From Around the Web
RnD tells the story of Dominaria.
Michael Flores at Gathering Magic has a new take on a classic archetype.
I know some players who might not be thrilled with how Eric Van Allen at Kotaku defines “casual” here, but the big question for Arena is whether it can bring new players into the game, and occasional players into dedicated ones. Van Allen thinks it will.
SaffronOlive at MTGGoldfish offers his take on what is over- and under-hyped in Dominaria.
Team events are awesome, but Simon Nielson at MTGMintCard argues that there’s such a thing as too many.
If you’re here, you know about these. But here’s the link where you can find ’em all in one place. I’m helpful like that.
Sometimes this gets lost in Set Review week, but it’s solid gold this early in the format.
It’s a rough time to be sick of anything. Every format is fun, Brawl is a hit, and Dominaria looks like a slam dunk.
Draft from among the best cards of the Modern era alongside Cube master Luis Scott-Vargas!
Martin breaks down the R/B Vehicles deck that Gerry Thompson took to the Top 4 in Seattle, with a sideboard guide and prospects from Dominaria!
I just got Crystal Sharded to death and it was kind of awesome.
— Brian David-Marshall (@Top8Games) April 16, 2018
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) April 15, 2018
— Sam Pardee (@Smdster) April 18, 2018
The 11-4 of breakfasts. pic.twitter.com/i9ozgVTSdp
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) April 17, 2018
— Aaron Forsythe (@mtgaaron) April 15, 2018
Research by William Lamping.