My MtG New Years Resolutions For 2018
2017 has been a really great year for me when it comes to Magic. Working at Board Game Barrister has given me the chance to meet a ton of fellow players; some of which have become good friends, and even …
Magic Ruling: Shocking the Crew
It’s been a while since we last discussed the Crew keyword ability, so it’s time for a quick refresher.
At the start of your turn, you control Fell Flagship. You have Daring Saboteur in hand.
Your opponent is at 3 …
Magic Ruling: Death’s Shadow Lingers
Your opponent has a life total of 11 and controls Death’s Shadow, which is currently a 2/2 Avatar creature.
You cast Volcanic Fallout.
Does the Death’s Shadow die?
Unfortunately for you, No.
The reason for this is State-Based Actions …
Evolution of a Deck: Esper Stockpile
Deck building in Magic: the Gathering is an art form.
By that, I mean deckbuilding takes time, and is often something you struggle with. The first few times you play a new brew, you’ll probably lose. A lot. That’s what …
Ring in the New Year with a Party (Game)
In my opinion, the perfect New Year’s celebration involves a few friends, a shelf of board games, and some laughs until the strike of Midnight… and then more games until around 2:00AM.
If you enjoy a like-spirited New Year, you …
The Curative Properties of Unstable Draft, and The Greatest Spell I’ve Ever Seen Cast
This wasn’t any ordinary Friday Night Magic. It was Unstable release weekend. …
Barrister Jordan’s Top Three Games of 2017
This year has shown us some really wonderful tabletop games, and I think it’s only right that I send it out with some of my favorites. If you ever see me in the store and are in need of a …
Magic Ruling: As the Gods Crumble
You control the following:
- The Scorpion God with a -1/-1 counter on it;
- The enchantment, Crumbling Ashes;
- And a 2/2 black Zombie token creature.
Your opponent controls no non-land permanents.
As your opponent’s turn ends, your three Swamps and …