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Magic Untapped looks back at where some of the most iconic characters in Magic: The Gathering made their debut.  The results may surprise you!

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Magic Untapped takes a few minutes to look back at Urza's Legacy, the second set in what is considered by most to be the most broken Magic: The Gathering set ever printed.

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Back in 1994, Magic went out to destroy some of the most poorly printed cards in company history. They succeeded. Mostly.

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In 1995, Ice Age designers expected a scary ghost.  They got something a bit more cuddly instead.

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Thursday, 27 February 2020 08:30

Magic History: Taking a look back at 'Urza's Saga'

Magic Untapped takes a few minutes to look back at Urza's Saga, the firstnset in what is considered by most to be the most broken Magic: The Gathering set ever printed.

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Magic Untapped looks back at where some of the most iconic characters in Magic: The Gathering made their debut.  The results may surprise you!

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Wednesday, 29 January 2020 09:27

Magic History: Taking a look back at 'Exodus'

Magic Untapped takes a few minutes to look back at Exodus, the final set in the block known as "The Rath Cycle."

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In 1993, Magic: The Gathering creator Richard Garfield added a very special card for a very special Magic match.

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Monday, 13 January 2020 10:00

The (short) history of "dexterity" cards

Throwing cards in the air was (very) briefly legal in Magic.

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Wednesday, 08 January 2020 10:52

Magic History: Taking a look back at 'Stronghold'

Magic Untapped takes a few minutes to look back at Tempest, the first set in the block known as "The Rath Cycle."

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