by Ruben Barnhoorn (Barnie25) It has been quite some time since I wrote an article – four months to be exact. The reasons as to why are quite varied: the delays with the release of new cards, not attending important tournaments, among others. But summer as come and gone; the long
by John Wright (handshaker6) A couple weeks ago was GenCon. Hopefully by now you know the happy result: Chris Schoenthal won the North American Championship using a Lannister Banner of the Dragon deck, which had been run through the SoCal testing wringer until it was in championship form. I’ve been trying to
by Luke Wortley (eldub)* First of all, please excuse my tardiness in doing a wrap-up of the first cycle with Characters; I'm still trying to hammer out exactly how I'm going to tackle each faction's Nedliest characters. En lieu of that piece, though, I've been contemplating the larger scope of Nedliness to
by Luke Wortley (eldub) Okay, it's that time again...when I blurb this affront to humanity. In all seriousness, though, this episode is among the more redeemable...the amount of red beard is just amazing (Ryan and Buzz killin the game), and we have Craven from Banter Behind the Throne (need I say more?). Given
by Patrick Haynes (patrickhaynes) After another short hiatus, Taking the White is back -- this time with the final edition of our three-part miniseries. After examining the merits of the two mono-faction agendas for the other five factions, we have come to the final three: House Martell, House Baratheon, and House Targaryen.
by Ruben Barnhoorn This week we have an article from across the Narrow Sea -- from The Netherlands, more specifically. En lieu of our normally scheduled Taking the White, we have an article from Ruben Barnhoorn, a newcomer to Thrones but a veteran of many years of competitive Magic: The Gathering. It seems like