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This card certainly is a schemer – I just don’t think those schemes are very good. At first glance I was optimistic about this card, but held reservation about how good energy would have to be in order to reliably use this demon’s ability. Well, I’m confidant about energy...

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It is still unclear just how good energy is as a mechanic for constructed play, though some energy cards are easier to evaluate than others. Lathnu Hellion, for example, offers something pretty similar to cards that we’ve seen before assuming that your deck has no other way to produce...

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Adam identifies that the cards that are on the move with the impending release of Kaladesh.

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Join Sylvain for another week of high-stakes bankroll management on MTGO. He goes over the latest buys and sells and provides the reasoning behind them.

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What to pick up on Magic Online this week with the impending coming of Kaladesh? Nicolas has you covered!

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Mike Lanigan breaks down the entire Top 10 from Kaladesh!

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What commons and uncommon should you be on the lookout for from Kaladesh? DJ has you covered!

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I expect a lot of players to brush this card off. That is, until an opponent of theirs uses it to break open a ground stall and loot away some extra lands while they’re at it. I believe that this card is deceptively good, and I predict that it...

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Podcast: Download (Duration: 43:11 — 39.5MB) Subscribe: iTunes | RSS After a long hiatus the QS Cast has returned with a new panel of hosts: Chaz Volpe, Corbin Hosler, and Tarkan Dospil continue on with where the cast left off and in this episode they discuss the following: Joined...

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Niels offers another glimpse into the casual mind with direct examples of card evaluation. He applies the criteria outlined in his last article to several cards from Eternal Masters.

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Adam identifies that the cards that are on the move with the impending release of Kaladesh.

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What to pick up on Magic Online this week with the impending coming of Kaladesh? Nicolas has you covered!

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Mike Lanigan breaks down the entire Top 10 from Kaladesh!

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What commons and uncommon should you be on the lookout for from Kaladesh? DJ has you covered!

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Podcast: Download (Duration: 43:11 — 39.5MB) Subscribe: iTunes | RSS After a long hiatus the QS Cast has returned with a new panel of hosts: Chaz Volpe, Corbin Hosler, and Tarkan Dospil continue on with where the cast left off and in this episode they discuss the following: Joined...

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Niels offers another glimpse into the casual mind with direct examples of card evaluation. He applies the criteria outlined in his last article to several cards from Eternal Masters.

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Matthew Lewis presents the MTGO Market Report for this week, evaluating important events in the online market and highlighting a "trade of the week."

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Masterpieces are on everyone's mind and Brian is no exception. He breaks down what their permanent inclusion in boosters will mean for MTG finance.

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To get an idea of how Masterpieces will affect pricing, David looks back to the first version of the new ultra-rarity: Zendikar Expeditions.

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Join Sylvain for another week of high-stakes bankroll management on MTGO. He goes over the latest buys and sells and provides the reasoning behind them.

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This card certainly is a schemer – I just don’t think those schemes are very good. At first glance I was optimistic about this card, but held reservation about how good energy would have to be in order to reliably use this demon’s ability. Well, I’m confidant about energy...

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It is still unclear just how good energy is as a mechanic for constructed play, though some energy cards are easier to evaluate than others. Lathnu Hellion, for example, offers something pretty similar to cards that we’ve seen before assuming that your deck has no other way to produce...

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Join Sylvain for another week of high-stakes bankroll management on MTGO. He goes over the latest buys and sells and provides the reasoning behind them.

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I expect a lot of players to brush this card off. That is, until an opponent of theirs uses it to break open a ground stall and loot away some extra lands while they’re at it. I believe that this card is deceptively good, and I predict that it...

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My initial reaction to Pia Nalaar was lukewarm at best, though she’s really growing on me. Three power for three mana across two bodies is about right for a red card, even if being legendary isn’t ideal. What I really underappreciated at first was the fact that Pia makes...

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I didn’t talk about this card when it was first revealed because you would just get the usual “if this new mechanic is good, then this card is good” spiel. I was also slightly turned off by the card being legendary, but that’s a whole different issue. Now that...

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Scrapheap Scrounger is actually a strong candidate for the most playable card in the set from a multi-format perspective. An aggressively costed body with built-in recursion is nothing to scoff at in Standard, and the rate is good enough that the Modern applications are worth considering. I mentioned Scrounger...

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If you want to have the text “destroy all creatures” on a Standard legal card, odds are you’ll be paying at least five mana for it for the foreseeable future. Planar Outburst will still be in Standard post-rotation, but I believe that Fumigate will be the stronger card in...

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Join Sylvain for another week of high-stakes bankroll management on MTGO. He goes over the latest buys and sells and provides the reasoning behind them.

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One mana 2/1s were very important pre-rotation. One mana 3/2s are just better, and a one mana 3/2 with first strike just sounds busted. I don’t know how easy it is to get “metalcraft” just yet, but getting your first artifact into play is easy enough with Thraben Inspector....

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