Luis Scott-Vargas is a professional Magic player, member of the Magic Hall of Fame, and Vice President of Marketing at ChannelFireball.com. He hails from Oakland, California, and is widely considered to be the greatest Magic troll of our generation.
Cyrus Corman-Gill is an above-average Magic player. He is an Eternal Weekend Finalist, Star City Games Open champion, Vintage Super League quarterfinalist, online grinder (of the card game variety), and streamer at twitch.tv/cyruscg. Cyrus also enjoys sending out cool tweets and generally acting as the wrestling heel of the Magic world.
Matej Zatlkaj is a man of many talents: professional Magic player, WOTC commentator, and team manager for Hareruya Pros. Continue reading “Humans of Magic” interview series: Matej Zatlkaj
Jonathan Sukenik is a Gold level professional Magic player. You can find him on Magic Online under the name Watchwolf92. Jonathan can also be seen crushing souls on the SCG and PT circuits.
We cover fun topics like Jonathan’s Magic sportsmanship, his earliest tournament successes, and a step-by-step walkthrough of the members of the Sukenik School of Crushing. We also ruminate on life and other random absurd things.
Don’t call Andrew Elenbogen an overnight success.
Andrew won Pro Tour Guilds of Ravnica through a combination of hard work, sacrifice, and a strong drive to get better at the game. His journey this year was a challenging one, notably marked by personal tragedy.
Despite the hardships, Andrew has done a lot of great things for the Magic community in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He also has a lot of strong opinions about things that you wouldn’t expect.
“Magic is a game about change…we’ve been spending the last twenty-five years figuring out how to make it even better.”
The legendary Mark Rosewater, Head Designer for Magic: The Gathering, joins “Humans of Magic” to discuss the finer nuances of designing for the best game on the planet. Hear Mark talk about why building a Magic set is like building a house, how his process has evolved, and why you should be excited about Magic’s future.