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http://markrosewater.tumblr.com

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The blog of Mark Rosewater, Head Designer for Magic: The Gathering. He has been working at Wizards of the Coast on Magic since 1995 and has been Head Designer since 2003.

Regular content includes: a daily photocomic, two podcasts per week, a link to his weekly article on the official magic site, and many answers to fan questions.

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If you are a die-hard magic fan, there is no better resource for inside information.

Mark frequently answers north of 100 questions per day. This is incredible access to one of the most important game designers for the game.

He's got a great sense of humor, and a deep understanding of how creativity and game design works.

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