|Head editor(s)||Auroni Gupta, Matt Jackson, and John Lawrence|
|First mirror||October 15, 2011|
MAGNI was a regular-difficulty, non-packet-submission tournament written for use in October 2011.
The project was a 14-packet collaboration between UCSD (Auroni Gupta, Chris Chiego, Vicky Hwang, Rohan Mehta, Peicong Dong, Andrew Honda), Yale (Matt Jackson, John Lawrence, Kevin Koai) and Jerry Vinokurov. Named as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the lack of a successor to THUNDER II, MAGNI was written with the intention of being appropriate for teams at all levels and enforced a strict length limit of seven lines on all tossups. Though the set was largely well-received among the 104 teams that played it at ten sites, major critiques of the set included a reticence with pronouns that confused players, frequent grammatical errors, and hard bonus parts that were systematically very hard .
|Region||Host||Date||TD||Winner||Runner-up||Individual high scorer||Stats|
|Florida||Valencia||October 15, 2011||Billy Beyer||Florida||Chipola A||Dallin Kelson||Stats|
|Southeast||South Carolina||October 15, 2011||Eric Douglass||Georgia Tech||South Carolina A||Will Butler||Stats|
|Mid-Atlantic||George Mason||October 22, 2011||Ben Cole||Virginia A||Maryland A||Eric Mukherjee||Stats|
|Midwest||Ohio State||October 22, 2011||Andy Sekerak||Michigan A||Chicago A||Trevor Davis||Stats|
|North||Carleton College||October 22, 2011||Max Henkel||Minnesota A||Minnesota D||Andrew Hart||Stats|
|Canada||McMaster||October 29, 2011||Alexander Poon||McMaster||Case Western||Jordan Palmer||Stats|
|Lower Midwest||Missouri S&T||October 29, 2011||Alex Smith||Illinois A||WUSTL||Ike Jose||Stats|
|Lower South||Rice||October 29, 2011||Zach Yeung||Rice A||Seven Lakes||Henry Gorman||Stats|
|Northeast||Brown||October 29, 2011||Ian Eppler||Harvard A||Columbia A||Neil Gurram||Stats|
|West||UCSD||October 29, 2011||Auroni Gupta||UCI||UCSD||Dwight Wynne||Stats|