This week, Sig returns to Collectors’ Edition cards, examining how these have responded to recent Reserved List buyouts. Specifically, he points out an interesting gap developing between market pricing and retailer pricing. The trend could make you a little profit.
It’s unavoidable: the Coronavirus is all over the news. Things can become quite dire, and Magic is far from important in the grand scheme of things. However, this is a Magic website–this week Sig explores the virus’s potential impact to MTG finance from both an optimist’s and a pessimist’s lens.
Tournament Magic will always have its place. But when it comes to game play hours, kitchen table Magic dwarfs the tournament scene. This explains why so many non-tournament legal cards are valuable. This week Sig explores some of the most desirable, which may make for good long-term investments.
Avacyn Restored offers many new tools for the enterprising Commander brewer. Carlos begins by matching up Tibalt, the Fiend-Blooded with an old favorite: Squee!
Rise of the Eldrazi is the Timmy dream set. It’s what you’d get if you built a set with the premise of “no rush till turn 7” and packed mana accelerants in everything. The set is based around the Eldrazi, giant and evil old legends that awaken on Zendikar. There’s a little bit of plot to this set, but mostly people remember weird drafts and a couple really big monsters.
It’s generally accepted that Red is the worst color in Commander, but what happens when you try to build a Red deck that plays like a Blue deck? Let’s find out!
In his final article, Jules is, once again, Going in Blind.
Time Spiral is a reward for being a veteran Magic player. It’s the badge you earn when you get Achievement Unlocked: Play Magic For A Decade. Time Spiral, like a Lars Von Trier film, is one for the critics.