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  • QS Founder Doug Linn looks at what went on "Behind the Wall" this week, highlighting some phenomenal Vintage Masters coverage that Insiders got to consume.  Don't get stuck on the wrong side of the Wall, wild-ling!

    This Week On Insider: June 16 – 22

    QS Founder Doug Linn looks at what went on "Behind the Wall" this week, highlighting some phenomenal Vintage Masters coverage that Insiders got to consume. Don't get stuck on the wrong side of the Wall, wild-ling!
  • QS's founder and editor-in-chief reviews everything that happened on Insider this week, including summaries of every article and his Pick of the Week.  A great way to get caught up if you're an Insider, and a great way to see what you're missing if you're not!

    This Week on Insider: 6/15/2014

    QS's founder and editor-in-chief reviews everything that happened on Insider this week, including summaries of every article and his Pick of the Week. A great way to get caught up if you're an Insider, and a great way to see what you're missing if you're not!
  • Matthew Lewis reviews all the mythic rares from <em>Born of the Gods</em> and rates them for speculative potential based on current prices.

    Unlocked Insider: Finding Value in Born of the Gods

    Matthew Lewis reviews all the mythic rares from Born of the Gods and rates them for speculative potential based on current prices.
  • We got a lot of big news from ComicCon in San Diego yesterday. Commander Planeswalkers. Wedge colors in Khans of Tarkir with new names. An innovative new Draft structure. Some spoilers on <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/sell-fetches-while-you-can/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Sell Fetches While You Can?

    We got a lot of big news from ComicCon in San Diego yesterday. Commander Planeswalkers. Wedge colors in Khans of Tarkir with new names. An innovative new Draft structure. Some spoilers on more »
  • Scott Fielder recently took Storm out for a spin in a local Vintage tournament. He breaks down each match and highlights several interesting decision points.

    Vintage Tournament Report: Storm

    Scott Fielder recently took Storm out for a spin in a local Vintage tournament. He breaks down each match and highlights several interesting decision points.
  • I backed the game Star Realms on Kickstarter. You know this. I said I was going to do it. I suggested you all do it and most of you said <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/secondary-markets/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Secondary Markets

    I backed the game Star Realms on Kickstarter. You know this. I said I was going to do it. I suggested you all do it and most of you said more »
  • Jason wrote a few days ago about how awesome of an alterist Eric Klug is (it’s true). He did the latest token for Brainstorm Brewery and it looks incredible. See <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/time-lapse-altering/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Time-Lapse Altering

    Jason wrote a few days ago about how awesome of an alterist Eric Klug is (it’s true). He did the latest token for Brainstorm Brewery and it looks incredible. See more »
  • Take a look at the saltiest loser on MTGO this week, courtesy of Graham Stark of Loading Ready Run.

    The Saltiest Loser on MTGO This Week

    Take a look at the saltiest loser on MTGO this week, courtesy of Graham Stark of Loading Ready Run.
  • Join Danny Brown for the final part of his Zero to Draft series, where he draws lessons from the year-long project and puts the financial implications of drafting into perspective.

    Zero to Draft: The Conclusion, Part Two

    Join Danny Brown for the final part of his Zero to Draft series, where he draws lessons from the year-long project and puts the financial implications of drafting into perspective.
  • Magic is full of jokes. Whether it’s Mark Rosewater sneaking a card called Squee’s Toy into Tempest, the Holiday gift cards like Yule Ooze or it’s there mere existence of <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/bear-necessities/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Bear Necessities

    Magic is full of jokes. Whether it’s Mark Rosewater sneaking a card called Squee’s Toy into Tempest, the Holiday gift cards like Yule Ooze or it’s there mere existence of more »
  • Danny gives his take on the benefits and drawbacks of bringing your own pre-sleeved basic lands to your next Limited event.

    Packing Basics for Limited

    Danny gives his take on the benefits and drawbacks of bringing your own pre-sleeved basic lands to your next Limited event.
  • There’s an old belief that going “rogue” at tournaments – that is to say, playing an unknown and possibly not-as-powerful deck – can give you a better chance to win. <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/going-rogue-and-winning/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Going Rogue – And Winning

    There’s an old belief that going “rogue” at tournaments – that is to say, playing an unknown and possibly not-as-powerful deck – can give you a better chance to win. more »
  • EDH is more popular than anyone at Wizards of the Coast could ever have anticipated. Sets were not designed with EDH in mind until very recently. This was fine in <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/legen-wait-for-it/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Legen… Wait For It

    EDH is more popular than anyone at Wizards of the Coast could ever have anticipated. Sets were not designed with EDH in mind until very recently. This was fine in more »
  • Looking to gain the upper hand in your M15 Limited matchups? Danny goes over the instant-speed spells with convoke that may just be waiting to blow you out.

    M15 Limited Focus: Instants with Convoke

    Looking to gain the upper hand in your M15 Limited matchups? Danny goes over the instant-speed spells with convoke that may just be waiting to blow you out.
  • Two key digital products associated with Magic: The Gathering—namely, Magic Online and DailyMTG.com—recently underwent major overhauls. And really, “major” may be an understatement here. For better or worse, things have been turned completely upside down.

    Major Overhauls to Digital MTG Products

    Two key digital products associated with Magic: The Gathering—namely, Magic Online and DailyMTG.com—recently underwent major overhauls. And really, “major” may be an understatement here. For better or worse, things have been turned completely upside down.
  • I’m heading to my first big tournament in more than a year, a SCG Open in Dallas next week. I’m really excited about it, and also a bit nostalgic from <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/giving-back-free-box-of-magic-2015-giveaway/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Giving Back (Free Box of Magic 2015 Giveaway)

    I’m heading to my first big tournament in more than a year, a SCG Open in Dallas next week. I’m really excited about it, and also a bit nostalgic from more »
  • Back when the free side of QS was home to something that eventually became affectionately known as my “Alticle”, I tried to spotlight Eric Klug’s latest exploits. He’s far from <a href="http://www.quietspeculation.com/2014/07/klugpreciation/#more-'" class="more-link">more »</a>

    Klugpreciation

    Back when the free side of QS was home to something that eventually became affectionately known as my “Alticle”, I tried to spotlight Eric Klug’s latest exploits. He’s far from more »