Transitions to a new client have traditionally been a tumultuous time for the MTGO market. Matthew Lewis examines how the upcoming move to the new beta might affect prices.
Mike Lanigan brings us his regularly scheduled top ten article with his pick for Constructed hits out of Dragon’s Maze.
Corbin follows up on last week’s article by covering some Dragon’s Maze cards that slipped through the cracks of his first analysis.
Ryan weighs in with his thoughts on DGR limited, having navigated his local prerelease to moderate success this past weekend.
Jason Alt describes his experiences from the prerelease weekend, including some characteristically understated opinions on the flattening of prize structures.
Hello and welcome! We’ve got another round of those handy cheat-sheets to print out for the prerelease this weekend. I’ve had people request both alphabetized ones and price-ranked ones, so I went ahead and made two versions. Pick the one you like more or print both of them out. It looks like there aren’t many […]
Gearing up for Dragon’s Maze prerelease events on MTGO, Matthew Lewis describes which cards are worthy of attention from speculators.
Corbin Hosler provides his financial review of Dragon’s Maze, evaluating which cards are over- and underpriced going into prerelease weekend.
Ryan laments the near-playability of a few new Dragon’s Maze cards in Constructed, and then applauds the wild stage he sees being set by the incoming Limited environment.
Corbin discusses potential speculation targets that are appealing in light of recent spoilers from Dragon’s Maze.
David Schumann examines some of the recent spoilers from Dragon’s Maze to see if they could make it in Legacy.
Ryan weighs in on the first wave of Dragon’s Maze spoilers, hypothesizing homes these new cards could potentially find.
The recent spoiling of Beck//Call has already impacted Modern prices and is sure to make more waves. Corbin discusses which cards are still ripe to benefit.