Pojo's Magic:The Gathering
Wednesday, April 11, 2001
Today we're going to venture into the Argothian Treehouse where Andy has a an interresting article about Creature Enchantments called, Suit Me Up, Sarge. I'm Goin' In! A good read for the middle of the week.
DeQuan tells us the results of another of his now famous tournaments at The Game Closet. More deck listings and tech for Regionals is contained within!
Speaking of Regionals, for anyone who is needing cards for that tournament, or any other for that matter and you live in the Southern California area, ClefairyDoll and I are going to be set up at Frank & Sons today selling just about anything you could need to get ahead of your competition! It's located at 19649 E San Jose Ave in the City of Industry. Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, April 10, 2001
With Regionals coming up, one word is on everyone's mind - Metagame. What happens if you over-metagame? Is this possible? Well, Jon at The Helpdesk thinks so and he talks about it some, how no matter what happens, Like Clockwork there is something there you didn't expect.
Monday, April 9, 2001
Hey all you Pojo fans! Today, we have a treat for you. On the site with us today is a very special guest, and a man who needs no introduction in the Magic community: "The Reverend" Toby Watcher. Toby was nice enough to give us an article today. With 7th Edition back, Force Spike has returned. Toby was nice enough to talk a little about the card and it's place in the new environment. If you've never ready anything by Toby, this is, without a doubt, a must read, as is anything else he writes!
Today, we also have for you a Tournament Report from DeQuan's latest JSS Qualifier in Waco, TX! He talks about the tournament ang gives out winning decklistings. Yes, this means for all of you out there looking for it...FREE REGIONALS TECH!!!!
Sunday, April 8, 2001
Saturday, April 7, 2001
Friday, April 6, 2001
Speaking of Deck Mechanics, we added a new one! Atog's Domain with Jeff Lambert is now open for business. Everyone send him some decks to fix and let's get him busy!
Thursday, April 5, 2001
In the meanwhile, of you have not checked out our League yet, you should do so. It's going to be a great place for some Regionals testing!!!
Wednesday, April 4, 2001
Well, it has taken almost 2 months, but the cycle is now complete. We finally have a Feature Writer for every day of the week, giving you a multitude of perspectives on the game. Today we added The Argothian Treehouse with Andy Van Zandt. Today, Andy talks about how to Be in Good Cheer while playing the game. Those expecting to see Random Beatings, it has been moved to Saturday, so be sure to check it out on it's new day!
Tuesday, April 3, 2001
Sometimes, one of the biggest problems with a tournament is trying to figure out what the metagame is and how to beat it. Today at The Helpdesk, Jonathan talks a little about the upcoming preparations for Regionals and some Metagame Mistakes.
Monday, April 2, 2001
I bet you thought you were going to find Biographies yesterday, didn't you? HA! April Fools! ;) We wouldn't want to deprive the readers of the section, though, so we're posting it up today! Today, Miguel takes a look in the Forest with Eladamri & Multani.
Well, while posting up Spike's new Tournament Report about Corrupted Rebels, I was reminded that we don't have a winner in the Tournament Report contest. So, since this is your site, you tell me who wins. E-mail me at MagicWebmaster@pojo.com and tell me who should win the tournament report contest. Here in like, oh, two days, I'll stop taking e-mails and announce a winner & prize. Have fun!
Friday, March 30, 2001
Thursday, March 29, 2001
Think you're a good player? Think that's enough to get you through Regionals? Think again. Tim is here today with Techsas and he's letting us all know what some of us already had seen. Regionals: Where Skill Is Irrelevant. Go read it if you plan on trying to get into Nationals the hard way.
Wednesday, March 28, 2001
Random Beatings - a Pojo staple. Today, Spike goes back to work on the beginning players, talking about The Beginnings of Deck Building. This is great for the player who has been using other people's decks and is ready to try to venture out on their own.
We now have a Magic League. Go to the page to learn how to do it!
Tuesday, March 27, 2001
Well, we have now added a new feature writer here for the Tuesday slot. Pro Tour up-and-comer Jonathan Pechon will be manning Pojo's Helpdesk. Today he shows why he is the perfect candidate for the job with all of his Perpetual Rage.
Monday, March 26, 2001
While waiting on The Monday Grind, I was able to get caught up a little with the Tournament Reports. That makes a total of 18 that are eligible for the now closed contest. I have not forgotten about it - I just have to come up with a fair way to decide the winner. Once one is decided, it will be announced.
Sunday, March 25, 2001
I would like to apologize to everyone for the lack of reader submissions this last week. I've been pretty plowed with getting the new magazine together, and have been a little preoccupied. Hopefully later today and tomorrow I can work on getting caught up on those. In the meanwhile, I give you Cheerios in the Strategy Guide section. It's another fun extended combo deck - give it a look.
Friday, March 23, 2001
Thursday, March 22, 2001
Wednesday, March 21, 2001
Do I even need to mention it? You can set your watches by it. It's Wednesday - it's time to get random!!! Random Beatings are coming your way again. This week, Spike looks at the Planeshift effect on the environment making the observation, "The More Things Change...". Quite an insightful read with a bonus tournament report.
Tuesday, March 20, 2001
Being it's a slow news day, have you seen our mall yet? If you need it, and it's Magic:The Gathering, one of the fine merchants in our mall is bound to have it. Be sure to check them out!
Monday, March 19, 2001
Our Strategy Guide got a full update today. Five new deck ideas from all sorts of perspectives. Check them out!
A pair more Tournament Reports found their way here as well. This ups the count for the contest to 16. We still need more, though, so send them in - you have about 3 days left.
As far as Single Card Strategies go, we've got some of those as well. Three more to be exact. Give them a once over.
Sunday, March 18, 2001
Well, Pro Tour Tokyo is now over. Zvi Mowshowitz won it all with his U/W deck. Congrats to him. Feel free to check out the coverage of the event here.
We have another edition of Biographies for you today. Squee and Darigaaz are our featured characters today.
Tournament Reports got itself updated with 5 new entries into the contest today. We're getting some good competition in there, so keep sending them in. Now if we can just get Zvi to send us his from Tokyo. *elbows Zvi*
Friday, March 16, 2001
The Pojo family of magazines has a new addition: Magic! Check out the following press release about the magazine!
Check out this My Skies article by Captain Simian. It's a pretty good one if you're considering the deck or have to play against it much.
Oh yeah - one more thing. The Tournament Report contest has been extended a week until next Thursday to allow for a better prize and more reports, so go out there and get them!
Thursday, March 15, 2001
Plenty of stuff on tap for today. First of all, a Single Card Strategy by Paul Hagan about Yagmoth's Agenda. Next we have another Better Tomes & Goblins, where Kevin looks at Elves. This should tide you over for now.
It's Techsas time. This week, Tim makes the revelation, "Yes, Ravenous Rats Can Block a Duskwalker With Kicker" and other various limited realizations.
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