In June 2013, WoTC released the first of the paper “Masters” sets, simply called Modern Masters. David examines the line of Masters sets, and the effects of a yearly reprint set on the game at large.
Sig has noticed some cards becoming quite expensive, especially considering their absence from the Reserved List. Sig explains the trend and highlights his favorite picks.
Reprints seem to follow a predictable trajectory every time. Sig examines the three stages of a reprint’s price curve and identifies some cards that may be solid pickups right now.
Alexander wraps up his series on investing around Eternal Masters with a retrospective on the strategy and lessons learned.
EMA drafting is all but wrapped up and the Legacy Leagues are about to receive lots of attention. Alexander updates his specs and plans for the next week.
David completes Part 2 of his review of Eternal Masters for Commander. These are the cards worth picking up in trades or sniping in packs during a draft.
Some Eternal Masters prices have already increased since release and now may be the time to move on key foils.
EMA is finally here! Alexander reminds us of basic strategies to slow the draft bleed and showcases some early 3-0 decks from around the web.
Mike provides his Box Report on Eternal Masters, with a full breakdown of all the value contained in six boxes of the new set.
David looks at the notable cards from Eternal Masters he expects to impact Commander prices, with an accompanying explanation for each.
Like many of us, Brian has his eye on select foils from Eternal Masters. He discusses which ones are most appealing and why.
Despite being geared mainly at the Legacy crowd, Eternal Masters has some decent cards to offer Modern. Sheridan breaks them down.
Alexander presents Part 2 of the Eternal Masters draft primer alongside Limited experts Bing Luke and Matthew Watkins.