Corbin Hosler offers a unique take on the results of Worlds and how it affects the Extended format in particular. He breaks down the players in the format and lets you know which cards are spiking after the event.
This week Stephen takes a look at news from the 2011 World Championship, and breaks down how each formats prices will be affected by the results, and even shows one of the new Mirrodin Besieged cards for us!
Author’s Note: This is an article that has really been a long time coming. As I am currently stuck on a four-hour flight to Virginia for the holidays and to take down a few events in the meantime (Six days late for the Star City Games Invitational – a long story I’d much prefer not […]
What’s going on everybody? Hope you all enjoyed Thanksgiving! It’s been a month and that means time to review all the hot news that came out this past month and what it means going forward. I am partially in a food coma at this point on Thanksgiving Day and debating on battling Best Buy at […]
Chris McNutt updates all the buy list numbers.
Corbin Hosler looks at the upcoming Extended season and offers tips on where to profit on the upcoming format
Welcome back! Last week I talked about setting the foundations of a cube and how they effect what cards can go into a cube and what effect this has on its overall contents. This week, I’ll discuss how to build a pool of cards to use as a bank of ideas before creating an initial cube […]
Last Thursday WotC announced that they would be getting a bit more involved in EDH. If you haven’t already read about it the main article can be found here. I’m very excited about a number of these changes but especially the printing of new generals. When I first started playing EDH my first decks were […]
This week Stephen takes on a wide variety of topics ranging from the SCG Invitational series to the Wizards announcement of EDH/Commander support. Read on!
You might think that Wizards had just about enough of Portals by the time 1998 rolled around. You would be wrong. On June 24th, 1998, novice mages were once again ushered through Wizards’ Portal and back into a land of confusing text and sorceries that could be played at instant speed, but only sometimes. The […]
Welcome back to the Revenue Review, where this week I hope to shed some light on the process of selling off some of your stock. I figured the best way to walk you through this topic was to clean out some of my own stock, something I’m overdue for. My girlfriend and I got a […]
I went shopping a bit this last weekend and I saw something that happens to be one of my biggest pet peeves when trying to park. There was a line of cars driving down one particular aisle when the lead car noticed someone walking to their car so they just stopped and waited for them […]
This week Stephen Moss takes us through Extended and how things are shaping up for trading and gaming.