This article is a modified version of a presentation by during the December 2017 SEA Region Judge Conference. Grizzly Bears and Yargles aside, there are a lot of cards in Magic: the Gathering, each with their own unique effects. It’s part of the reason why this game is so fun and exciting, but sometimes you’d wonder if there’s an easier way to figure out what happens when someone tries to cast Invert on your Deep Freeze-d Ghalta with three +1/+1 counters on it. This article (and the next)
The Level 2 Maintenance Checklist Form is now live. As a quick refresher, these are the maintenance requirements: Judge two Competitive REL tournaments Submit one review of another judge (Interview reviews count) Demonstrate maintenance of rules and policy knowledge through yearly exams - Please do so by taking the "Level 2 Practice" exam found under the Exams tab in JudgeApps. At the end of the form is a short survey for any feedback regarding the Judge program in the SEA region. You
Judging in a GP can be an exciting - albeit frantic - experience. Between taking care of thousands of players and making sure everyone in your team gets along together, how does a judge cope? And what happens if you throw in a language barrier to the challenge? interviews two judges from the Southeast Asia region who have recently attended GP Beijing (5-7 May 2018), to pick their minds on judging in a non-English speaking country. Wendra Kamadjaja is a Level 2 Judge from Jakarta, Indonesia.