The title says it all. The list may surprise you. Can you name them before jumping in?
You’ll be seeing red this week as Usman runs through part 4 of his Cube SWOT series!
Hello, and welcome to our exploration of Urza’s Legacy! The second set in the Broken Block amped up the power even more for Magic. It was the first set to be printed in foil, as well. Foil-mania swept collectors around this time; fresh from $100 Pokemon foils, people scrambled to make sets. Importantly, foils were […]
This week marks the second half of our exploration into the mammoth trove of valuable cards from Urza’s Saga. No other block contains as many solid cards to be traded for, plucked out of collections or rummaged from bulk bins for profit. You can take a look at the previous half of this article here […]
The Commanders are coming! If you’re not familiar with the “wedge” or “bling” Dragons from Planar Chaos, let David take you through some ideas that work with the most prominent members of the enemy wedge color community.
You might think that Wizards had just about enough of Portals by the time 1998 rolled around. You would be wrong. On June 24th, 1998, novice mages were once again ushered through Wizards’ Portal and back into a land of confusing text and sorceries that could be played at instant speed, but only sometimes. The […]
The considerations the go into the foundation of a cube are myriad. Join Usman as he begins delving into the depths of what makes a cube through restrictions!
We’re almost done! After the 5 colors of rares, a whole article on the mythic rares, and almost a week straight of reviewing the 2011 Core Set, we finally conclude the review series with a discussion of artifacts and some choice uncommons. Considering Scars of Mirrodin is on the horizon, the artifacts are sure to cause a lot of buzz!
Burn, baby, burn! It’s time to check out how red did in the rares department with M11. The color of fire, passion, and Tom LaPille’s hair got an interesting take on an old concept, a giant dragon to please the Timmys of the world, and a re-imagining of a former archetype-definer.