Ryan constructs a U/R Legacy deck from the ground up, built around the brand new Young Pyromancer.
This past weekend RUG Delver took a big step back into the limelight in Worcester. By coincidence, Ryan was busy taking down another Legacy event with the same archetype, though a significantly different list. To Probe or not to Probe, that seems to be the question.
The full M14 spoiler is out, and David Schumann pores through it for Eternal playables and cards likely to impact Eternal markets.
Sébastien looks at the state of the MTGO market right as Modern Masters events are set to stop firing, and asks where cards are headed in the near term.
David Schumann reviews some more spoilers from Dragon’s Maze to see what may make a splash in Legacy.
David Schumann examines some of the recent spoilers from Dragon’s Maze to see if they could make it in Legacy.
David Schumann explains how our playstyle preferences can affect how we evaluate new cards. Being aware of your own blinders can make you more attentive to cards in spoilers you may be passing over.
David Schumann continues to examine the peculiar and rare side of Magic, this time delving into the early expansions to the game.
Jared Elick looks at the effect of the increasing popularity of Modern on foil prices and the long-awaited arrival of control as a viable archetype.
David Schumann continues his review of eternal staples, this time focusing on rare and little-known gems from the Portal series.
David Schumann describes criteria for evaluating long-term specs based on Commander playability, then looks to Gatecrash to see what may qualify.
Bemoaning the possible decline of Legacy in the future, Jason Alt calls upon us all to save the greatest and most diverse format, then surveys the weekend decklists.
David Schumann continues to survey fringe playables in Legacy that are under the radar, but could serve important roles in the future.