Dominaria United is now fully spoiled, and one card in a cycle has David E.’s full attention. Vodalian Hexcatcher stands to completely change Modern Merfolk.
Chalice of the Void
David explores the implications of April’s metagame data, fleshing out the state of Cascade Crashers, the dangers of Amulet Titan, and the likelihood of bans.
David sees real potential in Tameshi, Reality Architect, and tries breaking the Wizard for Modern in a plethora of combo and value shells.
Andrew enlists his Judging expertise to outline a series of best practices for tournament preparation, covering everything from sleeves to lunches to alters.
It’s time for spooky season in the US, and for the monthly metagame update. Can anything challenge the boogeyman that is HammerTime?
It’s summer. There’s not much happening on the Magic front. And I’ve got summer things to do. So I’m giving in and doing a list article. At least the algorithm will be satisfied. And I still have my professional pride preventing me from doing it in a nonanalytical way. The Online Metagame An explainer/disclaimer before I […]
With the new set Time Spiral Remastered coming out later this month, how might it perform on the secondary market? Kai explores the info and makes predictions.
Time Spiral Remastered spoiler season is here and the Quiet Speculation team is hyped! Joe takes a look at the highlights from the set and talks about which Timeshifted cards he’s most excited for.
On February 15, 2021, Wizards banned a card near and dear to my heart: Simian Spirit Guide. The Asking-for-It Ape was featured prominently in my go-to Modern deck, Colorless Eldrazi Stompy, which must mutate dramatically if it is to keep pace in the format. With a week of testing under my belt, I’m ready to […]
Have you looked at the Zendikar Rising Expeditions lately? Joe did, and he thinks that there’s a great opportunity to speculate on some real estate.
Paper Magic is going to come back someday and people are going to start wanting paper copies of cards featured in competitive decks again. Joe takes a look at his top choices from Double Masters for players looking to pick up cheap, competitive reprints before paper tournaments begin again in earnest.
This week brought a ton of new information about Zendikar Rising and the roadmap of Magic up to 2021. David breaks down the highlights.
Despite being covered in the past, one of the most frequent questions in the QS Insider Discord is on how to exit ABUGames store credit. Sig is always evolving his strategy with ABUGames, and this week he provides specific updates on how he’s leveraging this buylist arbitrage.