Shadows over Innistrad has huge tribal potential in Modern. Sheridan breaks down the biggest tribal hits (and misses) from the set so far.
The week Jason delves into how tribal cards find their homes, both in casual and competitive formats.
The new Legacy Cube update is straight-up insulting to hardcore fans of the format.
Danny launches into a full assessment of the current state of his trade binder, analyzing the directions he sees many cards going in the coming weeks and months.
Corbin discusses potential speculation targets that are appealing in light of recent spoilers from Dragon’s Maze.
Corbin discusses a recent surge casual prices and looks at several cards from newer sets that may experience similar spikes down the road.
Pete returns with an update to his popular Horde Magic format, introducing an element of story with The Raid.
Corbin Hosler reviews his predictions from Magic 2013 with an eye on how things will shake out with Return to Ravnica!
Corbin Hosler breaks down what overlooked cards from the last two sets are actually casual gold!
There may only be a few financially relevant cards in M13. This does not imply that M13 won’t have impact on card values in other sets. Sigmund theorizes where the newest set may have the most financial influence.
Mike scours the M13 spoiler for the best Constructed cards soon to be released. Read on to see his top ten picks for Standard.
Corbin Hosler makes his predictions for Magic 2013 in his usual, profitable set review and Prerelease Primer!
Mark reviews the full spoiler of M13 and analyzes its impact on Standard. What cards will we no longer have after rotation? And what their replacements, if any?