The day is finally upon us. The Hype Team has been hard at work for more than a year, fighting giants and wizards, and crossing treacherous lava pits--or something like that, to finally bring you REGIONAL JUDGE SHIRTS. Read on to find out how you can sport our new, custom apparel at your next event!
L2 Judge, store owner, and lifelong Magic lover Jason Malott covers some of the many benefits to finally "taking the leap" and travelling for Magic. If you're looking forward to your 2019 Magic career, Jason gives you plenty of reasons to make judging at MagicFest part of that journey!
This week on the Road to L2, Thunder Bay's abominable snow-judge, Angus Davis, will help you brush up your investigations chops in part 1 or a two-part series within a series!
This week on the Road to L2, Regional Coordinator Jon Goud discusses the whos, whats, and hows of L2 recommendations--for L1s looking to level up, and L2s who want to help new candidates on their journey.
This week on the Road to L2, David Poon explains the different avenues for community involvement and talks about the need for community-involved L2 judges.
The most prolific tournament report writer this side of the 49th, Tobias Vyseri, talks tactics and strategy for overcome one of the unique challenges of the L2 checklist.
Just in time to get hyped for Wave 14, let's take a look back at some of the all-stars from Wave 13. This time 'round, we're focussing on judge actions that emphasized player experience at tournaments and in local communities.
David Lachance-Poitras took a long road trip to help a remote store launch their first-ever PPTQ. In the first of a two-part article, David talks about how to help a store in unique conditions run a successful event!
The first half of 2018 is behind us and there has been a lot for Canadian Judges to be excited about so far. Check out a recap of the year so far, including conference reports, project updates, as well as a breakdown of the latest rules and policy updates.
Will Van Veen talks a little bit about his experience organizing 2017's Holiday judge party, the precursor to many of the Hype Team initiatives put together in 2018. If you're interested in getting some judges together for spell slinging or knowledge sharing, he's got some advice for you!