In this article, Eddie puts reader feedback into action. He also provides a new section to give us real-time insight to reflect on previously mentioned cards.
Eddie’s back with another edition of Hold ‘Em and Fold ‘Em. It’s a Spirits and Dragons kind of week!
DJ’s back to take us through his favorite cards from among Amonkhet’s commons and uncommons. Come on in, the bulk is fine!
DJ did well vending his first prerelease, but he’s got some ideas for future improvements for all the fledgling vendors out there. Go forth and vend!
What commons and uncommon should you be on the lookout for from Kaladesh? DJ has you covered!
DJ provides up-to-the-minute Kaladesh updates as the release nears.
If you were playing before 2012, then you probably remember regional prereleases. Do you miss these events, or does the store model work for you?
We’ve all had it happen: you sit down for a game, wish your opponent luck, and shuffle up. On his first turn, he slams a Plains followed by this guy: Personally, I do a little mental fist pump and then go on with the game as if my opponent played a real card, doing everything […]
The new model of forty separate prerelease promos may shake up our traditional understanding of promo prices. Jason Alt estimates just how big a difference it is, and makes predictions about where they’ll settle.
Sigmund has been experiencing a disconnect from the newest MTG set. Other than reprinted fetch lands, he just hasn’t been inspired by Khans. And that’s okay, because he still has a few targets he likes now that Khans is available.
Each pre-release, we compile a list of the valuable cards from the new set and put them into a handy, printer-friendly document. The goal is to give everyone quick, easy access to price information when they go to their pre-release events. This keeps trading fair, and more importantly, who wants to mess with their phone to look up prices at 3AM? Not me.
We’re providing gorgeous, printer-friendly PDFs of all the Khans morphs, sorted by color(s), rarity, and flip cost. Print these out and refer to them between rounds. Memorize your morphs, kids!