Some Strictly Average News

You may have noticed some folks sharing links to content on our website.

The Strictly Average Patreon has been running a contest, sharing articles on social media outlets; suffice to say the contest was quite a success. We have had a tremendous traffic boost, all thanks to the wonderful people of our Patreon.

This being the final day of the contest, I want to take a moment to talk about Strictly Average: who we are, and what we do. This site started as a self-deprecating joke by our founder, Jeremy; however, it has gained some pretty surprising traction as the content on this site has grown. We’ve had a few growing pains here or there, but we are slowly arriving at a much better place in terms of content base. It has been awesome to see it grow.


The idea behind this site is to provide great content, not just for Magic but for gaming in general. To that end we also have a Patreon that allows like-minded individuals to work together, trade, and chat amongst themselves (via our Patreon Discord server). Our goal is very simple: to spread a message of positivity and awesomeness in all our interactions.

If you’re reading this, I want to take a moment to thank you. We are very grateful for our wonderful authors who devote their time and efforts providing awesome content. We are also extremely grateful that you give us your time as you read through our content.

If you find yourself interested in joining our cause, please be sure to check out the Patreon link on the sidebar. Doing so gains you access to our Patreon Discord, where you can interact with others who support the cause as well.

In addition, if you think you would like writing for us, we are always seeking out new authors. This is a fantastic way to break into writing about Magic, or gaming writing in general. If you believe you might be interested in this, please check out this form to apply!

To wrap things up, thank you again for taking the time to check out our site. I hope that we can continue to make things a little Strictly Average in the future.

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