Things We Saw Today: The Command Zone Breaks Down The Guilds of Ravnica Set from Magic: The Gathering
It will still be another week before Magic: The Gathering fans will be able to participate in the upcoming Guilds of Ravnica pre-release in their local comic book shop before the set goes officially on sale October 5th. Luckily, there are a lot of channels on Youtube that have gotten access to the cards and can give you a deeper look into what’s going to be coming up on this latest incarnation of Magic. The Command Zone, one of my favorites just put out a video breaking down the entire set and pointing out which cards will be best for the format of Commander, but it also gives you a heads up about which cards would fit in standard or modern decks.
I am already looking forward to all the Green/Black and Red/White cards I’ve seen thus far.
For those keeping up with Magic: The Gathering spoilers, what cards are you looking forward to the most?
- 25 Puerto Rican women reflect on their lives after Hurricane Maria in a fantastic piece of reporting on Refinery29 by Andrea González-Ramírez. Shout out to her and to Refinery29 for helping share these women’s stories. (via Refinery29)
- Gillian Anderson and Lily James are going to be starring in the West End version of All About Eve. I’m already jealous of everyone in the U.K. who will get to see this. (via Independent)
- “A High School Assault,” is the September 20 episode of the New York Times podcast The Daily and it is an emotionally powerful half hour of podcasting and proof of how powerful the medium can be. It is based on the essay written by Caitlin Flanagan that appeared on The Atlantic Monday, where Flanagan tells the story of her own sexual assault in high school. (via Vulture)
- Jessica Valenti breaks down how bad men get away with rape, despite all the claims that #MeToo ruin lives.(via Medium)
It is finally Friday!
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