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Magic: The Gathering - Wizard removes some "offensive" cards

In light of the latest events related to the protests of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, many companies try to show their support in some way. Wizard of the Coast, the creator of the Magic card game ...

Free Digital Dungeons & Dragons for all

As Asmodee in recent days Wizards of the Coast has made available free materials during the quarantine, in this case it is numerous resources to play Dungeons & Dragons from home ....

Ikoria's mastery pass is the worst seen so far

The arrival of Ikoria: Lair of Behemots is imminent, while we wait, Wizards of the Coast has made public the details of the mastery pass that is already available on MTG: Arena, and nothing comes of it ...
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A beautiful trailer for War of the Spark

Wizards of the Coast released a beautiful trailer for War of the Spark, accompanied by a very evocative cover of Linkin Park's "In the End" performed by Jung Youth & Fleurie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5W9t62t10I&feature=share Nicol ...
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Dungeons and Dragons: just enough paper and pen, great turn in progress

Here we are. Apparently, even for Dungeons and Dragons it is time to give way to technology, renewing itself and, why not, improving. Of course, imagine a D&D without paper, pen, pencil (not to be underestimated), ...

Nintendo Switch, the news of the 11.0.0 update

Nintendo Switch updates to version 11.0.0, introducing some welcome news. What exactly does it consist of? The update does not just improve the stability of the system, ...

El Cid - Review

El Cid is a new Spanish series produced and distributed by Amazon Prime, coming to Prime Video on December 18th. The show narrates ...

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