At the retail level, bulk or near-bulk cards that sell well may indicate future potential. Mike looks at the cards his store is moving for $1.50 right now that may be poised for gains.
Much like with Nekusar or Omnath, the Commander community is abuzz with excitement surrounding The Gitrog Monster. David looks at some juicy speculation targets that pair well with the newcomer.
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.
Julian shares the latest version of his first Commander deck, based around Karador, Ghost Chieftain.
Julian looks at a Commander deck that may not make any friends, but can certainly win games. If you want to empty your opponents’ hands and leave them devoid of resources, this may be the deck for you.
Julian Biondillo goes off the beaten path with a mono-red Reanimator deck built around Feldon of the Third Path.
Zombies are a fun tribe to build around in Commander, but when you add a recurrable mass reanimation effect things get out of hand fast–enter Balthor.
Julian Biondillo shares another Commander deck, this time a green-white Trostani deck built around tokens.
For this week, Mike exhibits a project that will challenge your ability to work with subtle gradations in color: the ever-popular commander, Uril, the Miststalker.
Julian shares a Commander list built around the landfall mechanic. If you’re looking to go big and synergistic at the same time, look no further.
Some alters take more work, and some are harder to move. Mike Bajorek discusses how he chooses which card(s) to alter.
Julian Biondillo shares his Commander list helmed by Marchesa, the Black Rose in his first article for Quiet Speculation!
Sigmund never thought he’d be accused of a pump and dump scheme – it’s not his nature. Yet a poorly worded sarcastic tweet, inspired by Jason’s article last week, was all that it took. This week he defends his coordinated “buy out” using economic theory and cold hard facts.