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In 1998, Mark Rosewater tried his hand at illustrating a Magic: The Gathering card. Tried.

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Wednesday, 12 January 2022 15:16

Maro talks Nephilim

Magic: The Gathering senior designer Mark Rosewater talks about the Nephilim, MTG's first-ever four color creatures.

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Mark Rosewater talks with Magic Untapped about how hybrid mana came to exist within Magic: The Gathering.

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Magic: The Gathering senior designer Mark Rosewater joins Magic Untapped to talk about how Ravnica came to be in the first place.

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Wednesday, 24 November 2021 08:00

Mark Rosewater talks Ravnica Guild Philosophies

Magic: The Gathering senior designer Mark Rosewater joins Magic Untapped and explains the philosophy of each of Ravnica's two-color guilds

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Magic: The Gathering head designer Mark Rosewater joins Magic Untapped to talk about why Ravnica's guilds get split up between the plane's various sets.

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For decades, the legend rule has been a controversial part of Magic: the Gathering.

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For a time, Magic: The Gathering cards were named for people associated with the game (in anagram form).

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Tuesday, 26 January 2021 09:19

Marquee Cards: Mark Rosewater's noble experiment

In the mid-1990s, Wizards of the Coast experimented a new type of Magic: The Gathering card (well, sort of).

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Wednesday, 25 November 2020 08:22

Showoff: The card mechanic that almost was

Lorwyn almost had one of the most unusual and fascinating Magic: The Gathering mechanics of all time.

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