WOTC is doing a pretty good job with the MTGO cube, but the B&R announcement shows there is still much to be desired.
As we anticipate reprints, we have to decide whether to out our personal copies or hold onto them for convenience. Danny Brown offers a summary of considerations to make when looking through your cube for high-priced cards to sell.
How will you handle the update to your cube with these new off-color activation cards?
How can we convince WOTC to allow custom cubes on MTGO?
The Reserved List hinders any reasonable attempt to print a good standalone Cube product…or does it?
For the new year, Mike Lanigan offers his take on the reasons Cube draft is so great–and some of the tangential benefits that come from playing it regularly.
Ryan has performed very well at recent limited PTQs and credits this success to Cube drafting. If the fun of Cubing wasn’t enough to motivate you to try your hand at it, Ryan shares the less talked about benefits that come from Cubing regularly.
What does the perfect mono-red aggro deck look like in Holiday Cube? Today concludes the discussion.
If you could hand-pick the perfect cards for a mono-red deck in the Holiday Cube, what would your decklist look like?
Why can’t we draft the MTGO Cube more often?
Derek explains how and why you should be using Pucatrade to round out your MTG Finance experience.
“Casual player” is such a loaded term…
What are your favorite cards in the Legacy Cube?