How to Organize Your Magic Collection

Bradley Rose Community, Products

The heart of Magic: The Gathering is playing with others, and COVID-19 has brought major challenges to our community. Thankfully, though, you can still enjoy and engage with Magic on your own. One solo activity you could try is organizing your Magic collection! Sometimes, card organization can be time-consuming. In fact, you might have been putting off this task because …

How to Play Competitive Magic Online

Michael Rapp Community

Times are tough for everyone right now, even more so if you’re a fan of the “gathering” aspect of Magic. If you’re primarily a tabletop Magic player like me, social distancing is putting a damper on your play time. Earlier this week, Tom Anderson wrote a wonderful article on how to play Magic from home, which provides a great introduction …

Which MTG Creatures Make the Best Pets?

Michelle Rapp Community

Due to recent events, many of us have had to practice self-isolation and quarantine ourselves in our own homes. For better or worse, this new way of life can be a lonely one…but does it have to be? Perhaps this might be a great time to bring a new special someone into your world – someone whose presence, affection and …

How to Play Magic from Home

Tom Anderson Community

Hello, fellow Planeswalkers! I’m writing to you this week from my Fortress of Solitude, a position which I suspect many of you can also empathize with! The COVID-19 pandemic has settled over most of the world by now, and Magic has been disrupted along with almost every other part of our daily routines.  You wouldn’t necessarily think that card games …

Which MTG Commander is Your D&D Class?

Tom Anderson Community

Greetings, adventurers! Last week, you may have read how I made the case for Dungeons & Dragons fans to pick up Magic: The Gathering. I argued that Commander is much closer to a tabletop RPG session than most people realize, and that roleplayers should experiment with building a Commander deck to represent their favorite PC. But just how do you …

Magic for D&D Players

Tom Anderson Community

Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons are two of the most popular and well-known tabletop games around. With histories spanning decades, global fan communities, and entire genres of imitators around them, it’s likely that anyone with a geeky bone in their body has tried at least one of them.  D&D and Magic have also both been owned by the …

Welcome, NumotTheNummy!

Card Kingdom Community

Earlier this week, we welcomed the newest member of our Card Kingdom affiliate network: Kenji “NumotTheNummy” Egashira! Kenji is one of the longest-tenured and most recognizable names in Magic streaming, and his star is rising in the wider world of esports. To say we’re thrilled to welcome him would be an understatement – and, by the looks of it, Kenji’s …

Top Tools for New MTG Players

Mara Katz Community

Magic has tens of thousands of cards, with new ones coming out every year. When you’re new to the game, it can be hard to figure out which cards you need to build the perfect deck, or which ones are the most useful in your favorite format. Fortunately, there are plenty of online resources to help you brainstorm cards, see …

Bogles Deck Guide

Mara Katz Community, Strategy

Bogles are back in Standard! If you’ve played this archetype in Modern or Pauper, you’re probably either very excited, or already sideboarding against it. If you’re not sure what all the fuss is about, here are the basics of Bogles, including some fun facts and advice from noted Modern Bogles player Maria Bartholdi of Good Luck High Five. A Slippery …

Card Kingdom Partners with MagiKids

Card Kingdom Community

Think about the first Magic: The Gathering cards you ever owned – the building blocks for the collection you have today. Maybe you went down to your local card shop and bought some booster packs, or maybe a generous friend gave you a box of cards they didn’t need. Those cards gave you your first taste of Magic, your first …