Mike Lanigan presents a swath of interesting and powerful decks in Tiny Leaders as an introduction to the format. You’ll have to be prepared to face these staple generals.
David Schumann covers the MTG Stock Watch, with an analysis of the biggest gainers and losers across several categories of cards.
Ryan dissects his thoughts on the Legacy cards currently being overplayed and underplayed in the post-Khans environment.
What more could Jason have to say about M15’s recently spoiled Ob Nixilis, Unshackled?
Jason follows up his discussion of Seance, shares some costumes of zealous Magic fans, and looks at results from the emerging RtR metagame.
Chad delivers a timely refresher on what’s about to happen with your Magic stock.
Jason Schousboe reacquaints himself with an old friend by taking Lands for a spin around the block, with the value-added Scapeshift and Valakut. See how he fared in this quixotic quest below.
Carlos has his Child of Alara deck back, this time covering some sample hands and gameplay! It’s Legacy-lite, Commander style, with everyone’s favorite nuclear infant!
What’s resilient to hate, eats multiplayer tables alive, and locks down the game on a dime? A five-color, Child of Alara led land deck of course!
Today we’ll begin a thorough dissection of Magic’s five colors, perfect for newcomers and a refreshing review for veterans. After exploring the Color Wheel, we’ll move onto the series’ first installment. You’ll find all the Green cards you can expect to see in Legacy alongside decklists galore.
No magic deck tries to play fair. Magic decks are made to not be fair. They want to gain an advantage any way possible and the methods often boil down to breaking a fundamental of the game, and this is the game plan for all Legacy decks. The catch being is that they must do it very well.