Posted in Making Magic on February 10, 2003

By Wizards of the Coast

Brian SchneiderYou don’t get to play in the Future Future League as much as you like to due to time constraints. For the developers it's a job requirement, but for you it's a luxury. Every once in a while its fun to put a deck together and try out some of the cards you’ve made.

Brian Schneider is able to play and he beats the snot out of you. You lose two games straight. It wasn’t close. (Hey, you weren’t hired for your Magic playing skills.) But it was fun and it did give you a little insight into future constructed Magic.

Read your mail.
Check out the Internet.
Do some design work.
Write next week’s column.
Get ready for the upcoming design meeting.

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