Legends is one of the most represented sets in terms of real-world flavor. Today Francesco analyzes a large subset of those cards, all sharing a horror theme.
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?
Joe aka “Beardy” tackles the single most important question in Commander Rule 0 conversations, helping players set the stage for a positive gaming experience.
After a brief lull, Sig has focused his attention on a financially strong portion of the Old School market: Alpha and Beta.
The value of Revised is deeper than Dual Lands and Wheel of Fortune. This week Sig explores the depths of financial value within this underappreciated set.
Sig rounds out his study of Portal sets this week when he examines Portal: Three Kingdoms. This is one of the rarest, most interesting set in Magic’s History, and definitely merits exploration.
Magic finance has a time and place. But for Sig, the practice has effectively ruined the game. This week he reflects on how this happened and makes some resolutions on how he can try and recapture his childhood innocence when engaging with the game.
When you think of the “Four Horsemen” sets, cards from Arabian Nights, Legends, and Antiquities readily come to mind. But lately, Reserved List and other cards from The Dark have been on the rise. This week Sig highlights this recent trend.
David brings us a new series in Sifting Specs, where he showcases seemingly overlooked cards that never found a home.
Jeremy makes his QS debut, outlining three missteps many players make when increasing collection value is the goal.
David looks ahead to Modern Horizons spoiler season and examines cards that have been dodging reprint for a while.
For Sig, 2018 was the year of the buylist. He takes a look back at his orders from last year to discusses how he leverages the buylist to maintain liquidity.