Who here hasn’t designed at least one card? Some of you probably have a whole set stashed away in a file or maybe printed out for playtesting. Dustin de Leeuw decided to challenge his team to a Make a Card contest every time he leads a team at a Grand Prix. Not a man to take half measures, Dustin really takes this to the next level in several ways. First he picks a theme for the card to be tied with the event or current set. My favorite has to be Arch of Triumph from GP Paris 2015. Second, he
Time’s Up is a hilarious party game. The game combines charades and taboo, while adding a very interesting twist. The game is played with 40 randomly selected cards with different phrases (there are multiple versions of the game depending on your preference). The game is played over the course of three rounds – each one using the same forty cards. For an audience of Magic judges we prepared a deck containing the names of Magic sets.
In this blog I plan to present games that can be used both in tournaments as team building or motivation during a long day. I also want to present some games that can used after the tournament or at a judge conference or meet-up.