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Friday Miscellaney

Happy Friday MTG peeps,

Masters 25 draft weekend is upon us - shake off your late-winter blahs and get out to a gaming store.  We are off to our local store, OMG! Games, here in Barrie, Ontario to see if B/W Vampires is able to take top spot again.

For today's post, we are rounding up a bunch of miscellaneous items of Magic: the Gathering interest - let's dive in -

Magic: the Gathering - Mana Pool

Right here in Toronto, Ontario, Canada-Land
The place is cozy, with warm undertones and the game selection area is neat but crammed with top-name games, including the classics as well as such faves as Scythe (Stonemaier Games), Forbidden Island (Gamewright), Magic The Gathering (Hasbro) and more.
Wi-fi’s included and even the tables have a story: “They were specifically made from reclaimed wood,” said Bradley as a nod to the brothers’ respect for environmental issues. “We want this place to become a community space, where people can come, sit and enjoy,” say the two.
MANA POOL, 2100 Bloor St. W. Unit 5A, Toronto, Tuesday-Wednesday, 11 a.m. To 10 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m. To 11 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. To 10 p.m., closed Mondays.


Magic: the Gathering - A Match made in Heaven

… or by Wizards.
I am dusting off my Captain Sisay Commander deck in anticipation for Dominaria, which is PACKED with legendary spells.
When the Release Notes document was leaked, Commander Sisay prices jumped from approximately $18 to $38 within 24 hours.

Magic: the Gathering - Canadian Cookies
From Alicia Bakes Cookies, here in Toronto, Ontario

We have been making and posting quite a few Magic: the Gathering memes on our Tumblr and Facebook accounts.  Some are hits, while others miss the mark - here is one which seemed popular to fans -

Magic: the Gathering - Not just a Phase
Psychiatrists and Proctologists deal with odds and ends.