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Gavin Verhey was born on 29 March, 1990 in Seattle, Washington, United States, is a Senior Magic Designer. At 30 years old, Gavin Verhey height not available right now. We will update Gavin Verhey's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Senior Magic Designer
Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 29 March 1990
Birthday 29 March
Birthplace Seattle, Washington, United States
Nationality United States

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2017

In 2017, Gavin became part of the Product Architecture team, a small team inside Magic R&D that "touch[es] all aspects of the set or product, working with the designer, Brand, Packaging Design, and practically every other team inside Wizards to make sure every release is as fantastic as possible from every angle." He was the Product Architect for the Challenger Decks.

2012

In addition to designing Magic sets, since March 27, 2012 Verhey has written for Dailymtg.com as a weekly columnist. He first wrote the column ReConstructed, where he critiqued and improved readers' decks on a weekly basis from March 2012 until January 2016, and then began a new weekly column, Beyond the Basics, where he teaches advanced Magic strategy.

2010

In 2010, Verhey created an entirely new Magic format called "Overextended". After Magic R&D chose to adopt a similar format, Modern, for Pro Tour Philadelphia, the Magic R&D team noted that his work on Overextended was a factor in their decision and that they were "very happy to see the outpouring of support for [Verhey's] work and to have this data point of support for a nonrotating format." Later that year, Verhey was hired by Wizards of the Coast to work on Magic.

2009

Gavin Verhey was formerly a professional Magic: The Gathering player. He wrote strategy articles weekly for Starcitygames.com from February 20, 2009 through October 24, 2011 and also did commentary for SCGLive. He was a host of the Monday Night Magic podcast from episode #9 on June 7, 2006, through episode #281, on October 18, 2011.

1990

Gavin Verhey (born March 29, 1990) is a Senior Magic: The Gathering Designer at Wizards of the Coast. He has been a member of numerous Magic set Design and Development teams since joining in 2011, including Aether Revolt, Conspiracy, Conspiracy: Take the Crown,, Fate Reforged Gatecrash,, From the Vault: Angels, From the Vault: Annihilation, From the Vault: Twenty, Ixalan, Kaladesh, Modern Masters 2017, Oath of the Gatewatch, and Shadows Over Innistrad, in addition to being the lead designer of Archenemy: Nicol Bolas, Commander 2017 , and Battlebond. He also currently writes the weekly column Beyond the Basics on the official Magic website. Mark Rosewater considers him part of the fifth generation of Magic designers.