The Planechase format brought about a new way to experience the many places of the Magic Multiverse. We had a look at planes both new and old, from Murasa Murasa in Zendikar to Cliffside Market Cliffside Market from the plane in which the set Mercadian Masques originates. The planechase set also gave us a look at […]Read More
Tag: Casual Magic
The guys from The Casual Planeswalker talk about Jace, M12 Spoilers, and more in this weeks Podcast! Today’s Lineup Check out Jace Spoiler and our other M12 Spoilers Kite Shield Swiftfoot Boots Spirit Mantle Onyx Mage Reassembling Skeleton Phantasmal Bear Phantasmal Dragon pongify turn to frog unsummon propaganda Ghave Killer Combo Article M12 spoilers Graveborn […]Read More
Last week saw the release of the latest Duels of the Planeswalkers video game. Just like last year’s game, Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012, or D12, challenges your Magic skills against the planeswalkers of the multiverse. D12 gives you both regular 1-on-1 games against opponents as well as challenges that force you to try to […]Read More
This may seem counterintuitive, even paradoxical, but I’m going to take a moment on this blog to praise the decklist of the winning player at this weekend’s SCG Open Series in Denver. This isn’t unusual at all for a Magic blog, but we’re more of a kitchen-table crowd here and we like our Magic like […]Read More
Elder Dragon Highlander, or EDH, has always been popular among casual players. EDH decks always have the biggest spells that would usually be too expensive to be useful in constructed formats. Now that Wizards is supporting the format, officially calling it Commander, they are adding 51 new cards that are not a part of standard […]Read More
Playing casual is a lifestyle. As a casual player, you think less about sideboards and more about Fatties. You spend less time following the big decks from last week’s Grand Prix, and more time innovating combos that will rock your playgroup. Most of what you do is “Just for Fun” and we think that’s awesome. […]Read More
Everyone here at the Casual Planeswalker is eagerly anticipating our trip to Denver’s Pre-Release for New Phyrexia, hosted by Front Range Magic. While there’s a lot to look forward to in the new set, including the Praetors, a whole menagerie of new Living Weapons, and more Infect than you can shake a Staff of the Ages
at, there are few things about the set that have occurred to us as being a little less obvious, but nonetheless significant.
One factor that we think might play a game-changing role on Saturday is the phenomenon we’ve affectionately dubbed “Phyrexian Firebreathing”.
There certainly isn’t an abundance of creatures with this ability, but there is the potential to use Immolating Souleater to deal 10+ damage on the third turn and that’s nothing to sneeze at. While Ogre Menial might not exactly look appealing, he’s got Infect built in and will only need half as much pumping for the kill-shot.Read More
Welcome to the first of many posts on Magic: The Gathering with your new source for what’s hot, Josh. Together we will uncover the hot, the not-so-hot, and the downright newsworthy things happening in the Multiverse. I imagine that most people here have found this site thanks to a deep appreciation of Magic and its […]Read More