Fallen Empires has always been neglected due to its large print run and lack of power. But is the set really so irrelevant? This week Sig takes a closer look and shares his appreciation for this classic.
Corbin Hosler looks at five specs he considers strong contenders right now, as we head into the Modern Pro Tour and the deployment of Fate Reforged on the big stage.
New buyouts are taking place, which can mean speculation is back in action. But Wizards’ changes to the Pro Tour structure could bode poorly for Modern. Sigmund reconciles the two in this week’s article.
Jason Alt changes it up today, and covers financial winners and losers from the week. Each of these cards that dropped or spiked has something to teach us about the market overall.
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.
Betrayers of Kamigawa is fortunate for us in some ways because there are very few cards that are actually worth memorizing. This set and its follow-on were nearly complete duds for tournament Magic; they left few memorable cards after Standard was over. In this article, we will discover the diamonds in the rough and pull the money cards from Betrayers!
Ryan’s back, delivering the other half of his M12 review! If you’re picking up your product this weekend, and going digging for Commander goodies, let Ryan help point you exactly where you want to be!
Gameplan and gamestate are two sides to the same coin. Neale breaks down all the best options among flexible spells, pulling a chaotic gamestate towards a clear gameplan! Find out how inside!
There are four rules for building Commander decks. Neale takes us through them with an interesting application in a narrow field!
Why is the buzz, feel, and value around Premium Deck Series: Fire & Lightning so different from last year’s Slivers release? Jay Kirkman breaks down parasitism and the future of this awesome product series!