2017 January 12 by berryjon
Lands don't really matter, do they? In this issue of Pattern Recognition, berryjon
talks about some of the ways in which they do matter.
2017 January 05 by berryjon
Welcome back to 2017, and Pattern Recognition begins its next run with a unique cycle of creatures and how they helped define drafting and multicoloured decks!
Nath of the Gilt Leaf Primer With a Little Extra
Reflections on the past year and getting better as a player
2016 December 22 by squire1
's fearless magical inventory and new year's resolutions.
2016 December 11 by berryjon
So, when is a card's casting cost, not it's real casting cost? berryjon
takes a look at a cycle of cards that redefined what it means to play a card. And a few other cases.
2016 November 30 by Boza
What were the most important recent changes in the world of Pauper?
2016 November 24 by berryjon
When can you win without winning, or lose without losing? berryjon
looks at what goes into Alternate Win and Loss conditions in this issue.
2016 November 17 by berryjon
In this issue, berryjon
talks about one of the inhabitants of Oz. Lions and Tigers and ... what?
2016 November 10 by berryjon
What's on every creature, and you tend to ignore until it becomes the most important thing in the world? Find out when Berryjon talks about perhaps the most pervasive concept in Magic.
2016 November 03 by berryjon
In this issue, berryjon
finishes answering the question about Card Draw by breaking it down by colors and discussing the pros and cons of each.
2016 October 27 by berryjon
This week's issue of Pattern Recognition is the first half of a response to the first request - what exactly is Card Draw?
Join ABadMagicPlayer100 on another foray into Magic Duels to try out a deck built to abuse Ghirapur Orrery, then vote in the first ever Time to Duel strawpoll!
2016 October 20 by berryjon
There is a problem with a certain Planewalker, and it's not their fault. Pattern Recognition #5 takes a look at a larger issue and how one 'Walker is the perfect exemplar of it.
2016 October 13 by berryjon
This issue brings to the table a series of creatures that all do the same thing, from Fourth Edition to Kaladesh, and very often in between. Assuming they stick around long enough for you to see them.
2016 October 09 by berryjon
Pattern Recognition #3 - in this issue, berryjon talks about Combat Tricks that appears on creature cards, and why most of them have failed.