Monthly Archive: March, 2014

I’m Not Dead Yet

  Just a quick update to let you know what I’ve been up  to lately. I’ve had an absolutely insane last few weeks of work, writing tons of reports, working from morning to… Continue reading

The Japan Metagame Diaries: Blockhead

Life’s been busy here in Nagoya. Working full time, traveling on the weekends . . . I haven’t really had the chance to keep up with my training for the Pro Tour in… Continue reading

The Japan Hobbyist presents: G(reat)P(arty) Nagoya

It’s official, we are now in countdown mode for GP Nagoya. In less than a month, hundreds (if not thousands) of players will be descending on Fukiage Hall. The last limited Grand Prix,… Continue reading

Modern Times: Combo Breaker

I was a kid of the arcades. When I was in elementary and middle school, on the weekends you would usually find me popping quarters into machines for hours on end (heck, I… Continue reading

(Guest Article) Bang for your Buck: Born of the Gods – Legacy, EDH, and Modern

For the first time on The Japan Hobbyist, we have a guest writer that has shown interest in breaking down the eternal formats in Magic the Gathering (Modern, Legacy, and EDH), and has… Continue reading

Born of the Gods Game Day: Bruised Black and Blue

It’s been a busy week here in Nagoya. After Pro Tour Born of the Gods, many players made a dash to the stores to buy some modern staples before they shot up in… Continue reading