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  1. The secret project is now out, and it's free to read. Children of the Nameless is a novella set on Innistrad, one of the planes featured in Magic the Gathering. It's Brandon's longest novella to date, and does not require any knowledge of the setting to enjoy it. https://media.wizards.com/2018/downloads/novella/Children_of_the_Nameless.pdf Feel free to discuss the story to your hearts content in here.
  2. So, I recently got into MTG through a friend at school, and have started looking into getting sleeves. But then I realized that what I really wanted were sleeves with bridge four glyphs on the back. Brandon likes Magic. Why on earth do these not exist yet?
  3. immortal words

    Ok, so I saw this Magic: the gathering card, and the flavor text sounds like it could be Kaladin’s next oath.
  4. I like seeing the various Magic decks that people have come up with, so I thought I would make a place for people to post their various decks. I’ll post mine below. (Hidden for size) The deck above is a combo deck revolving around the interaction between Izzet Guildmage, Training Grounds, and Manamorphose. It can also serve as a Aggro deck that beats down with Delver of Secrets, and Burns your opponent out with Lightning Bolt and Shock (Which makes it a Hundred times more Consistent). Mana Leak and Swerve included to protect the combo/slow down your opponent. JTMS helps set up the combo by brainstorming, and can also serve as an alternate win condition. Also, the interaction between Ludevic’s Test Subject, and Training Grounds is pretty epic. Anyway, enough rambling. What decks are you playing in Modern MTG?
  5. In the game, Magic the Gathering (and of course, in the story, Children of the Nameless) there are 5 kinds of magic. In Cosmere terms, we would say, 5 kinds of investiture. What I am trying to imagine is, how would the game and/or story change, if we replaced the 5 types of mana, with 16 types of investiture.
  6. I am thinking about selling my collection of cards as I have not played in years. My question is what would be the best way to price my collection according to current prices?
  7. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

  8. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    Dustbringers and Skybreakers felt like a perfect flavor fit for the deck.
  9. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    Dustbringers and Skybreakers felt like a perfect flavor fit for the deck.
  10. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

  11. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    The cover of Oathbringer keeps track of my floating red mana. After finishing this I considered making tokens for the other three colors using the WoR art of Shallan (white) and a sweet fan art I saw of the chasms (green or black), but that's a project for another day.
  12. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    The highstorm from the cover of The Way of Kings keeps track of my floating blue mana.
  13. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    Kaladin (via the cover of Words of Radiance) keeps track of my storm count. It felt fitting.
  14. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    Third goblin token is Szeth. Although maybe he shouldn't be appearing on the battlefield in such numbers... I'm going be summoning like twenty of these at a time after all.
  15. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    Second goblin token is a stormform parshendi. This one felt like the best flavor fit, although the art isn't as obvious as I'd like. Turns out there aren't that many fan art images of parshendi.
  16. From the album Highstorm MTG Deck

    The first goblin token is a chasmfiend. Doesn't exactly scream "1/1 creature," but the art is sick.
  17. Here's a thread to post custom Magic the Gathering cards that are Sanderson book themed. Here's my first one, Vin, Skaa Mistborn. (Her planeswalker/legendary enchantment creature sequel will be Vin, Ascendant Warrior) (Click the image to make it full size) Please post your own card ideas. You can make cards at mtgcardsmith.com.
  18. I'm aware I haven't posted in a while and so I'll get my greetings out of the way first. Hi everybody! Now, I'm working on designing an MTG set built around the lore of Warbreaker. I'd like to get this finished and usable by the Oathbringer release party. Who would be interested in drafting it there? (assuming I get it done on time. It's a lot of work.)
  19. Recently, Wizards of the Coast has been releasing little bits of roleplaying fluff for D&D 5th edition for each of the worlds that we have recently visited during the main story of MTG (Zendikar, Innistrad, Kaladesh). Now, these are just bits of marketing for D&D/MTG rather than tried and tested rulesets, and some of them contain a few omissions (such as not noting that Aetherborn do not need to breath) or questionable design choices. Having said that, I am unsure how balanced they are ruleswise, as I have not played 5th ed and do not know the rules. However, regardless of what they are and how they have been implemented, these rules have put me in the mood, yet again, for an MTG roleplaying game. As someone who has only really played Pathfinder as a fantasy pen-and-paper system, my idea would simply be to use those rules and, if the players are all Planeswalkers, give them all a Planeshift spell with either a longer casting time or a per-day restriction. However, ultimately I would prefer to run it as a freeform game. There are of course problems with this too, in that it can tend to be a bit directionless and conflict between players is harder to sort out, but it also means that it is easier to run and requires no knowledge of anything other than the setting (and not even that, arguably, if you are a new Planeswalker). As for the setting and characters, I would prefer to do something fairly current in terms of the timeline for MTG, though that would be more of a background than an excuse to interfere with the official plotline. Think Dack Fayden, in that he is around whenever the plot is going on but does not interact with the main heroes of the block. I would prefer Planeswalkers, as I feel that the main draw of RPing in the MTG universe rather than a specific setting is the ability to have the characters experience the multitude of worlds and to show cultures and ideologies clashing. I have a few characters that would be in mind for this - A BW human cleric/necromancer (in the original sense of speaking to spirits rather than zombie-summoning) from Innistrad who was designed because I hate Lilianna's presence as Token Evil Teammate on the Gatewatch, and a RW kor stoneforger, because I love the idea of stoneforging and there is a wonderful sense of adventuring on Zendikar. But, as I play MTG based on casual theme decks rather than competitively, I could pick practically any of the decks I have on Cockatrice (numbering over 150 by now, easily...) and create a semi-coherent and hopefully interesting character from them. If you were to take part in an MTG Roleplaying game, how would you prefer it to be run? Is there a system you would have in mind to formalise the rules, or would you prefer to do it entirely in roleplaying form with no dice and few hard rules ('few' as some, like the Colour of your characters, should of course be adhered to)? What would you want to do as a plot, at least to begin with? Would you prefer Planeswalker characters exploring the Multiverse, or non-Planeswalkers on a single world? What would your perfect character (or characters) be? Please be aware though, this is not necessarily indicative that I would like to start and GM an MTG RP/RPG. This is at the moment a few questions, just to see what people think.
  20. cosmere

    I just had a thought.... What if all of the known worlds in the cosmere teamed up and fought all of the planes from MTG? Just a random thought, but I kind of want to know how it would play out.
  21. This past spring I made a costume for a promotional video for Magic: The Gathering. The video has been online for a while now, but I just got copies of some still photos today, and I thought I'd share them here. This was my first professional costuming job of this nature so it was really exciting! And it also possibly contributed to me being more interested in actually learning how to play MTG as well. the video can be seen at huntbiggergame.com