Wizards Asks: 8/25/2009

Posted in Feature on August 25, 2009

By Wizards of the Coast

What's your favorite Magic article on the Web?

Kelly Digges: It's hard to even contemplate at this point how much digital ink has been spilled in relation to Magic. How many Usenet posts, Web articles, emails, tweets, Facebook posts, and countless discussion threads, including the ones in which you respond to this very feature.

Unfortunately, this week we are without your countless discussion threads, as the new Wizards Community system that will replace our previous forums takes shape. In the meantime, you can still find us out there in the social mediaverse on Twitter and on Facebook. With that in mind, we're going to do things a little differently this week.

So, about all that digital ink, and back to the question at hand: Somewhere in the millions and millions of words that have been typed about Magic, there are probably a few articles that really stuck with you—great articles, that changed the way you play, changed the way you think about the game, or even brought about some more fundamental shift in your perception.

What's your favorite Magic article on the Web? Tell us what articles are your favorites, and why. Oh, and this is the Internet, people, so let's see some links!

You can post a comment on our Facebook page or hit us up on Twitter @dailymtg. Even if you're not signed up for those services, you'll be able to read what everyone else has to say.

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