Denis Stranjak

Author's details

Name: Denis Stranjak
Date registered: September 1, 2015
URL: http://www.youtube.com/windmillslammtg

Biography

Denis is a 20-something college student who co-hosts weekly drafts over at Windmill Slam on YouTube.

Latest posts

  1. Changing Tides — April 25, 2016
  2. Fighting Back Against Persecution in Magic — April 20, 2016
  3. How Magic Almost Ruined My Life — December 15, 2015
  4. A Magic: The Gathering Gameshow — September 25, 2015
  5. Teaching People to Play Magic — September 18, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. How Magic Almost Ruined My Life — 5 comments
  2. Fighting Back Against Persecution in Magic — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Changing Tides

This piece was written by a guest writer, Jeremy Aaranson. Hey Guys! Due to school and work, I wasn’t able to write this article until a week after the GP ended. Hopefully, this still contains some financially relevant information. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments, or let me know on twitter @xemitsellsmagic …

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Fighting Back Against Persecution in Magic

This is a guest post from Mark Nestico Jr. and was not written by Denis Stranjak. While the subject of this article is a little different than the usual fare you’ll find on Brainstorm Brewery, we believe this is a subject that is vitally important to the Magic community at-large, and we want to thank Mark …

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How Magic Almost Ruined My Life

Magic: The Gathering does a lot of good things for a lot of good people; it gives them an avenue to socialize, a hobby to be passionate about and a game to love and enjoy. In local game stores all around the world, long-standing friendships and relationships, deep cutting rivalries and meaningful senses of belonging …

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A Magic: The Gathering Gameshow

Some of you may know that I run a YouTube channel called Windmill Slam where I do silly drafts every week with a friend. One day I thought it would be fun to attempt to make up flavor text for cards and see if my buddy could distinguish between real flavor text and the false ones that I …

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Teaching People to Play Magic

I believe that Magic is a great game, and if you’re reading this there is a good chance that you agree with me. It’s normal human nature to want to share things that we enjoy with our friends, but introducing Magic to people not familiar with a similar game can be a daunting task. If …

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