Hey everyone, and welcome to another edition of Whinston’s Whisdom on Quietspeculation.com. Today, I’m going to look ahead to the States and Champs tournaments on September 9th, and what cards you should be looking for. Also, we have the first installment of Pack to Power. No trades yet, but I’ll list out the pack and […]
Everyone knows “that guy.” You avoid him, but he’s always at your FNM trading with the new players and trying to take them for all they’re worth, quoting imaginary card prices or just otherwise being generally annoying. No one wants to trade with that guy. In an attempt to help you avoid ever resembling that […]
I know the last few weeks I haven’t had many trades for you guys, so last week I set out to remedy that. My plan was to hit up a Friday Night Magic with higher stakes than most. A store on the other side of town where I don’t go often was having a special […]
We’re back with another installment of Whinston’s Whisdom. From now on, I want to start taking this column in a different direction. Now that Russel Tassicker is no longer writing, I decided to take over his MTGO-centric column. In today’s article, I’m going to kick things off by covering the basics of MTGO trading, as […]
Hi everyone, and welcome to Whinston’s Whisdom. I hope you all enjoyed my last article on Quiet Speculation, and I’m glad to be back writing again. While last week’s prediction about Aluren becoming the runaway success story of Columbus wasn’t on the mark, it still put up a solid showing, so I wouldn’t be selling […]
Quick quiz – Name the three most expensive cards from the following list: Lavaclaw Reaches Sensei’s Divining Top Spell Snare Malakir Bloodwitch Aether Vial Sunpetal Grove Mistbind Clique Celestial Purge Destructive Force Siege-Gang Commander All right, finished? An astute trader would immediately recognize that the three most valuable cards on the list are Sensei’s Divining […]
Kelly answers reader questions and muses about the end of the Summer PTQ season.
We’re almost done! After the 5 colors of rares, a whole article on the mythic rares, and almost a week straight of reviewing the 2011 Core Set, we finally conclude the review series with a discussion of artifacts and some choice uncommons. Considering Scars of Mirrodin is on the horizon, the artifacts are sure to cause a lot of buzz!
Burn, baby, burn! It’s time to check out how red did in the rares department with M11. The color of fire, passion, and Tom LaPille’s hair got an interesting take on an old concept, a giant dragon to please the Timmys of the world, and a re-imagining of a former archetype-definer.