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Episode 344 – Meanwhile at the Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

In honor of Multiplayer Week over on the Magic site, we’re joined this week by Serious Fun columnist Bruce Richard! Bruce spearheaded this week’s awesome return of the Multiplayer Hall of Fame! And since anyone can just go to the articles and see the rankings, we got Bruce to go into far more detail about what the Hall actually IS, its origins, and the insane amount of work that went into bringing it back.  There’s also a bit of musing about possible changes in the far future and plenty of credit-sharing from Bruce.


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Check out the Hall of Fame here: http://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/mhof/welcome-multiplayer-hall-fame-2014-10-13
MTG Board Game teaser: http://www.gatheringmagic.com/news-10142014-magic-the-gathering-strategy-board-game-announced/
New FNM Formats: http://i.imgur.com/2tYRiR3.png
Pro Tour Infographics: http://www.gatheringmagic.com/nickvigabool-101314-standard-snapshot-pro-tour-khans-of-tarkir/


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Break Music – Not this week

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Hall of Fame

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One Comment

  1. October 21, 2014 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    Cool discussion. I don’t know how much Commander does (or should) affect rankings, but just from a housekeeping standpoint, I think it’d be useful for each four-, three-, and two-color combination to have a mini hall of fame, say the top five or 10 cards in each color identity.

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