With the rash of spoilers from Oath of the Gatewatch, there are a lot of new cards to evaluate. Mike breaks down the competitive credentials of the mythics and predicts their early prices.
Ryan’s been really getting to know Izzet Delver. But what’s a tempo player to do when a wild Thrun appears? Ryan explore the options.
Andy walks us through one of his more powerful Commander decks, based on library manipulation and headed by Maelstrom Wanderer. If you’ve ever longed to go nuts with Call of the Wild or Proteus Staff, read on.
Magic 2012 is almost here! Anthony’s back with his acerbic wit for a spin down the lanes of the latest Core Set, dishing up a Cube review worth reading.
With CawBlade in its recent incarnations gone the metagame is seemingly wide open. Any number of archetypes can claim to be the new top dog, and the viability of many cards goes up without the fear of a Jace making them irrelevant or a turn three Batterskull attacking too quickly for them to come online. Until some tournament results come in to fill in the gaps any talk about the new metagame will be little more than an educated guess, but we can still know questions need to be answered.
This week, Usman continues his series of SWOT articles for each color in cube, examining the strengths, weaknesses and what each color brings to its archetype. This week’s SWOT analysis is on blue.
There was a time when this deck was flying under the radar (well, as much as arguably the strongest deck from last season can really do) and the best reason to bring in a card like Kiln Fiend or Frost Titan was that your opponent simply sideboarded out their removal for game 2! This would also put your hapless opponent in a difficult decision for game 3 […]