Posted: May 5th, 2013
Prereleases are the best. There is no rush in Magic: The Gathering like holding cards from a new set, thoughtfully placing 23 spells and 17 lands together, and battling other decks. It’s when the limited format is the most fair. Archetypes haven’t been established yet. The best players haven’t memorized every card and where each of them go in which deck for optimal value. Noobs can drop a bomb and beat a higher level planeswalker pretty regularly. It’s exciting and incredibly variable! If Twenty Sided had unlimited seating for Prerelease events I’d play in every flight.
Posted: May 3rd, 2013 | Tagged: Column - Mattcaster Mage
by Giaco Furino
The whipping winds of the looming storm battered back and forth the broken doors of Lady Nidris’ home. The heroes, tasked with taking her safely back to her abode after an attempted kidnapping, began this session searching her ruined apartment for clues as to where her son was taken. The culprits seemed clear: giant markings of Asmodeus were branded and painted in blood all over her home. This was clearly the work of the Asmodeus cultists the heroes tangled with in Session One.
Posted: May 1st, 2013 | Tagged: Dungeons and Dragons
I can’t get enough of Gene “Upkeep” Coffey. The man will one day tattoo a Gruul logo on my arm, or, you know, wherever. He’s my favorite pre-FNM playtesting partner even when he’s on Esper Control.
Round One vs. Johnny’s Esper Control
Posted: April 26th, 2013 | Tagged: Column - Mattcaster Mage
Welome to the Twenty Sided Store’s Beyond the Screen : Episode 3 and a written account by Giaco Furino.
In this video we will recap the first week of our new season of D&D Encounters : Storm Over Neverwinter.
You can join us every Wednesday at 7:00pm.
Joining me today is Neil as Sir Nathan Fairweather.
Posted: April 24th, 2013 | Tagged: Dungeons and Dragons