This week David S. looks at the values of the current Standard sets. Do any have sealed product worth picking up, or is cracking packs a losing proposition?
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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.
Joe aka “Beardy” looks back at 2022, and talks about where Commander and Magic are heading in 2023. Will Magic even be recognizable given the way it’s going?
As the year comes to a close, Adam lists his top 10 Pioneer cards from 2022 and their impact on the metagame. We’ve certainly gotten some heavy hitters!
All 2022 Magic sets have officially been released. To celebrate, Adam is looking back at the top 10 cards released in this year that have made waves in Modern.
Adam takes a step back to go over how he prepares for a tournament, what decisions go into his deck choices, and the ways to tweak a deck for a winning result.
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.
Last weekend Sig opened 3 rares in the same booster pack. Since when were rares so… common?
With Lurrus gone, Grixis slipping, and permission everywhere, is it really time to play combo? David thinks so, highlighting a Storm win and reassuring Belcher.
David’s got plenty of data for this year’s February metagame update. Spoiler: Hammer and Shadow reign supreme!
How do prices from Magic’s newest set compare and contrast to Champions of Kamigawa back in late 2004? Sig taps into InQuest Magazine to investigate!
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.
New set, new great expectations. David bursts the bubble by explaining why the latest incoming BROKEN SET isn’t necessarily all it seems, channelands included!