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Holiday card contest: Announcing our winner

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The first day of 2014 has been kind to MTGSalvation's own Shian "AsianInvasion" Yu - not only did his Michigan State Spartans win a hard-fought Rose Bowl, but he has prevailed in the Newark Magic Examiner Holiday Card Contest by one vote. Congrats, Shian, your boosters are on the way!

Shian's winning card was Invite the In-Laws, probably the most innovative card in the poll - and one of the funniest, with its implication that even eldritch abominations like the Eldrazi hate dealing with their extended families over the Solstice:

Invite the In-Laws WB

Sorcery (Rare)

Target player from outside the game joins the game. For the rest of the game, if that player would draw one or more cards, instead that player draws those cards from any combination of libraries.

The only entities both the Phyrexians and the Eldrazi fear.

Thank you to all the voters and participants, and here's to another big year for Magic. Hold on to your pants, too, because Born of the Gods spoilers aren't far off!

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