Joe aka “Beardy” explores building around color identities to craft functionally unique Commander decks, proposing ideas for mono-, five-, and four-color decks.
Joe AKA “Beardy” talks about SpellTable, an awesome way to play Magic remotely. What does SpellTable have to offer that other digital Magic platforms do not?
COVID-19 has changed the future of Magic: The Gathering forever. Joe takes a look at the changing landscape of the competitive Magic world and how MTG Finance-minded players can prepare for the new normal.
Paper Magic is going to come back someday and people are going to start wanting paper copies of cards featured in competitive decks again. Joe takes a look at his top choices from Double Masters for players looking to pick up cheap, competitive reprints before paper tournaments begin again in earnest.
Modern Horizons Flashback Drafts hit MTGO! Kyle reexamines the key cards Modern Horizons on MTGO, and a few sleeper hits with high upside.
Kyle runs through the state of MTGO and the trends that are important in the post-Ikoria economy.
Kyle revisits a tried and true MTGO redemption strategy and shows us why it may not be as viable in the current landscape.
Kyle goes through Theros Beyond Death’s setlist and shows us what cards we’ll want to target for the upcoming metagame and MTGO Redemption season.
It’s a new year, and that calls for an MTGO market check-in! Kyle examines the MTGO Modern market in a post-Mox Opal world, and what cards you’ll want to keep your eye on in Modern’s lull period.
Part III is here! Kyle goes beyond the basics and explores a few more “advanced” applications of renting, strategies useful to both investors and players alike.
This week, Kyle introduces us to card renting on Magic Online in this two-part series. Part I covers the basics of what renting on MTGO is, how to do it, and whether it is a generally good option for MTGO players new and old to consider.
Kyle breaks down where you should be looking to park your tix in the wake of Pioneer, and why it’s not necessarily in Pioneer cards.