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

In 1996, an unusual Magic: The Gathering playtest card was put in an impossible situation. And decisions had to be made.

Time Spiral had an odd new mechanic that almost made it past playtesting.

Hasbro announces price hikes for multiple Magic: The Gathering products.

Is it possible to purely hate a Magic card? If you ever heard of Sorrow's Path, then yes. Yes, it is.

Let's take a look at the six (five new) mechanics coming in the upcoming Magic: The Gathering set, Streets of New Capenna.

Wizards of the Coast says all items in the Secretversary 2021 Secret Lair have been delayed with one now not shipping until Autumn.

In the late 90s, a string of cards had one of the more unusual running gags in Magic history.

Hasbro's Wizards of the Coast division makes up roughly 70% of the company's value, according to a filing by asset management firm Alta Fox.

In 2003, a rare card from Tempest was reprinted as an even more rare foil, limited-run, promotional card. High secondary market value ensued.

For more than a decade, artist Adam Paquette has made art for more than 100 Magic: The Gathering cards and participated in a Q&A with Magic Untapped about it all.

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