Power to the People

How the Pokémon TCG Became More Popular by Becoming Worse

Bright Looks and Psychic Locks

An In-Depth Look at the 2010 DP-UL Format, Part I

6 and Up

The Overt Simplification of the Pokémon TCG

Turning Tides

A Longer Look at Primal Clash

Greener Pastures

On a Prodigious Return to Magic: The Gathering and What Pokémon Can Learn from the Industry’s Best
In times past, it worked together with a king of the people to save the Galar region. It absorbs metal that it then uses in battle. (Zamazenta)

Think of the Spectators!

On Making the Pokémon TCG More Watchable

Managing Resources and Expectations

On the Banning of Lysandre’s Trump Card

You’re a Mean One…

On Entitlement and Why Winning Should Never Be Made More Painful Than Losing

The Meta Awakens

A Hyperspace Jump Through Weeks 2 and 3 of the Fall Regionals Trilogy

A World of Wonder

Kenny Wisdom on the Community and What You Can Do About It
Most of its body has the same composition as coal. Fittingly, this Pokémon was first discovered in coal mines about 400 years ago. (Rolycoly)

A Changing of the Guard

Guardians Rising Preview and Cosmic Dream Team

All the Small Things

Three Ideas for Improving League Challenges

Here We Go Again

Fall Regionals Metagame Guide, My Top Two, and Standard Solutions

Perfecting the Paramount Events

How to Improve Nationals and Worlds

Mind If I Roll Need?

What PTCGO Can Learn from Hearthstone, Blizzard’s Latest Cash Cow
Sudden climate change wiped out this ancient kind of _______. This Pokémon absorbs others’ life-force through its branches. (Galarian Corsola)