Monthly Archives: November 2018

Review: Artifact

Epistemic Status: Alpha tester Bottom Line: If you are willing to devote the time and attention to a deep strategic game, Artifact will reward you handsomely. I highly recommended those who like such experiences to make the time. If you … Continue reading

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Preschool: Much Less Than You Wanted To Know

Response to (Scott Alexander): Preschool: Much More Than You Wanted to Know Previously (Here): The Case Against Education, The Case Against Education: Foundations, The Case Against Education: Splitting the Education Premium Pie and Considering IQ I see Scott’s analysis of preschool as burying the … Continue reading

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Deck Guide: Burning Drakes

[Note to rationalists: This is a straight up strategy article on Magic: The Gathering that the website I write for did not have room for, so if you don’t play, skip this.] [Note to Magic websites: You have permission to … Continue reading

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Octopath Traveler: Spoiler-Free Review

Epistemic Status: Full Play Through, extensive experience with similar games Previous Spoiler-Free Review: Persona 5: Spoiler-Free Review Soon I hope to write Against Spoilers, which will detail how hard it is to actually provide useful information in a true spoiler-free way. … Continue reading

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Linkpost: Arena’s New Opening Hand Rule Has Huge Implications For How We Play the Game

This is a link-post for my latest Magic article, posted on Channel-Fireball: Arena’s New Opening Hand Rule Has Huge Implications For How We Play the Game. Posting here is a more reliable way to engage with me than commenting there, but … Continue reading

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