Travel Guides for Grand Prix and Pro Tour destinations, written by Magic Judges!
What does winning look like for a judge? For L2 Dave Elden, winning happens when we improve our knowledge and judging skills. Come here for articles about rules, policy and best practices and take your skills to the next level!
The Judge Conferences Blog presents the works from the whole Conferences Sphere, who oversees Judge Conferences all over the world, assisting Regional Coordinators on preparations for the best possible experience for attendees, and helping knowledge transfer through the seminar library and conferences historical data.
The Knowledge Pool helps teach Competitive REL policies through carefully crafted scenarios and discussion.
It is essential to understand why the system is as it is before claiming it must be entirely changed.
The Battlefield Forge is a blog site for tournament reports from judges all around the world.
Each week, see your judging rockstars! Read about featured judges from all around the world!
Updates from the official Magic Judge Program Coordinators (Toby, Alfonso, Sean, Kevin, and Kim)
Feedback sustains the improvement and growth of individuals.
Welcome to the Europe-East Regional blog! Here we can share news, promotions, reports, and all shorts of things judging related.
All the magic conference Content classified in one site
JudgeCast is a biweekly podcast currently hosted by Jess Dunks, Bryan Prillaman, and CJ Shrader. We cover judging news, policy, rules, listener e-mails, and occasionally (frequently) slip into banter about the judging world and our experiences.
Soyez informé des dernières mises à jour et informations concernant la communauté arbitrale francophone !
The L3 testing manager talks about the L3 advancement process and everything you need to know to become a Regional Judge.
Welcome to the German-speaking countries Regional blog! Here we can share news, promotions, reports, and all shorts of things judging related.
Here at Judge Anniversaries, we like to give a pat on the back to those Magic judges who have survived in this hobby for arbitrary amounts of time.
Get the latest (or archived) judge articles on this site. Need a place to publish your judge article? You just found that, too!
A hub for articles and information about the USA-North region.
Translations of the Magic Comprehensive Rules, Magic Tournament Rules, Magic Infraction Procedure Guide, Judging at Regular and other documents and communications.
The Region USA Southwest consists of the states Arizona, California, Nevada and a lot of sunshine - and of course great judges!
Blog da comunidade brasileira de Juízes de Magic.
This is the official blog of the Magic Judge Exemplar Program. It aims to recognize the exemplary contributions and efforts Judges of all levels.
Level 5 Toby Elliott provides updates and the occasional interesting rumination on the policies and procedures of tournament Magic
This is the blog of the Judge Conduct Committee. The Committee exists to decide when a judge’s conduct is a problem and how that misconduct should be resolved from the Judge Program’s perspective. The Committee maintains the Magic Judge Code and is responsible for the processes which support it.
Judging or playing a two-headed giant prerelease? Be prepared by reading up on the quirkier interactions of the new cards!
Lems is a longtime who blogs about seemingly random topics at even more seemingly random intervals. He also serves as the lead of the technology sphere.
Straight from Level 5 Scott Marshall himself, read this monthly digest of L4+ debates, decisions and discussions.
L3 David de la Iglesia shares his experiences and views on everything judging: articles, event reports, recognitions, and of course judge projects!
If an idea bears repeating, you can find it here! This blog is dedicated to sharing worthy concepts and thoughts from all aspects of life, with a particular focus on helping readers develop broad frameworks for understanding their role in the Judge Program. Bearz Repeating updates every Wednesday, so check back weekly!
Billy San Juan provides quick tips, tidbits, and insights on everyday Judging.
Report of the monthly judge meeting in Frankfurt/Germany. Discussion of policy and rules interpretation at the foundation.
We're the Review Experts. If you're looking for help with reviews (getting better, writing some, looking for tips and tricks), or looking for feedback on a specific item (a Level 3 self review, a particularly difficult or contentious evaluation review), we're here to help you. Give us a call at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Mystical Tutor is a robust online platform for judge education. Regular content will help you along your path to becoming a more knowledgeable Magic Judge
Put names to the faces and view full staff lists of the judges at Grand Prix and Pro Tour events!
Basic stuff and context for your non-Magic player friends, from Level 3 Judge Rob McKenzie
Tips for WER Scorekeeping and running store-level events!
The Judge Booth, coordinated by Michael Wiese, helps entertain and educate players at Grand Prix and other events.
In this blog, I will write about the history of the judge program. This will include both my own judge history, and my general aspects of the program as a whole. Unlike the judge wiki, however, things in this blog may not be 100% accurate. Entries here will necessarily combine my own recollections and my thoughts about them.
Driving to events doesn't need to be a huge waste of time. The Driving With Judges podcast is here to help fill the monotony of the road with relevant information that hopefully you can use at your next event. DWJ is full of tips & tricks and discussions about Judging theory and philosophy as well as some of your favorite judges veering wildly off topic!
This is a blog about being an ally. You can expect to find content about: feminism, people with disabilities, people of color, mental health, QUILTBAG (Queer/Questioning, Undecided, Intersex, Lesbian, Transgender/Transsexual, Bisexual, Allied/Asexual, Gay/Genderqueer), ageism, cultural competency, and inclusive language.