For months, MTG finance had remained quiet and calm. The market was largely stable, and admittedly boring. Then the Pioneer announcement came along and awakened the beast. Now havoc (and controversy) is once again being wreaked by #MTGfinance.
MTG finance has been on the receiving end of some backlash recently after rampant buyouts catalyzed by Modern Horizons spoilers. But is it deserved? This week Sig examines this nefarious buyout behavior and explains how it could be harming the broader community.
Niels addresses a moral dilemma he recently ran into during a collection purchase.
Sometime in the last few months scouting has become a hot topic in the Magic community. I don’t recall where the allegations came from, but the issue was framed as pros having access to spreadsheets of players and the archetypes that they were playing and sharing this information with other members of super-teams gave them […]
Should judges be able to review video footage of feature matches when making calls?
What is a trader’s obligation with regard to ensuring that they’re trading fairly?
This weekend a beautiful thing happened in the final round of GP Miami, but not everybody agrees that this was sportsmanlike.
What conditions, if any, would cause you to concede on turn five of extra turns?
Should we go back to reminding our opponents of all of their triggers?
You flash a card in your hand to your opponent to imply that it kills them. They tell you to make that game action. Are you obligated to play the exact line that you announced?
Your opponent receives a warning for an offense that you know is usually a game loss. Do you appeal?