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  1. Wizards of the Coast kicked off their Game Day stream fundraising earlier today with Magic: The Gathering employees taking over the official Wizards of the Coast stream for several hours. The stream today ran from 9am through 12pm PT and featured Magic: The Gathering Arena, Magic: The Gathering Online, and a heaping helping of goofery. The team at Magic: The Gathering plans to do this each day this week during the lead up to Game Day to help build hype for their efforts to raise money for Seattle Children's Hospital. The official Game Day streaming plan for Wizards of the Coast kicks off on November 2 at 3pm and will go until midnight. During that time, every person who sends a donation of at least $20 USD to the Magic: The Gathering team will receive a code for Magic: The Gathering Online that contains one each of the following: An alternate art shock land (chosen from Blood Crypt, Temple Garden, Godless Shrine, Watery Grave, Hallowed Fountain, Sacred Foundry, Overgrown Tomb, Steam Vents, Stomping Ground, and Breeding Pool) 1 nontradeable Ajani, Extra Life Mascot Avatar 1 nontradeable Twilight Sparkle, Princess of Magic and Friendship Avatar You can also contribute toward the fundraising goal by purchasing fun gear like shirts, pins, stickers, and playmats from the Magic: The Gathering's special Extra Life Pro Shop. They all come branded with an image of Ajani, Magic: The Gathering's Extra Life mascot! All profits from those sales will go to Seattle Children's Hospital. If you want to get even deeper into the spirit of Game Day, you might want to consider forming a streaming team under the larger Magic: The Gathering super team! Form a team of up to six people and compete to see if you and your friends can raise more money for your local children's hospital than others across North America. If you can make it into the Top 8 teams under the Magic: The Gathering super team, you will be granted codes for yourselves and your audience that open an early-access premium card style for the Inspiring Veteran card. Be sure to catch the streams throughout the rest of this week and Game Day. You will be able to find the streams themselves over on the official Magic: The Gathering Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/magic Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. Wizards of the Coast kicked off their Game Day stream fundraising earlier today with Magic: The Gathering employees taking over the official Wizards of the Coast stream for several hours. The stream today ran from 9am through 12pm PT and featured Magic: The Gathering Arena, Magic: The Gathering Online, and a heaping helping of goofery. The team at Magic: The Gathering plans to do this each day this week during the lead up to Game Day to help build hype for their efforts to raise money for Seattle Children's Hospital. The official Game Day streaming plan for Wizards of the Coast kicks off on November 2 at 3pm and will go until midnight. During that time, every person who sends a donation of at least $20 USD to the Magic: The Gathering team will receive a code for Magic: The Gathering Online that contains one each of the following: An alternate art shock land (chosen from Blood Crypt, Temple Garden, Godless Shrine, Watery Grave, Hallowed Fountain, Sacred Foundry, Overgrown Tomb, Steam Vents, Stomping Ground, and Breeding Pool) 1 nontradeable Ajani, Extra Life Mascot Avatar 1 nontradeable Twilight Sparkle, Princess of Magic and Friendship Avatar You can also contribute toward the fundraising goal by purchasing fun gear like shirts, pins, stickers, and playmats from the Magic: The Gathering's special Extra Life Pro Shop. They all come branded with an image of Ajani, Magic: The Gathering's Extra Life mascot! All profits from those sales will go to Seattle Children's Hospital. If you want to get even deeper into the spirit of Game Day, you might want to consider forming a streaming team under the larger Magic: The Gathering super team! Form a team of up to six people and compete to see if you and your friends can raise more money for your local children's hospital than others across North America. If you can make it into the Top 8 teams under the Magic: The Gathering super team, you will be granted codes for yourselves and your audience that open an early-access premium card style for the Inspiring Veteran card. Be sure to catch the streams throughout the rest of this week and Game Day. You will be able to find the streams themselves over on the official Magic: The Gathering Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/magic Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Wizards of the Coast is known for many different games, but the biggest two by far are Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering. The company has long seen crossover between the two respective communities, though never to an overwhelming extent. The two games exist in fundamentally different genres, after all. However, Wizards of the Coast has taken steps to change that with their announcement of the Ravnica setting coming to Dungeons & Dragons. For the uninitiated, Ravnica was introduced to Magic: The Gathering in 2005 through Ravnica: City of Guilds, an expansion to the popular collectible card game. More details came out about Ravnica and its structure, denizens, and monsters in two subsequent expansions. This collection of cards gave