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The year 2005 was the thirteenth year of existence for Magic: The Gathering.

Events[edit | edit source]

Date Event
January 1 Walk out at MTGNews. Rise of MTG Salvation.
January 25 Launch of the third You Make the Card.
January 28-30 Pro Tour Nagoya, Japan. Won by Japan.png Shu Komuro.
February 4 Release of Betrayers of Kamigawa
March 11-13 Pro Tour Atlanta, won by team Nova (Canada.png Gabriel Tsang, Canada.png David Rood and France.png Gabriel Nassif).
May 6-8 Pro Tour Philadelphia. Won by United States.png Gadiel Szleifer.
May 17-20 Magic Invitational in Los Angeles, California, USA. Won by Malaysia.png Terry Soh.
  • Hosted by Magic Online on the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
June 3 Release of Saviors of Kamigawa.
June 6 Announcement of the creation of the Magic Pro Tour Hall of Fame.
July 8-10 Pro Tour London. Won by Belgium.png Geoffrey Siron.
July 29 Release of Ninth Edition.
October 7 Release of Ravnica: City of Guilds.
October 22 Starter 1999, Starter 2000, Portal, Portal Second Age and Portal Three Kingdoms become legal in Legacy and Vintage.
October 28-30 Pro Tour Los Angeles. Won by France.png Antoine Ruel.
November 30 - December 4 2005 Magic World Championships in Yokahama, Japan. Won by Japan.png Katsuhiro Mori.
  • Team champions: Japan.png Japan.
Player of the Year: Japan.png Kenji Tsumura
Rookie of the Year: France.png Pierre Canali
Hall of Fame inductees

Publications[edit | edit source]

First involved[edit | edit source]

Wizards of the Coast[edit | edit source]

R&D[edit | edit source]

Artists[edit | edit source]

Betrayers of Kamigawa

Saviors of Kamigawa

9th Edition

Ravnica: City of Guilds

Promotional Content