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For the longest time, Magic: The Gathering had silver bordered cards to help tell apart tournament legal ones from those that aren't. Then came the acorns.

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

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In more than 25 years of designing Magic: The Gathering cards and sets, MTG head designer Mark Rosewater has some favorites.

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Mark Rosewater talks about how two specific cards in the parody Unglued set inspired the set Dissension from Magic: The Gathering's original Ravnica block.

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In 1998, Mark Rosewater tried his hand at illustrating a Magic: The Gathering card. Tried.

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