The newest Un-set is not without financial implications. Sig provides his thoughts on how to plan your Unstable buying and suggests specific targets based on trends from Unhinged.
In the past, some singles from un-sets have been worthless, while others are rare and valuable. Sig speculates on where money can be made upon the release of Unstable.
Danny provides a comprehensive review of Cube-worthy cards from Ixalan, along with suggestions for the best time to pick each one up cheaply.
Danny provides a comprehensive review of Cube-worthy cards from Amonkhet, along with suggestions for the best time to pick each up cheaply.
Over the past couple months, various cards from a certain set have been quietly hitting all-time highs while no one was watching. Sig investigates.
We talk a lot about bulk here. The eternal dimes known as bulk rares and mountains of bulk common/uncommons are easily my favorites, but we’ve talked a fair bit about basic lands as well. For as long as I’ve been grinding bulk, I’ve used SCG as a baseline for what I should pay. Because of […]
The Legendary Cube debuted on MTGO yesterday, and it’s a wild one! Prize Packs seems to be valuable right out the gates too, so don’t miss out.
Brian DeMars introduces his brainchild Magic variant, the Danger Room. He shares his current list and the philosophy behind it, before looking at Origins for new additions.
The Magic Online Holiday Cube is returning with a new and improved list.
Some alters take more work, and some are harder to move. Mike Bajorek discusses how he chooses which card(s) to alter.
Cube has a lot to offer for a wide variety of players. Does the video content released by pros reflect that variety?
Many bemoaned the recent changes to the MTGO Legacy Cube. One week in people are starting to sing the current build’s praises. Is it possible that the update improved the Cube?
Getting ready for your first Legacy Cube draft? Check out this lightning-fast breakdown of some of the best cards in the format for white, black, gold, colorless, and lands.