Beardy’s back from Commander night at a brand-new LGS, where he got in some great games and met a ton of people. But… how did he do it? And how can you?
Sig remains a net seller, and this week he considers selling some cards at a loss. Selling at a loss isn’t always bad if the reasons for doing so are sound.
Magic is constantly reinventing itself—it’s Sig’s favorite characteristic of the game. This week he shares his beginner’s mindset in exploring new avenues.
What happens when the rules of deckbuilding are ignored? More interesting results, that’s what! Joe aka “Beardy” explains why you should make Rule 0 decks.
Sig isn’t sure he could ever leave Magic altogether, even though he does respect those who do. This week he shares five reasons why he remains engaged.
Commander has been steaming along at a breakneck pace, with more new cards than ever. Joe aka “Beardy” asks whether the changes actually improve the format.
Joe aka “Beardy” shares how to sell Magic at a card show full of Pokemon collectors, reviewing prep and best-sellers. Who said Magic was on a decline?
Joe AKA Beardy reveals just how far a cheap eBay Commander deck can take you, delving into the age-old question of cards vs. Commander vs. card-slinger.
Sig looks back at Magic 30 and shares his experience with the community aspect of the event. While he met some amazing people, he regrets not networking more.
Join Tony’s Brothers’ War prerelease as he takes us through his matches, observes melding, and finds out how players really feel about BRO, Standard, and more.
The Magic 30 celebration is approaching! Sig shares his plans to maximize the event and provide the best coverage he can to the Quiet Speculation community.
This week, Tony shares how Magic has shaped his life and yielded appreciation for the world around him. How many of these four points can you relate to?
Tony chats with Matt, a frequent player at Hero’s Hearth. Join us as he shares his experiences with Magic and what playing the game means to him.