Barry White

Barry White

A longtime seasoned journalist beginning in 2003, Barry White has worked in a trio of ABC affiliated newsrooms across two states. His work has also been published in USA Today. White also was the founder and editor-in-chief of the gaming website GeekNifty before the website transitioned into what it is today: Magic Untapped.

White has been playing Magic: The Gathering since 1994 when The Dark was the game's latest release. He greatly enjoys playing Legacy with his Burn and D&T decks, runs Tron and Mono-B devotion in Modern, and enjoys limited formats as well.

Magic Untapped (along with special guest Mark Rosewater) takes a look back at Ravnica: City of Guilds, the first set in the original Ravnica block.

Stumped on what gifts to get your Magic: The Gathering playing friends and family?  Magic Untapped has you covered!

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

Magic Untapped cracks open a set booster box from the new Magic: The Gathering set, Innistrad: Crimson Vow.

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.

Monday, 15 November 2021 11:07

Pack Crackin': Battlebond

Magic Untapped opens up a couple of booster packs from the 2018 Magic: The Gathering expansion, Battlebond.  Did we pull any of the set's top cards?

In this tenth and final episode in a ten-part series, we explore the story of the dragon who would become one of Magic: The Gathering's greatest antagonists, Nicol Bolas.

Know what to look for in Innistrad: Crimson Vow before you draft.

Magic Untapped hops onto MTG Arena for a Premier Draft featuring the Magic: The Gathering sets Guilds of Ravnica, Ravnica Allegiance, and War of the Spark.

Friday, 05 November 2021 08:39

Pack Crackin': Core Set 2011

Magic Untapped opens up a couple of booster packs from the 2010 Magic: The Gathering expansion, Core Set 2011.  Did we pull any of the set's top cards?

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