In this episode of Budget-Focused, UndyingMTG takes us on another tour of overlooked aggro cards in Pioneer.
Did you know Ikoria currently has the lowest EV of all Standard-legal sets? When is the last time the NEWEST set was also the cheapest? To Sig, this screams opportunity. This week he writes about his favorite Ikoria picks for a world that one day recovers from COVID-19.
In a time where we’re all homebound, there’s no better opportunity to sit down and pick through bulk! Brady combs over War of the Spark to find the best bulk picks in the next update of his Bulk to Bayou series.
That Pioneer’s so hot right now. David brings us more of his Pioneer picks, as well as an overview of cards you’ll want to start digging out of bulk.
Chris makes his return to writing to cover Pioneer, Magic‘s latest non-rotating format. Find out what format staples you’ll want to be hunting for and more, here.
Commander 2019 has offered incredible speculation opportunities, and Adam shares how he made the most of them – and the mistakes he made along the way.
The way we’ll be getting foils from packs will undergo some change with the introduction of Theme Boosters with Throne of Eldraine. Kyle breaks down the new distribution levels of foils, focusing on how they might affect the process of MTGO Set Redemption.
Kyle breaks down the state of drafting on MTGO, and shows us some opportunities to make the most out of playing limited on the platform.
It’s been a while since Sig studied pricing trends on new sets. But a few recent observations have caught his attention. This week Sig shares these trends as he learns about the new normal that is Standard MTG finance.
What should you do with your War of the Spark Uncut foil sheet? If you’re asking yourself that question, there’s no wrong answer; but some are certainly better than others.
The series is complete! Here’s the full round table discussion about the recent glut of releases in the past three months. Where do we go from here?
Spoiler season is about to begin…again! Between War of the Spark, Modern Horizons, and Core Set 2020, how does anyone have any money left to buy new Magic cards? Perhaps they don’t. This week Sig examines potential long-term implications of these competing set releases.
Chris examines the release schedules of recent sets and turns a critical eye toward the increasingly short time gaps between the hype cycles of War of the Spark, Modern Horizons, and the upcoming Core 2020.