Head into Ixalan, go back to Middle-earth, escape Jurassic Park, and walk the streets of Ravnica in Magic: The Gathering's latest previews.
Created by Richard Garfield in 1993, Magic: The Gathering (MTG) has become one of the biggest tabletop collectible card games in the world. Taking on the role of a Planeswalker, players build decks of cards and do battle with other players. In excess of 100 additional sets have added new cards to the library, while the brand has expanded into video games, comics, and more.
Step into the TARDIS with Magic: The Gathering's Universes Beyond: Doctor Who Commander decks.
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Go straight for your opponents' faces with the best burn commanders in Magic: The Gathering.
10/10, would play these Magic: The Gathering creatures again.
“It’s the best way to spend a life.”
These commanders embody this philosophy of "play card, hit face," to make quick work of their opponents.
If you're running a Mardu Commander deck, you'll likely want to know which commanders are worth playing.
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Sheldon Menery, a pioneer of MTG's Commander format, is getting his own card.
It's a party and everypony's invited!
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The terrifying commanders of your nightmares.
Whether you're wading in with a battleaxe or making use of a fleet of Vehicles, Magic: The Gathering's Dwarf commanders have a lot to offer.
Take some beasties from Wilds Of Eldraine and pop them in your next campaign.
Strike enchantment gold in a sea of whiffs and misses with Magic: The Gathering's Wilds Of Eldraine Enchanting Tales.
If you're looking to dominate the Pioneer format in MTG, you're going to need the best decks.
Many Magic: The Gathering players treat their graveyard like a second hand. It'd be a real shame if something happened to it.