Monday, 5 January 2015

Table of Contents

A behind the scenes overview of the storyline
Complete list of storyline sources

The Oldest Stuff
The Alpha Rulebook and the Pocket Players' Guides
Pocket Player's Guide Timeline
The Duelist #1-2 and The Duelist Supplement #1 (Arabian Nights & Antiquities)
The Duelist #3-4 (Fallen Empires)
Another Look at The Duelist #1-3

Harper Prism novels
Whispering Woods
Shattered Chains
Final Sacrifice
The Cursed Land
The Prodigal Sorcerer
Ashes of the Sun
Song of Time
And Peace Shall Sleep
Dark Legacy
Distant Planes
Harper Prism Wrap-Up

Armada Comics (and related video games)
Arabian Nights #1-2
Fallen Angel #1
Dakkon Blackblade #1
The Dragon War
Elder Dragons #1-2
Antiquities War #1-4, Urza-Mishra War #1-2
Fallen Empires #1-2
Ice Age #1-4 part one, part two
Shandalar #1-2
Microprose's Magic: the Gathering
Alliances (unpublished comic)
Jedit Ojanen #1-2
Serra Angel #1
Homelands #1
Shadow Mage #1-4
Nightmare #1
Wayfarer #1-5
Magic the Gathering: Battlemage
Another Look at Battlemage
Armada continuity overview
Walker of Night (unpublished comic)
Prelude to War (unpublished comic)
Planeswalkers War (unpublished comic)

The Duelist and other pre-rev sources
The Duelist #5-6 (Ice Age)
The Duelist #7-10 (Homelands)
The Duelist #11-12 (Alliances)
The Duelist #13-14 (Mirage)
The Duelist #15-16 (Visions)
Mirage & Visions Online
Encyclopedia Dominia
Magic Calendars

The Weatherlight Saga
The Duelist #17-19 (Weatherlight)
The Duelist #20-22 (Tempest)
The Duelist #23-26 (Stronghold)
Sisay's Quest
The Duelist #27-30 (Exodus) & Rath block online
Gerrard's Quest
Rath and Storm
The Art of Magic the Gathering: the Rath Cycle
Born to Greatness
Rath Block wrap-up and continuity overview

The Official Guide to Portal Second Age

The Brothers' War
The Colors of Magic
The Duelist #31-34 (Urza's Saga)
A Time for Remembrance
Time Streams
The Duelist #35-38 (Urza's Legacy)
Scars of the Legacy
The Duelist #39-41 (Urza's Destiny)
Phyrexian Autopsy

The Gathering Dark
The Eternal Ice
The Shattered Alliance

Mercadian Masques promotional comic
Mercadian Masques
Nemesis promotional comic
Nemesis online
Prophecy promotional comic 
Barrin's Journal (aka Prophecy online)

The Thran
The Myths of Magic
Invasion promotional comic
Invasion cycle: the Review
Weatherlight Saga Overview

The Otaria Saga & Surrounding publications
The Dragons of Magic

Chainer's Torment
Odyssey block online
The Secrets of Magic
Onslaught block online
Otaria Saga Overview

Assassin's Blade
Emperor's Fist
Champion's Trial
The Monsters of Magic

Planeshopping Era
The Moons of Mirrodin
The Darksteel Eye
The Fifth Dawn
Mirrodin block online
Ur-Golem's Eye (and a whole bunch of other stuff)

Champions of Kamigawa Vignettes

Modern Stories
Dominarian Annotations, episodes 1 & 2
Dominarian Annotations, episodes 3 & 4
Dominarian Annotations, episodes 5 & 6
Dominarian Annotations, episodes 7 & 8
Dominarian Annotations, episodes 9, 10 & 11
Dominarian Annotations, episode 12 & review
Legends of Dominaria & Magic Story Podcasts
The Art of Magic the Gathering: Dominaria

Chronicle of Bolas
Core Set 2019 Player's Guide

Guilds of Ravnica & Ravnica Allegiance
Children of the Nameless
War of the Spark: Ravnica
War of the Spark: Ravnica - the online stories

The Brothers' War Annotations

Supplemental Articles
Skaff Elias on the creation of Antiquities
The Official MTG Timeline
Two prerevisionist maps
A Historian's Guide to Elder Dragons
Convocations #1
The Homelands Document
The Legends of Magic
The Forgotten Archive
The Lat-Nam Kerfuffle
Of Trolls and Chinese Whispers
InQuest Gamer #74
Artbooks Reconsidered
Magic the Gathering: Battlegrounds
Musings Magic Special
"The Mirage Document"... or not
The Circulair Continuity of Legends I, Legends II and Greensleeves
Stuff Ethan Told Me

1 comment:

  1. Hello! I noticed that you stated in your review of Duelist #5 that you were going to potentially go back and review the earlier issues if you got your hands on them. Is that still a possibility? I understand that the statement is from quite some time ago but I see the blog is still active, so I was hoping to hear that it is.

    I also really wanted to state how much I enjoyed reading through your summaries, discussions and ideas. This has been the only source I've read for these older works that doesn't feel like a game of telephone. I hope you understand how much of a treasure this project really is and while I understand how it may not be for everyone, there's a lot of MTG fans who should check it out. I will be recommending this to everyone who is even remotely interested in MTG Lore.