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Magic: The Gathering Drive to Work Podcast

By Wizards of the Coast

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Magic: The Gathering Head Designer Mark Rosewater shares stories, insights, and more while driving to work. Listen in and learn more about Magic!

Customer Reviews

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He records on his drive to work, uncut, so however long it takes him to get to work is how long he talks. When he carpools, we get a guest (Matt Cavotta, so far). He talks about whatever strikes him about Magic. There're some slight echoes of content from his vast archives of Making Magic, but you do get to hear audio, stream-of-consciousness versions of those tales, and surely with a lot more new material than revisitations. MaRo of course speaks energetically and thoughtfully so you really feel like he's just talking away while you sit comfortably in the backseat. I would recommend better opening and closing taglines, but that is hardly a material issue. Basically, you get a ton of personal, insider insight to Magic, where any corner of Magic history, design, or otherwise (including MaRo's own life) is up for discussion should it strike our happy host. This podcast is an incredible listen for newcomers who want to step deeper into Magic's history and/or design world, and it's a refreshing new bonus take for veterans of Magic or Making Magic.

When work isn't work

Amazing wisdom in how he has approached his jobs. I manage a lumberyard and can honestly say hearing about his work has given me such insight into how I run a business. I have one of his problems/blessings. I am intuitive on things that need to be done but I can't always explain why until after the fact. Until these pod cast I couldn't even explain that to myself. I say Listen to these and you will be able to apply some wisdom to your world. Time to sell the LUMBER. :)

Great podcast

This is mostly for anyone who likes Magic design, it's not for people looking for deck building tips, Mark Rosewater isn't an expert in that department but when it comes to design or just being a Magic historian he is the absolute king.