Wall St. and the Magic community were roiled on Monday by the downgrade of Hasbro’s stock. Today we break down what happened and weigh in with our perspectives.
This week Paul finds inspiration for improving his Magic game from his other hobby: cycling. What lessons from the sport of cycling can be brought to Magic?
Paul looks to multi-colored Limited formats of the past for guidance on navigating New Capenna draft. What lessons are there to learn from these formats?
Before Streets of New Capenna takes center stage, Paul looks back at some Kamigawa Neon Dynasty cards he wants to be sure to have in his collection.
Paul shares his excitement over the Organized Play announcement and some Streets of New Capenna spoilers that caught his eye.
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This week Paul is tinkering with Dimir Faeries in Pauper. Moon-Circuit Hacker is great in Limited, but is it playable in Constructed?
Paul looks at the history of Organized Play, from the first Pro Tour to the present. What’s changed in the last 25+ years, and what’s in store for the future?
Paul looks at this week’s Arena announcements and the changes coming to the platform. How are Wizards addressing player concerns over the Arena economy?
The Mystery Booster Playtest cards have already influenced constructed-legal Magic sets. What other of these cards/mechanics could we see in the future?
Did you see the Streets of New Capenna reveal? Paul goes over some of the details we know about the set and his predictions for what’s to come.
What are cycles? What do they teach us about Magic design? Paul looks at various kinds of cycles, how they shape the sets they’re in, and their impact on Magic.
This week Alta Fox Capital launched an activist investor campaign, nominating five candidates to Hasbro’s Board of Directors. What does all this mean for Magic?