the breath of life to a new world in the multiverse setting of Magic, a world consisting of one massive city ruled by ten powerful guilds that banded together to fight the threat posed by an undead scourge that began ravaging the planet-sized city. Each guild serves a specific purpose in the world, from scientific research to overseeing criminal activity, and they tend to despise members of the other guilds. It's a boiling cauldron of rivalries, grudges, and intrigue; perfect for a group of adventurers to cause a little trouble. If that setup sounds like it would be right at home in a session of Dungeons & Dragons, Wizards of the Coast agrees with you. Later this year, the publisher plans to release a book detailing how one would create a campaign in the iconic Magic: The Gathering setting of Ravnica. Not only is this a big deal for people who love both Magic and D&D, but it presents a good opportunity for those who have only played one or the other to get a taste of the other side. If successful, the Ravnica setting could open doors to even more planes from Magic: The Gathering making their way into official Dungeons & Dragons books. Guildmasters' Guide to Ravnica releases on November 20 in hardcover and will run about $50. Maybe we will see Wizards of the Coast run a one-shot through Ravnica on Game Day? We can only hope. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  4. Wizards of the Coast is known for many different games, but the biggest two by far are Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering. The company has long seen crossover between the two respective communities, though never to an overwhelming extent. The two games exist in fundamentally different genres, after all. However, Wizards of the Coast has taken steps to change that with their announcement of the Ravnica setting coming to Dungeons & Dragons. For the uninitiated, Ravnica was introduced to Magic: The Gathering in 2005 through Ravnica: City of Guilds, an expansion to the popular collectible card game. More details came out about Ravnica and its structure, denizens, and monsters in two subsequent expansions. This collection of cards gave the breath of life to a new world in the multiverse setting of Magic, a world consisting of one massive city ruled by ten powerful guilds that banded together to fight the threat posed by an undead scourge that began ravaging the planet-sized city. Each guild serves a specific purpose in the world, from scientific research to overseeing criminal activity, and they tend to despise members of the other guilds. It's a boiling cauldron of rivalries, grudges, and intrigue; perfect for a group of adventurers to cause a little trouble. If that setup sounds like it would be right at home in a session of Dungeons & Dragons, Wizards of the Coast agrees with you. Later this year, the publisher plans to release a book detailing how one would create a campaign in the iconic Magic: The Gathering setting of Ravnica. Not only is this a big deal for people who love both Magic and D&D, but it presents a good opportunity for those who have only played one or the other to get a taste of the other side. If successful, the Ravnica setting could open doors to even more planes from Magic: The Gathering making their way into official Dungeons & Dragons books. Guildmasters' Guide to Ravnica releases on November 20 in hardcover and will run about $50. Maybe we will see Wizards of the Coast run a one-shot through Ravnica on Game Day? We can only hope. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  5. Mojang, the company behind the incredibly popular and influential Minecraft, has revealed an open beta release date for Scrolls as well as gameplay info and a snazzy new launch trailer. Scrolls is a card-based strategy game meant to be played against other players online. The object of the game is to destroy three of your opponent's five magic idols. Each player makes use of their scrolls (i.e. cards) to summon monsters, cast spells, create structures, or enchant their creatures. Cards are acquired simply by playing the game's various modes and by using in-game gold to purchase new scrolls. A smaller selection of scrolls can be purchased with shards, the in-game currency that can be purchased with real money. Scrolls launches in open beta on June 3rd for PC and Mac and will come with a price tag of $20. For more information on Scrolls, you can read this handy mini-guide on the official website.
  6. Mojang, the company behind the incredibly popular and influential Minecraft, has revealed an open beta release date for Scrolls as well as gameplay info and a snazzy new launch trailer. Scrolls is a card-based strategy game meant to be played against other players online. The object of the game is to destroy three of your opponent's five magic idols. Each player makes use of their scrolls (i.e. cards) to summon monsters, cast spells, create structures, or enchant their creatures. Cards are acquired simply by playing the game's various modes and by using in-game gold to purchase new scrolls. A smaller selection of scrolls can be purchased with shards, the in-game currency that can be purchased with real money. Scrolls launches in open beta on June 3rd for PC and Mac and will come with a price tag of $20. For more information on Scrolls, you can read this handy mini-guide on the official website. View full article
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