In the wake of the full Eternal Masters spoiler, some prices on MTGO went haywire this week. Alexander covers all the shifts and discusses how he’s reacting.
From first foil printings to new artwork, Eternal Masters is brimming with potential value. Mike discusses where to look beyond the obvious Legacy staples.
Eternal Masters will have wildly different impacts on paper Magic and Magic Online. Check out Ryan’s tips for turning a profit from EMA’s online release!
Everyone’s worried about buying Eternal Masters cards before we know the set list, but certain cards are out for sure. Brian looks at some promising Reserved List specs.
After a brief hiatus Alexander returns to talk about Eternal Masters. He checks in with his recommended specs and discusses actions to take during SOI release events.
Budget decks on MTGO usually feature several high-demand cards that hold most of the value. Alexander explains how to apply this principle to Legacy specs before EMA.
Alexander considers some of the macro trends he expects to see leading up to Eternal Masters, before discussing the most likely reprints that are risky holds.
Ryan is lukewarm on investing in “no Reserved List” Eternal, but has some ideas on how to remedy the proposed format’s problems. It all boils down to presentation.
Chaz introduces the concept of Eternal, the newly proposed format that has become a community-driven project to solve the problems of Modern and Legacy.
David discusses the fundamental concept of risk vs. reward, and applies it to the question of investing in Legacy staples in advance of Eternal Masters.
Adam explains the impact of Eternal Masters, the cards he’s avoiding, and the cards he’s aggressively targeting in anticipation.
Brian considers what cards will appear in Eternal Masters this summer. Modern staples have a solid chance of inclusion, which carries significant financial implications.
The Eternal Masters announcement leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Ryan weighs in on the knowns and unknowns that may affect Legacy’s future.