alive in May? 😀

    Reply

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