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Hot championship in Santa Catarina, played “ad nauseam”

The 4th stage of Circuito de Legacy Catarinense (CLC) took place this Sunday, 28th, in Blumenau, at the nice Casa de Ruter Store. Nothing less than 49 players showed up, taking the place completely. As the hours passed by, the temperature had risen up, with two Burn players burning every …

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Legacy gathers 148 players this weekend

The several Legacy tournaments taken in Brazil this weekend brought 148 players togheter, 122 of them only today (Sunday, 28). Blumenau was the city with the highest number of subscribed players: 49 participate in Circuito Catarinense. In Rio, 42 players play the Alpha Legacy, while Liga Mineira de Legacy counts 31 players. On Saturday, São …

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Exclusive Interview with Mark Poole

One of the greatest artists of all history of Magic The Gathering, since it’s very beginning, Mark Poole is a very kind person. Doesn’t matter if he is the guy who made the art of Ancestral Recall, one of the most powerful cards ever, or if he was in the …

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Infinite mana for the win!

I started thinking this deck through as soon as I checked on the first postings in social networks, showing the possibility of infinite green mana with [mtg_card]Vizier of Remedies[/mtg_card] and [mtg_card]Devoted Druid[/mtg_card]. Two creatures, one green and the other white, both with a CMC of 2, would be enough to fill up your …

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Storm takes the cup in Mhysteria Modern’s 3rd Edition

After the storm, more storm. In the first big Modern tournament held in Rio de Janeiro after the ban on [mtg_card]Gitaxian Probe[/mtg_card], Raphael Prais had taken the trophy by masterfully piloting his UR Storm. He simply did not give a chance to the 41 other competitors who have been dueling …

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Exclusive interview with Feline Longmore

Feline Longmore. The myth precedes the name, which she conquered by enchanting the world with her unique way of piloting High Tide. Whether it is for the alters she makes in cards by herself, whether for the ability to solve a Ponder single-handed, or for the results she has achieved, …

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Three-Tier conflict

Welcome duelists of all the multiverse, my name is Erick Santos and through the invitation of Eternal Magic I came here to open a weekly column where I seek to contribute with analysis on Legacy and metagames of the format. In my first column, I’d like to talk a bit …

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Thoughts on Casual x Competitive Commander

Hello ladies and gentleman! Welcome to Command Beacon, our column about Commander here on Eternal Magic! This is Command Beacon’s first article and the one who writes to you is Mateus Nogueira. I already played a bit of all formats, but the one that caught me was Commander in its multiplayer form, …

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