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Sam Keeper
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Here's an article on Magic the Gathering and pretty rainbows and horses and unicorns and my queer relationship to those things!
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And now the moment you've all been waiting for, I'm sure: my take on the Jace scene changes, and how they reflect on Dominaria as a whole.
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Reference and callback can be a powerful tool in serial fiction, but it can also come across a little like a product placement checklist. How well does Dominaria navigate that line?
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Let's look back at the successes and failures of Dominaria, a story all about looking back... and looking forward
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Look, I'm not arguing we should have a whole block all about the weird Miyazaki ghouls in Urborg unionizing. I'm just saying that if they DID, they'd still probably be mono-black.

Here's an article on Justice... Urborg style 🕶️🌇
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Steamflogger Boss was Magic's high modernist triumph, and the height of contemporary avant garde card design comes from a twitter bot called Robo Rosewater. Read these ludicrous hot takes and many others in this week's Gathering Magic article!
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The art for Urza's Ruinous Blast doesn't make much canonical sense. Does its return to a less literal style of Magic art paradoxically help shore up the boundaries of #mtgdom's world?
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The #MTGDOM card Phyrexian Scriptures relates the lost lore of how the Father of Machines created the multiverse. Of course, that's just a myth... but does that make it untrue? An almost forgotten short story might have the answers

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The #MTGDOM card Phyrexian Scriptures relates the lost lore of how the Father of Machines created the multiverse. Of course, that's just a myth... but does that make it untrue? An almost forgotten short story might have the answers
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