Eternal Magic has gotten very interesting lately with SCG’s price hikes and the announcement of a Legacy PT. Sig breaks it down and looks where to put any newfound profits to work.
David returns to the Ixalan sheet leak to see which spoiled cards may have promise in Modern and Legacy.
The newly spoiled Solemnity may have a profound impact on older cards. Sig looks at some long-forgotten cards to see if any have potential due to their newfound synergies.
This week Sig focuses on the Legacy Vegas GP, identifying areas for potential growth and sharing ways to make money on the format with minimal risk.
GP Vegas is bound to shake up both Legacy and Modern. Brian presents his picks for the cards most likely to respond with a price increase.
The departure of Top has left Legacy in a state of flux. Brian looks at some cards to target before the usual summertime spike in eternal play.
With the banning of Top, David’s beloved Miracles deck is no more. He discusses the future of the Legacy metagame and some key cards that may be poised for gains.
With the banning of Sensei’s Divining Top, Legacy is in for some shake-ups. Brian discusses strategies on the upswing and some key cards that are primed for gains.
David reviews Aether Revolt for potential eternal playables, covering the cards he believes show the most promise in Modern, Legacy, and Vintage.
Sigmund has made his first major decision with respect to his collection: to sell out of Legacy. Today he explains his motivations and thought process as he debates the next move.
Legacy Champs weekend was filled with lots of emotions for me. There was the high of selling cards, the adrenaline of winning round after round, the pressure of continuing the streak, the sadness at so many mistakes on camera, and then the pride at finishing as the number one seed in the top eight. We’re […]
With Eternal Weekend around the corner, Brian discusses the value that old cards can hold due to nostalgia, and suggests a few pick-ups he sees as undervalued.
The Conspiracy 2 spoiler is out, and David is reviewing it for eternal formats. He covers interesting reprints, new cards, and the financial takeaways.