My latest article for Gemr.com looks at the history of the longest running collectable card game in the world, Magic: The Gathering.
This one took a lot of research as I’d never really looked into the history of the game before despite having played it off-and-on since 2013. It’s not a comprehensive recount of the game, but more a general overview.
Still, I hope you enjoy. 😀
Read the full article at Gemr.com
Since moving to the UK I’d not really had anywhere to play Magic: The Gathering. In Australia I would go at least once a week – but often twice a week – to my local game store to play with fellow geeks. Be it an official event such as Friday Night Magic or just casual games it was always a lot of fun and something I truly missed in coming to the UK.
However, since my wife and I moved from Oxford to Hampshire, I’ve been spoilt with the choice of two game shops right near me, both of which put on Magic events. Well, this week I attended my pick of the two’s FNM, which for reasons I can’t quite remember they hold on a Wednesday.
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