DailyMTG.com Podcast #5

Posted in Feature on November 27, 2012

By Wizards of the Coast

This is the biweekly audio podcast for DailyMTG.com. Intro music by Bern Menth.

The Daily MTG Podcast is now on iTunes! You can visit its page right here. Or, if you use a different podcast aggregator, you can point it directly at the RSS feed: http://www.wizards.com/dailymtgpodcast.xml.

Episode 5 - "The Secretist with Doug Beyer": (37:11) In this episode, Trick, Tifa, and Mike talk with R&D Creative member Doug Beyer, author of the upcoming Magic novel, The Secretist. They discuss the eBook, the stories of Ravnica, and how Doug came to work for Wizards of the Coast as part of the creative team. Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Google Play (17 MB)

Episode 4 - "Unlimited Resources": (51:34) This episode’s guest is Ryan Spain, who, along with Tifa, Mike, and Trick discuss Magic Online and Ryan’s role with it as well as the Wide Beta which is underway. Along with Magic Online the discussion turns to Return to Ravnica and to Ryan’s favorite format: Draft. (24 MB)

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Episode 3 - "Mystical Web Producer": (36:38) In this episode, Trick, Tifa, and Mike talk with Web Producer (and Arcana author) Monty Ashley. They talk about Return to Ravnica Game Day, the Magic Online Community Cup, and Halloween! (13 MB)

Episode 2 - "Uh oh, Rhino!": (55:21) In this episode, Trick, Tifa, and Mike talk with R&D Designer and DailyMTG Columnist Gavin Verhey. They talk about Return to Ravnica, the upcoming Pro Tour Return to Ravnica, and their Fantasy Pro Tour rosters for the event! (25 MB)

Episode 1: Trick, Tifa, and Mike gather for the first time to launch a new podcast for DailyMTG.com. They introduce themselves, then dive into Return to Ravnica, Magic, stories from their Prerelease, and looking at how Return to Ravnica might change their beloved formats and decks. (20.8 MB)

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The Guest:

Doug Beyer is a writer and designer on the Magic Creative Team in R&D. He writes card names and flavor text for Magic cards, world-building text for Magic settings, art descriptions for Magic artists, articles for the Magic site, fiction in the Magic Multiverse—just about anything that has to do with words and Magic. He also acts as a designer and developer in R&D, and recently led the design team for Magic 2013.

The Hosts:

Patrick "Trick" Jarrett is the Editor-in-Chief of DailyMTG.com. Born in Atlanta, GA, he moved his wife and their two dogs to Seattle to work for Wizards of the Coast. He's a big fan of the Commander format and loves his Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker mono-red Commander deck. Follow him on Twitter: @TrickMTG.

Jennifer "Tifa" Meyen is the Assistant Brand Manager for Magic: The Gathering as well as the founder and organizer for The Lady Planeswalker Society, a welcoming and friendly environment for women Magic players of all skill levels. Jennifer has been an avid gamer since birth, and Magic became her life source during Magic 2011. Follow her on Twitter: @TifaMeyen and @MTGLadySociety.

Michael "Mike" Robles is the Community Manager for Magic: The Gathering and creates content for the official Magic: The Gathering Facebook page as well as the official Twitter account! If you see him at conventions he's probably got plenty of free stuff to give you. He is fluent in Facebook, Twitter, and Internet. You can follow Mike and his escapades on Twitter: @michaelrobles.

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