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Magic Untapped's articles about the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.

In the mid-1990s, Magic: The Gathering nearly had some extremely shiny cards (and we don't mean foils).

WotC's Nelson Brown confirms that Magic's third-party IP cards will be legal in eternal formats such as Legacy.

Wizards of the Coast unveils Universes Beyond, a new brand within Magic: The Gathering to showcase non-MTG IPs.

Longtime Magic: The Gathering artist Ryan Yee participates in a Q&A with Magic Untapped.

You're a wizard, yo!  Wizards of the Coast details Strixhaven: School of Mages.

In the early days of Magic: The Gathering, there was a curious running gag that kept popping in each year before finally becoming a reality years later.

Take a look at what you'll be able to play with this March.

"We plan to ban Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath," says Wizards of the Coast.

For a few years, Magic: The Gathering VHS tapes were one of the few ways most players could see some of the big tournaments.

As it turns out, Magic: the Gathering's name was saved by thanks to U.S. Copyright law.

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