I’m hanging out with Marshall Sutcliffe, creator and host of Magic’s most popular podcast Limited Resources. Marshall is also the play-by-play commentator and host of premier Magic: The Gathering tournaments such as the Grand Prix, Pro Tour and the Magic World Championships.
Marshall talks about his thoughts on the game and what he hopes to create in the future. Also! I brought a few packs for Marshall to crack open in true Limited Resources style. This is a fantastic episode, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Marshall Sutcliffe.
To the content creators out there, remember what Marshall said, if you have an idea and you want to make something for the community, now is a great timing with the boom of Magic: The Gathering.
You may find Marshall online at LRcast.com, on twitter @Marshall_LR.
Limited Resources is also on YouTube, and, be on the lookout for Marshall’s new video content he’s working on. I’m excited for it to be released in the near future!
This episode of Kitchen Table Magic is brought to you by Paragon City Games.
And courtesy of Paragon City Games, we’re doing another giveaway.
We’re giving away an entire box of Modern Masters 2017!
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One lucky winner will receive a box of Modern Masters 2017.
Marshall talked about the importance of being compassionate to each other in the community so that people will feel included to come out and play Magic. Paragon City Games works really hard to create that great kind of environment.
That’s why they have stellar reviews and a rapidly growing fan base.
I’m grateful that Paragon City Games has decided to stand tall as a leader in their community.
If you’re in Draper Utah, check them out. They have a beautiful retail space and amazing wooden deck boxes and Die Hard Metal dice.
And speaking of those wooden deck boxes, I’m going to have to show them to you in a video soon.
Many thanks to Paragon City Games for giving me the opportunity to do a giveaway.
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And be sure to check out their weekly stream at Twitch.tv/ParagonCityGames.
They are working hard to bring you Legacy and Modern action every week.
Is everyone enjoying Season 2 so far? I’m really excited for all the amazingness that’s to come!
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I have in front of my 8 signed cards by Marshall from our crack a pack, that Marshall would have drafted.
All Sun’s Dawn, Faerie Mechanist, a foil Rusted Relic, Reassembling Skeleton, Sign in Blood, Celestial Purge, Mana Leak, and a foil Dred Drone.
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It’s produced by Vorthos Mike, Josh Krause of Original Magic Art, Rico Evangelho of Cardamajigs (@cardamajigs), and Brian Walters (@propsofprophecy).
They plan to put on a full Magic: The Gathering art exhibit featuring original paintings, sculptures, drawings, concept art, and more at GP Vegas.
It’s going to feature the planes of Zendikar, Innistrad, Mirrodin, and Amonkhet.
This is also the first event of what we hope to become a mainstay at Grand Prixs moving forward.
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