The Eternal Masters announcement leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Ryan weighs in on the knowns and unknowns that may affect Legacy’s future.
As a Legacy Open finalist, a lot of people ask Eric Hawkins about playing Storm. Check out his advice on how to acquaint yourself with the deck!
David continues his discussion about colorless mana-producers in light of the new <> mechanic, covering the Commander and Legacy cards that could benefit from the release of OGW.
Wizards recently announced Stoneforge Mystic as the 2016 GP promo. Could this herald a potential unbanning in Modern? Sheridan breaks the evidence down.
Star City Games’ decision to scale back Legacy support has been met with much consternation in the Eternal community. Brian weighs in and considers the financial impact.
The Legacy GP in Seattle-Tacoma begins this weekend. Adam identifies the best options for attacking the field, and shares his picks for cards with the most potential to win in the marketplace.
Ryan shares his thoughts on some finer points of the Standard metagame, before discussing the impact of SCG’s Organized Play announcement on the Legacy format.
The new Jace is the hottest breakout card on the MTG market, but it’s not all Standard hype. Jace is just realizing his Modern potential and the ceiling is high on this powerful planeswalker.
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.