While the quest for The One Ring may be over, Sig doesn’t believe that means a death knell is merited for Tales of Middle Earth collector boosters just yet.
Tales of Middle Earth is not Standard-legal, but its power level is low like that of a Core Set. With that in mind, how much should draft booster boxes cost?
Do you know the odds of opening the serialized 001/001 The One Ring? They’re quite long, so is the gamble itself why the ring tempts Sig so much?
Sig shares pet cards he uses to add a personal touch to Commander games. They don’t increase his win rate, but they make games with friends more entertaining.
Standard bannings are exciting for two reasons: an improved gameplay experience and a shakeup of the Standard market. Sig examines the latter this week.
This week, Sig looks at the rapidly proliferating Secret Lair cards that Wizards of the Coast has printed. You may be surprised by how many already exist!
This week Sig talks about gameplay improvements he’s made in March of the Machine Limited. What changes to his approach allowed him to start winning more?
This week Sig examines the impact of the new Standard rotation schedule on booster box prices. He is optimistic recent upward price trends may continue.
It appears serialized cards are here to stay, and every time Sig opens social media, he sees more of them. This week he explores the future of these novelties.
Sig remains a net seller, and this week he considers selling some cards at a loss. Selling at a loss isn’t always bad if the reasons for doing so are sound.
Magic is constantly reinventing itself—it’s Sig’s favorite characteristic of the game. This week he shares his beginner’s mindset in exploring new avenues.
Sig shares his naive investigation of the Magic original art market as someone with no experience, highlighting stumbling blocks as he learned about this area.
While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.