Sights and Sounds of Tenth

Posted in Feature on July 21, 2007

By Wizards of the Coast

Let Jake Theis be your guide to a new audioscape as he brings you news and interviews from the world of Magic with monthly installments of the Magic: The Gathering podcast from the halls of Wizards of the Coast.

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  • Tenth Edition has arrived, a bouncy baby that Magic Art Director Jeremy Jarvis is quite proud of. Listen in as he walks you through the decision-making process on what cards received new art, the place of iconic images in the core set, and visual comparisons of old and new versions of some of your favorite cards.
  • Were you one of the thousands of players who participated in Magic Game Day? Brian David-Marshall was, and he shares some of his experiences from the big day at Neutral Ground in New York City, where the event turned into a three-day Magic marathon featuring some of the city's legendary players and cake for all! Brian also delves into the upcoming Pro Tour Hall of Fame ballot and the loaded Year Three class, an exciting addition to the 2007 Worlds formats, and some early returns from the summer's first National Championships.
  • July's loaded with big events. Magic Game Day kicked off the Summer of Magic, a nine-week run of Limited events at stores around the world. If Block Constructed's your gig, check out a Pro Tour Qualifier and win a trip to Valencia. The National Championship season kicks into high gear, with Australia and Italy crowning champions this weekend and the United States and Great Britain getting into the swing of things July 26-29 at Magic Weekend and M-Fest, respectively. Magic Weekend also hosts the Magic Scholarship Series Open and Championship for players 18 and younger. That same weekend, the Amateur Championships take place at San Diego Comic Con. Speaking of conventions, Gen Con 2007 hosts the Legacy Championship (August 17) and the Vintage Championship (August 18). If you can't find a place to play Magic this month, you're just not trying.
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