Magic The Gathering

Magic The Gathering Innistrad Midnight Hunt visual spoilers getting spooky

Magic The Gathering Innistrad Midnight Hunt visual spoilers getting spooky

We got the opportunity to take an early look at a collection of cards from the next major Magic: The Gathering card set called Innistrad Midnight Hunt. Now we get to share imagery with you, in as spooky a manner as possible! We're talking about Daybound and Nightbound cards, we're looking at Booster Fun Harvest Tide borders, alternate art, Werewolves, and all manner of darkness in preparation for Halloween.

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Magic: The Gathering gets wild: Unfinity, Fortnite, Street Fighter, LoTR, Warhammer

Magic: The Gathering gets wild: Unfinity, Fortnite, Street Fighter, LoTR, Warhammer

The year 2022 will be a very, very strange year for Magic: The Gathering. As the longest-lasting collectable card game in history, Magic could simply continue releasing new sets with gameplay relatively similar to what's come before, inside the MTG universe, and all would (probably) be fine. But that's not what's going to happen. The creators of the game are jumping off from the successes of release of oddball sets like Unglued and limited edition universe crossovers like My Little Pony - straight up and forward, into the future!

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Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair cards break all borders with psychedelic visuals

Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair cards break all borders with psychedelic visuals

If you're looking for the most fantastical Magic: The Gathering cards to ever appear outside of Unglued... here they are. This is a new Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair set called "Our Show Is On Friday, Can You Make It?" This set expands upon and twists apart the standard layout for Magic cards in general. In these five cards, you'll be forgiven if you don't recognize that they are, in fact, Magic cards from the start.

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Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair Strixhaven set hits the frame

Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair Strixhaven set hits the frame

Today we're taking a peek at a pair of Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair drops, the first of which is butting up against the frame with Strixhaven. The second - which you'll see this afternoon - blasts the frame into bits. The Strixhaven set looks like the game element designers dove in to holy magic stained glass windows and tore them asunder, making way for the next level.

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eBay Pokemon and Magic card scanner appears to work with ease

eBay Pokemon and Magic card scanner appears to work with ease

A new tool for eBay card sellers was revealed for release in the month of April 2021. Using what eBay calls "computer vision technology", the eBay Scanning Tool will allow users to both capture imagery of their trading cards and allow their device to instantly recognize the card they're scanning. This should assist in streamlining the entire card selling process for the average user.

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Magic The Gathering Arena released for iOS, Android: Hearthstone has a challenger

Magic The Gathering Arena released for iOS, Android: Hearthstone has a challenger

At long last, Magic: The Gathering can be played on almost any touchscreen device or gadget you have in your possession. Magic: The Gathering (aka Magic cards) from Wizards of the Coast (a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc., is now prepared to appear on your smartphone or tablet with Magic: The Gathering Arena. This game was previously available on desktop machines, and is now ready to roll on Android and iOS.

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Magic: The Gathering Arena launches for all on Android, iOS

Magic: The Gathering Arena launches for all on Android, iOS

Although still going strong with a loyal following, collectible card games aren't as big as they were decades ago. The games have also had trouble adjusting to the digital world and not for a lack of trying. Only a few of its kind have made it big on PCs and mobile but that's not stopping one of the biggest names in that genre from making an even bigger play by taking Magic: The Gathering Arena available to all mobile devices this week.

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Magic: The Gathering Universes Beyond sets mix-up Lord of the Rings, Warhammer 40K

Magic: The Gathering Universes Beyond sets mix-up Lord of the Rings, Warhammer 40K

Wizards of the Coast and Hasbro revealed a major bit of news this week with a pair of new card sets. Both exist in a line that'll be called Universes Beyond. Magic: The Gathering Universes Beyond will begin with a set for Lord of the Rings, and another set for Warhammer 40K. This could be amazingly fun and entertaining, or it could be the beginning of the end for the game.*

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Magic: The Gathering Smitten Secret Lair February goes from Brutal to Lisa Frank

Magic: The Gathering Smitten Secret Lair February goes from Brutal to Lisa Frank

Today the folks at Wizards of the Coast revealed a new set of cards - or several sets of cards, as it were. The big multi-drop is called a Secret Lair Superdrop, and it's aimed at the month of February, 2021. In the mix are a set of faeries, Valentine's Day, a few full-art basic lands, and a pair of Kaldheim "showcase" packs.

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A Magic: The Gathering Black Lotus just sold for a truly ridiculous amount of money

A Magic: The Gathering Black Lotus just sold for a truly ridiculous amount of money

The world of trading card games may have seen a huge spike in interest in recent months, but long before YouTubers and Twitch streamers started opening boxes of Pokemon trading cards in the hope of striking it big, one vintage Magic: The Gathering card was the darling of collectors. We're talking, of course, about Black Lotus - more specifically, the Black Lotus that was released as part of Magic's original Alpha set.

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Bob Ross Magic: The Gathering cards remind us everything will be OK

Bob Ross Magic: The Gathering cards remind us everything will be OK

Bob Ross art can now be found on Magic cards. That's Magic: The Gathering, the collectable card game, and Bob Ross, the painter. Ross' artwork is included in a new box set of land cards in limited edition box sets, foil and non-foil. What better way to celebrate the passing of the year 2020 than with 10 land cards with artwork from The Happy One?

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Dungeons & Dragons in Magic The Gathering card set 2021 and MTG in DnD 2016

Dungeons & Dragons in Magic The Gathering card set 2021 and MTG in DnD 2016

Today the folks at Wizards of the Coast combined two of their biggest brands at long last. Or "at long last" if we're only counting proper sets of Magic cards. The card set is a real-deal official black-bordered Standard-legal set called Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. But wait, you might be saying, didn't the Magic: The Gathering universe cross over with Dungeons & Dragons before? The answer is yes, yes it did.

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