Dig Through Time finally met its demise in Legacy on September 28, and we’ve had a few weeks to observe the results. David looks at the winners and losers of the post-ban metagame.
The much-anticipated Eternal Weekend generates buzz and interest in Vintage and Legacy each year. On the eve of the event, Brian DeMars highlights five picks that should be on your radar.
How good is Collected Company? BBD seems to like it enough to use it at a Legacy IQ. Chaz breaks down the decklist.
Speculators have made good money on Tiny Leaders and Dragons these last couple months. But trends will shift as we approach the launch of Modern Masters 2015. Read on to see how Sigmund is preparing himself for the changes ahead.
Constructed, and especially eternal, formats require a higher buy-in than Limited but also have diminishing costs long-term. Danny Brown compares the real costs involved in the major formats by numbers to get a more precise picture.
Sigmund believes the MTG Market is moving higher, but don’t buy everything you can get hands on. This week he compares a couple options, highlighting why he likes some cards more than others despite their shared upward movement.
There were two MTG finance headlines from SCG Indy last weekend. Sigmund was astonished to find a vendor using Amazon pricing, but story that was trumped by the fake duals circulating through trade binders. Read on for Sigmund’s take.
The bannings and Fate Reforged alike are in and making their impact felt. Corbin looks at events across several formats with the new cards and offers his thoughts on their financial relevance.
With Treasure Cruise banned in Legacy, Ryan is curious to see what updated Delver decks will look like. Check out his musings on a hyper-efficient Temur Tempo list!
With Treasure Cruise banned, Dig Through Time is seeing more Legacy play. If you’re looking to play the full four Digs, then this Grixis list is for you.
Treasure Cruise and Dig Through time were both banned in Modern, so why was Dig Through Time untouched in Legacy?
The bannings are in, and there’s no shortage of shake-ups across Magic formats. David Schumann discusses financial winners and losers of the new metagame(s) that WoTC has created.
Is Kird Ape the truth, or was Daryl Ayers just monkeying around?