Chris is back to identify some cards with real potential for short- and long-term gains as we approach rotation.
In this article, Eddie puts reader feedback into action. He also provides a new section to give us real-time insight to reflect on previously mentioned cards.
In part one of this article, I discussed the financial futures for Hour of Devastation’s more expensive rares and mythics. In today’s part two, we dig for diamonds in the rough, cards that are below 1.00 tix that I think are worthy of our consideration as speculation targets. Tiny Stock Uncommons (1) Supreme Will As […]
Kyle is here to offer some targets and some warning on Hour of Devastation block cards.
The best way to make money on the upcoming rotation is to be ahead of the curve. This week, Kyle begins a series aimed at helping MTGO speculators do just that.
Morgan’s back with another Hour of Devastation draft!
I hope you all had a great time watching the Pro Tour! It was a great show, and as I had hoped, red came out on top. I feel obliged to issue a disclaimer before I can continue this article in good conscience: aggressive formats tend to stifle the ability of the crazy, four-color, top-end […]
Morgan’s first Hour of Devastation draft for QS has arrived. How’d she do?
Morgan’s here to break down another new card from Hour of Devastation in detail. Will we see this aggressive creature at this weekend’s Pro Tour?
Morgan’s got some sweet ideas on how to make Champion of Wits work in Standard. Do you like drawing a lot of cards? Then tune in.
After initial results have come in for Hour of Devastation Standard, Brian reevaluates the cards and strategies that have yet to adjust pricewise.
Hour of Devastation has had a bigger impact on eternal formats and commander than most, and there have been some significant market movements as a result…
In his first article for Quiet Speculation, Jim Casale covers Commander cards from Hour of Devastation that may end up holding a significant portion of the set’s value.