The full Commander 2015 visual spoiler is up! Check out the new goodies and move off the reprints!
The approaching Holiday Cube is set to inject Urza’s and Masques block boosters into the MTGO market. Matthew Lewis discusses the resulting financial opportunities.
Andy builds on an old theme in Commander, the token deck. He takes the classic strategy in some new directions, putting Trostani at the helm.
Andy Martin dissects another of his synergistic Commander decks. See how Lyzolda can sacrifice fodder to benefit you.
Gervaise addresses a variety of topics on trading and speculation, including his stance on Return to Ravnica preorders and some notable trades.
Andy Martin, a long-time Magic player and Commander aficionado, outlines his philosophy about deck-building Commander. If you’ve been seeking a remedy for boring, repetitive Commander decks, read on.
Carlos develops another Second Sunrise deck, this time with Vish Kal at the helm. Find out how profitable sacrificing your own creatures can be.
Carlos finally shares his all-time favorite Commander deck: Kemba, Kha Regent. Read on to see how this idiosyncratic and time-tested deck functions.
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!
I love doing my financial recaps of older sets where I mine the expensive cards, but going back further is a little harder in two ways. First, there are just so few good cards in older sets. Second, the good ones don’t often turn over, so it’s hard to establish prices. Luckily, Mirage Block was the first “modern” block and it brought in some great spells that wizards still sling today. Let’s take a walk through time as we re-acquaint ourselves with the block. Below is a list of some of the choice picks from the block; I left out the cards worth under two dollars, leaving only the prime cards on the list. There are some cards in here that I guarantee will surprise you.
Carlos continues the theme of expanding on other people’s Commander decks, this time bringing us some flashback action with Dralnu, Lich Lord.
As a rule Carlos isn’t a fan of countermagic, but this weeks he goes off the deep end with a deck that tries to counter all the spells! Check out Ertai, the Corrupted and his horde of Merfolk minions!
This week Carlos Gutierrez takes a turn toward the macabre. Dead creatures are everywhere, and Kresh and Company are right in the middle of the Morbid mess!