2017 June 15 by berryjonIn this reprint of a lost issue of Pattern Recognition, berryjon talks about the best multi-coloured card cycle in the game. At least, in his opinion.
2017 June 08 by berryjonNo, you're not seeing this article again for the first time. Nor is it an article you're never going to see again. berryjon looks at one of the great mistakes of Magic, and some of the fallout from it.
2017 June 01 by berryjonberryjon says there ain't no Hulk here! Just an explanation about how the game design of Magic has stayed stable for years and years and years.
2017 May 25 by berryjonberryjon keeps coming back for more and more and more in this installment of Pattern Recognition. Just what can keep a good creature down anyway?
2017 May 18 by berryjonGo big or go home with this week's issue of Pattern Recognition. And even if you do go home, there might be nothing left by the time you get there.
2017 May 11 by berryjonIn Response to a certain Banning, berryjon will sit and spin in circles until he gets what he wants.
2017 May 04 by berryjonIn this issue of Pattern Recognition, berryjon looks at one of the weak points in Magic's design - and the brilliant workaround that Wizards created to make the concept workable again.
2017 April 27 by berryjonIn this issue of Pattern Recognition, berryjon attempts to prove that a whole class of cards don't exist! Success not guaranteed.
2017 April 20 by berryjonA little bit of this or a little bit of that means that cards can be made easier to play. In this issue of Pattern Recognition, berryjon discusses the history of Hybrid Mana.
2017 April 13 by berryjonSneaky-sneaky goes the mechanic. Right into the dustpile of history. berryjon looks at Ninjitsu in this issue!
2017 April 06 by berryjonWhat goes up, must come down. Join berryjon as he goes down into the dark depths of Magic's history to show why we play the game the way we do.
2017 March 23 by berryjon
You know whom I despise more than anyone else? A certain character who has mediocre cards, and could be forgotten about tomorrow and the story would go on without?
Yeah. I thought so too.