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Fanfic Recs / Magic: The Gathering

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Magic: Expanded Multiverse

Honestly, doesn't get any better than a community devoted to a believable expanded universe, including several novels.

Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.

Fragments: An Alara Anthology by pretty much everyone on the flavour and storylines forum.

  • Recommended by Peryton.
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Several tales about each of the shards of Alara, before, during and after the Conflux.
  • Comments: Frankly one of the best fanfic anthologies out there, it expresses a variety of prose styles and narrative juices, adorned by a beautiful medieval-inspired page designs. This is a fanfic in the true meaning of the word, as each writer has absolute grasp in the source material, and work with it better than even the official novel.

Planar Chaos Dragons Of Tarkir

  • Recommended by Shimegi.
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: A fan Planeswalker's Guide to a Planar Chaos scenario, where Tarkir's dragon broods were enemy coloured and the clans dropped the ally colour instead of the enemy one.
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  • Comments: It has a few spelling mistakes, but it's rather creative and detailed, playing quite a bit with enemy colours in worldbuilding, each clan being well balanced while displaying rather subtle and nuanced philosophies. It manages to be quite chilling at times, following well on Maro's statement of a Tarkir worse off than before, while managing to not be too depressing.

The Broken Biomancer

  • Recommended by Prodigy Gaming YT
  • Status: Complete.
  • Synopsis: An origin story for the Simic Combine parun, who we know almost nothing about. The story tells the tale of a child abandoned for his birth defects, and sets out to fix the broken world.
  • Comments: Manages to give an in-depth backstory for the parun, as well as explains why we know nothing about him today. Slightly tear-jerking, and worth the short read.

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