The “Summer Lull” is coming to an end and everyone’s looking to pick up rotating staples. Chaz has wisely already built his portfolio, which he shares in detail.
Right before Dragons of Tarkir gets officially released, Corbin looks back at his calls for Fate Reforged. Read on to see how his predictions fared this time around.
Most colors in Fate Reforged got some nice two-drops to help start the beats early.
Reports of aggro’s demise are greatly exaggerated.
It’s easy to speculate liberally based on the results from last weekned’s Pro Tour, but there are reprint risks you need to be wary of. This week Sigmund recommends the cards with the best risk/reward equation coming out of the event.
Derek recaps the results of his Fate Reforged box opening project and points out some potential winners from the lukewarm Modern metagame being established this last weekend at Pro Tour Fate Reforged.
To gain a new perspective, Adam shares and explores eight decklists from a Japanese PTQ and explores the impact of Fate Reforged in this competitive Standard event.
People are pretty mad about this Ugin thing on MTGO…
Which rares can you actually pass in this format?
Following the shockwave of last week’s banlist announcement a lot will happen for MTGO speculators in February, including a Pro Tour, a Modern MOCS season and Fate Reforged release events. Sylvain tells us how to get ready.
Ryan takes a look at the cards with the highest preorder prices from Fate Reforged and evaluates how reasonable these prices are. Find out which cards he thinks are hits and which are all hype!
Derek shares his calculations on whether or not it’s worth it to open sealed booster boxes of Fate Reforged.
We’ve all had it happen: you sit down for a game, wish your opponent luck, and shuffle up. On his first turn, he slams a Plains followed by this guy: Personally, I do a little mental fist pump and then go on with the game as if my opponent played a real card, doing everything […]