For this week, Eddie brings more Guilds of Ravnica spoiler talk and a dive into one of Magic’s newest formats to crop up, Premodern.
Chris has some thoughts on Guilds of Ravnica: Mythic Edition and its distribution model. How could this impact the future of Magic?
Eddie weighs in on how the bombshell new tool for BGx decks, Assassin’s Trophy, will affect other cards, all while covering his latest holds and folds for the week.
It’s time to cover the uncommons from Core 2019. What does Kyle note as good?
This week has a nice focus on lands, but we’re not referring to the Legacy deck. Eddie also starts touching on Guilds of Ravnica spoilers.
Welcome back, folks. Today we’re going to plunge forward and go over the best rares for you to invest in from Core 19. In case you missed last week’s mythic article, check it out here. With the rares, I will only rank the top 10. These rankings are intended for Magic Online, but the analyses […]
This week Eddie circles back around to rotation to highlight Standard and Modern. He also provides a new way to keep tabs on cards he mentions in his articles with a public spreadsheet.
Kyle evaluates and ranks each of the mythics in Core 2019 for its speculative value, considering the potential upside, past precedent, and current risk.
Standard is nearing rotation but that doesn’t mean we’re lacking for action. Eddie covers the cards to hold and fold this week, including key foils, promos, and Pauper staples.
The best way to make money on a new Standard metagame is to anticipate what is likely to be good, and Kyle is here to help.
The MTGO Market Report is moving from weekly to quarterly updates. Join us for the last of the weekly installments, where Matt summarizes the strategies used in the series.
It’s Kyle, not Paul Revere, and he’s sounding the alarm on all the big changes you should be prepared for.
While it didn’t take down the tournament, BR Vengevine made waves on the Pro Tour coverage. Adrian looks at cards slated for increases in response to the new arrival to Modern.