Sig is a fan of nostalgic Magic, so it’s no wonder recent rumblings about PreDH, Commander before 2011, have caught his eye. This week Sig explores this concept.
Sig continues comparing Magic finance with running, focusing on the training aspects of the two pursuits. Once again, there is more overlap than you’d expect!
David S. shares his rekindled love of cubing, or drafting a custom format, which has brought together his playgroup in Limited bliss.
Sig has seen the set-themed Commander decks at his local Meijer and Target for a while now, but he never really investigated them. Then he received one for his birthday, and it triggered some research on these inexpensive entries into the format.
As Standard’s metagame evolved post-rotation, a host of new commons and uncommons are seeing significantly more play. This week Sig examines these cards and identifies top bulk picks for a future buylist.
In a followup to last week, UndyingMTG examines another handful of cards flying under the radar in Pioneer.
Core Set 2021 offers a variety of attractive pick-ups for both Commander and Standard speculation (should paper Magic events restart). This week Sig highlights a few of his favorites, inspired by others in the Twitter community.
UndyingMTG returns with a look at four cards in Pioneer that you need to consider picking up!
In the next part of his Budget Focused series, UndyingMTG examines Planeswalkers Domri Rade’s current price, why it has the potential to go up, and what formats it will succeed in.
Sig’s “sell” call last week on Ophiomancer was premature. This wasn’t his first error in MTG finance nor will it be his last. This week, Sig recalls some of his previous mistakes and extracts valuable lessons from each one.
Eddie has decided to take a break from writing, but not before leaving us with one more article. Today he discusses Mythic Championship Cleveland and the London mulligan rule.
Chris makes the case for Eldritch Moon as an investment target. There’s a lot of great cards in this small set.