A longtime seasoned journalist beginning in 2003, Barry White has worked in a trio of ABC affiliated newsrooms across two states. His work has also been published in USA Today. White also was the founder and editor-in-chief of the gaming website GeekNifty before the website transitioned into what it is today: Magic Untapped.
White has been playing Magic: The Gathering since 1994 when The Dark was the game's latest release. He greatly enjoys playing Legacy with his Burn and D&T decks, runs Tron and Mono-B devotion in Modern, and enjoys limited formats as well.
Magic Untapped takes a look back at Mirrodin Besieged the middle set in Magic: The Gathering's Scars of Mirrodin block.
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Magic: The Gathering players share their thoughts on Oathbreaker, the game's latest official casual format.
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Magic Untapped takes a look back at Scars of Mirrodin the first set in Magic: The Gathering's original Scars block.
Can it be worth it to open a Set Booster Box of March of the Machines? Magic Untapped cracks one open to find out.
Magic: The Gathering's newest set, March of the Machines, is now available on MTG Arena. Let's give it a go in a MTGA premier draft!
Two newcomers to Magic: The Gathering's Oathbreaker format go at it mano-a-mano with decks featuring Chandra, Flamecaller and Liliana, Death's Majesty.