Walking the Planes: Eternal

Posted in Making Magic on November 15, 2013

By Nathan Holt and Shawn Kornhauser

When Richard Garfield created Magic: The Gathering, he made a few mistakes. Some spells were so powerful, so dominant, that they were never printed again. Those who wield the remaining few still battle with them. They feel an unparalleled power coursing through their veins. Some call it "broken." They call it "Vintage."

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