Ain’t nobody got time for that! Joe AKA Beardy takes us through common pitfalls to avoid when building Commander decks for ourselves… or potential buyers!
Francesco looks at one of Magic IP’s most significant elements: the design of its unique and amazing creatures. This series explores their origins.
Francesco concludes his study of the philosophies of the colors with Green. What defines the color Green? Is there more to the color than just mana?
Today Francesco looks at the philosophy of the color red. Red has the least real-world quotations of the five colors. So what do they tell us about the color?
Francesco explores flavor text citations that flesh out black’s ghastly character within Magic’s color pie.
Francesco continues his study of the philosophies of the colors in Magic. This week he looks at the color blue. What defines a blue card?
Francesco concludes his study of the philosophy of the color White. Here he looks at the characteristics of honor and endurance, and how they are represented.
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about some underplayed cards that could help you out especially against those pesky Treasures or Enchantments.
This week Francesco begins exploring the philosophy of White cards through their artwork and flavor text. What themes will we find?
Francesco continues unearthing real-world flavor text, turning his attention to the evolution of literary humor over Magic’s history.
Legends is one of the most represented sets in terms of real-world flavor. Today Francesco analyzes a large subset of those cards, all sharing a horror theme.
Francesco dives into pieces of religious flavor text from Magic’s early days, picking out some sweet old cards which cite the Qu’aran, the Bible, and more.
Francesco wraps up his mini-series on cards printed with multiple real-world quotations. How does the flavor on these cards hold up?