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Three Questions: GP Charlotte 2016 pt 2

It’s that time again! I went to a Grand Prix, so now you get more Three Questions! This is the second of four shows from GP Charlotte 2016.

When I find myself at a big Magic tournament, I take my trusty digital recorder and ask lots of people three questions that are a bit silly, because I’m not going to ask serious hard-hitting stuff to players between rounds, to judges during their shift, and to everyone else while they’re doing…whatever it is they’re doing. Besides, my off-the-wall questions put them on the spot and reveal a little bit more about who they are as a person and as a Magic player.

I was all over the place in this episode. I bothered two SCG employees, Ben Bleiweiss and Jeremy Noell. I grabbed some former and current podcasters in Chris Lansdell, Joe Gardner, Alex Okowita, and Houston GingerAle. I had fun talking to Emma Handy, who writes about MTG every week. I even got answers from both ends of the spectrum, with pro players Craig Wescoe and Adrian Sullivan, and non-Magic player Andrea Robinson, who made the mistake of being with Adrian when I snagged him. Is no one safe? Won’t someone think of the children?


I hope you guys enjoyed the extra work I put into these. Once I had the idea to include everyone’s musical response, I couldn’t not do it, you know? Be sure to hit me with your answers to these Three Questions!

Your host: Chewie
Twitter: @TheManaPool
Email: chewie@mtgcast.com
Theme Music: The Journey Continues by Kazunaka Yamane (from Double Dragon)

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  1. June 21, 2016 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

    I thought the first five minutes were awesome, and I wasn’t quite clear why the author continued to have the podcast past that point.

    • June 21, 2016 at 4:58 pm | Permalink

      Honestly I don’t either. I guess it’s just force of habit at this point.

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