Magic Untapped's articles about the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.

Tips on how to make the best Magic: The Gathering trade binder you can.

In the mid-1990s, the Fallen Empires expansion proved to be a bridge too far to cross for Magic: The Gathering, printing an extremely high number of cards.

The CEO had stepped down for medical leave two days prior.

In 1995, the Ice Age card Chub Toad saw print. It was an in-joke and ended up with a sequel 26 years later.

In the first Magic: The Gathering expansion, there was a card so crazy that it was eventually banned in practically every format.

Wizards of the Coast lists release dates for Innistrad: Double Feature and Commander Collection: Black.

In 2014, Wizards of the Coast gave down one of their strangest bans in history (and, no, it wasn't a card).

The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale has seen as resurgence in recent years. There's a reason for that.

Magic Untapped interviews Scottish Magic: The Gathering artist Paul Scott Canavan.

Every Magic card has a story, so let's look into one of the Power Nine: Ancestral Recall.

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