In other words… this isn’t the first time we’ve heard of Wizards of the Coast going far out their way to make the day of one of their players. This time is not different, but it’s certainly worth sharing. A Magic player recently took his 8-year-old daughter, who is learning the game, to Grand Prix […]
Paul and a friend attempt to open some Power Nine in what is probably the most exciting set release in the history of Magic Online, spewing 25 tickets on one draft so you don’t have to.
I was fortunate to be able to sit down with Brian recently to talk about his recent victory. He wrote a nice tournament report, which you can find here (pops). Here’s his list: Kiki Pod, by Brian Liu Untitled Deck Maindeck 4 Misty Rainforest3 Arid Mesa2 Fire-Lit Thicket4 Grove of the Burnwillows2 Gavony Township1 Breeding Pool1 […]
Andy Martin, a long-time Magic player and Commander aficionado, outlines his philosophy about deck-building Commander. If you’ve been seeking a remedy for boring, repetitive Commander decks, read on.
(Editor’s Note – Daniel Dusang cashed in both SCG events at Kansas City and was one of the first people to pick up GW Beats, the breakout deck of the last week. Enjoy the report!) Hello, Dear Reader, and welcome to my first tournament report. These things can be pretty bland when done poorly, so […]
Trey Ballew showed up with a homebrew for States in Oklahoma and Top 8’ed with a spicy rogue list! Is this the next breakout deck?
The Bulk Box: The rules were simple. I could put in any two of my rares, and get any rare out of his binder. To me, it was a genius plan, and as I rifled through the box and pulled out the stack of rares I wanted…
Pick up a control deck just days before a Legacy tournament? Sure, I can win with that. You can too.
Don’t get me wrong, I do love the financial content to death and literally read every financial article I can get my hands on anywhere on The Internet, but we need an actual way to deal with the rising price of Magic cards. How can we actually stop focusing on the problem and figure out a workable answer? Well, I have it for you today. For the past year I have been playing competitive magic on a budget, playing top-tier decks, and doing it with almost no money. You’re still with me, right? Good.
No magic deck tries to play fair. Magic decks are made to not be fair. They want to gain an advantage any way possible and the methods often boil down to breaking a fundamental of the game, and this is the game plan for all Legacy decks. The catch being is that they must do it very well.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve gone over how to start trading and the techniques involved in conducting a trade. Now we’ll begin to jump into the business side of it, actually making a profit off of your trades. You might be saying, “Well I don’t want to sell my cards I just want to […]
As a beginning trader you might be asking yourself some fundamental questions about how to proceed onto getting your starting collection up and running and be able to build the standard deck of your choosing. Last article I went over some of the basic things to keep in mind while trading, things such as building […]