I love doing my financial recaps of older sets where I mine the expensive cards, but going back further is a little harder in two ways. First, there are just so few good cards in older sets. Second, the good ones don’t often turn over, so it’s hard to establish prices. Luckily, Mirage Block was the first “modern” block and it brought in some great spells that wizards still sling today. Let’s take a walk through time as we re-acquaint ourselves with the block. Below is a list of some of the choice picks from the block; I left out the cards worth under two dollars, leaving only the prime cards on the list. There are some cards in here that I guarantee will surprise you.
Carlos continues the theme of expanding on other people’s Commander decks, this time bringing us some flashback action with Dralnu, Lich Lord.
As a rule Carlos isn’t a fan of countermagic, but this weeks he goes off the deep end with a deck that tries to counter all the spells! Check out Ertai, the Corrupted and his horde of Merfolk minions!
This week Carlos delves into some of the more obscure or “unplayable” Commanders in the format in order to see what they have to offer! What kind of tricksy things can Yomiji do? Let’s find out!
Some of Magic’s older curve-topping titans have fallen out of favor for newer, crazier bombs. This week features a unique take on one of the first cycles of gigantic creatures.
This isn’t your usual Commander Junk list. Carlos put Doran is on delivery duty.
This Commander deck is dumb, and Carlos feels dumb.
Sometimes you find the most wonderful treasures in the bargain bin of forgotten Commanders!
Carlos is Green with envy in Commander. What else is new?
Dear Diary, today is the day I broke Riku. He seemed so lovable and cute, too! I watched him through art class. (He’s so dreamy when he’s copying something!) But then I ran into him playing a game…