The Return To Ravnica is growing closer by the day! That means a lot of exciting things for us, not the least of which is the change brought on by rotation, and what new cards that may make playable. Last year, I suggested targeting Phantasmal Image and Surgical Extraction in trades for this series. These […]
Join Jason as he reviews the recent announcements regarding Return to Ravnica, the arrival of M13 on the tournament scene and the usual bevy of internet oddities.
Carl may be in love with Hellion Crucible, but you should hear him out before writing off this land as just another bulk rare.
Mike examines an old favorite scheduled to return to Standard for the first time in more than a decade. Will Rancor live up to its reputation? Read on to find out.
Corbin Hosler breaks down what overlooked cards from the last two sets are actually casual gold!
Jason thinks M13 is more financially promising than it may appear at first glance. Read on to hear why, and stay tuned for tales of hilarious prerelease happenings.
Mike scours the M13 spoiler for the best Constructed cards soon to be released. Read on to see his top ten picks for Standard.
Corbin Hosler makes his predictions for Magic 2013 in his usual, profitable set review and Prerelease Primer!
Mark reviews the full spoiler of M13 and analyzes its impact on Standard. What cards will we no longer have after rotation? And what their replacements, if any?
As I write this, there are 167 of 249 M13 cards spoiled, and that’s over half the set. Base sets rarely have brainbustingly-intense rares in them (Baneslayer excepted), but there’s enough to get excited about at this point. There’s also enough to be honest about in terms of holding off on purchasing. There will be much more M13 discussion in the coming weeks leading up to release, and this is an early edition with thoughts on what we have seen so far