Many control players play slowly because they believe that control has to. David E. is here to tell them they’re wrong. Control can and should play faster!
Not long ago, it seemed everyone was clamoring for cheaper Magic cards. They’re here, but everyone isn’t thrilled? This week Sig investigates this trend.
In the final part of his summer testing series, David’s playing aspiringspike’s Shreddervine list, and a new take on his favorite archetype, Mono-Blue tempo!
Reserved List buyouts are back, with Ancestral Knowledge disappearing from the internet last weekend. The FOMO is real with this one, and Sig regrets not buying a copy for his collection earlier. This week, he examines other Reserved List cards he may prioritize in light of the buyout.
Sig has a saved eBay search for the words “MTG Below Good”–this search catches Card Kingdom’s listings. Recently, they posted a collection of misprints and signed cards. Sig made an offer, bought the cards, and got to work!
Kyle breaks down where you should be looking to park your tix in the wake of Pioneer, and why it’s not necessarily in Pioneer cards.
An image of a Faerie appeared on the internet and suddenly everyone in MTG Finance world wants to buy Faerie cards. This behavior can be frustrating, but it can also lose you money if you’re not careful. Sigmund breaks down the case against faeries, and why you shouldn’t give in to the hype.
Magic’s new set has been revealed! Throne of Eldraine, via SDCC. More information to come as the weekend progresses.
The rare Legacy GP event occurred this weekend, taken down by UW Stoneblade. Christopher takes stock of the format and considers some cards in good position to rise.
This week, Eddie takes a deeper look into how Ravnica Allegiance is starting to affect all formats, along with his resulting portfolio updates.
As Ravnica Allegiance spoilers flood in, Eddie highlights cards you should probably get rid of based on hype. And he takes a deeper look into Box Toppers.