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Today’s second podcasts answers one of the most frequently asked questions I get - what is an average day of Magic R&D like?

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My first podcast today is part of my “20 Years in 20 Podcasts” series.

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My second podcast today is the third and final installment of my series on the design of Judgment.

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My first podcast today is the second in my series on the design of Judgment

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My second podcast is the first in a three-part series about the design of Judgment. (Now with the correct link.)

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Today’s first podcast is the fourth on my series on the Duelist/Magic Invitational.

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My second podcast today is a more technical one where I talk about a tool design uses called a design skeleton. This podcast talks a lot about the things I have discussed in my “Nuts & Bolts” series. If you have ever wanted to build you own Magic set or are just curious how we do it, give this podcast a listen.

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Today’s first podcast is a history podcast about R&D focusing on the many different games we play. If you love hearing behind the scenes stories about the people that make the game, today’s podcast is for you.

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This is the next in my mega-series “20 Years in 20 Podcasts”. Today, 1997.

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Several months ago I did a very popular podcast called “Meet My Dad”. Well, today is the companion podcast where I drive my Mom to the airport on my way to work.

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For my second podcast today, I decided to spend the whole time talking about a single card. I chose my favorite card of all time, Maro (it’s named after me) as the topic.

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In today’s first podcast, I talk about the impact that evolution has on both the game and the design of Magic.

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Today’s second podcast is the third and final in my series on the design of Torment.

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Today’s first podcast is the second in my series on the design of Torment, the second set in the Odyssey block. Note due to traffic, this is a long episode at 46 minutes.

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My second podcast today is the first in a series about the design of Torment, “the black set”.