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Here at Poromagia, we have created gaming content by gamers, for gamers on our blog, in our podcasts, and for our YouTube channel!

Loitsijan polku 

Loitsijan polku

“Loitsijan polku” ("The Planeswalker's Path") is a series of MTG guides starting with the basics and progressing through innovative deckbuilding techniques and complex play strategies. New posts are published weekly on Fridays on our Poromagia blog and kept up indefinitely, so you can begin the magical journey into the wonderful world of Magic whenever is best for you! Only available in Finnish.

Poroskooppi

Poroskooppi

The "Poroskooppi" ("Poroscope") podcast is Poromagia's weekly roundup of events in competitive MTG. Released every Monday, our studio hosts Markus Lehtinen and Eetu Perttula take you through the hottest topics and most dramatic upsets from the Magic Tournament events of the weekend, and offer their forecasts and predictions for the events of the coming week(s). Only available in Finnish.

Pelin henki

Pelin Henki

"Pelin henki" ("In the Spirit of the Game") is our board gaming blog from the perspective of the most vital component of all: the players! Written by Aku Suomalainen, an avid hobby gamer based in Turku, this blog is tailor-made for people who consider which games they want to choose carefully, poring over PDFs of rule books numerous user reviews before choosing which titles to add to your collection! Aku will do the legwork so you don’t have to, explaining why each game we profile is a good one for your collection and going into the nitty gritty of why it’s a great game, instead of merely hashing apart the rules! Only available in Finnish.

Poromagia's YouTube Channel

Poromagia YouTube kanava

Since our inception, we’ve produced videos on a variety of topics here at Poromagia. Anything from player interviews, to analyzing new sets and mind-blowing decklists, to tournament trip and game reviews has been, well… fair game! Head on over to Poromagia’s YouTube channel to check ‘em out! Most of the content is in Finnish.

Onwards to the blogs!