The March of the Machine prerelease is upon us, and Joe aka “Beardy” has one question: has Wizards thrown in the towel on creative multiplayer design?
Joe aka “Beardy” sizes up the latest set, Phyrexia: All Will Be One, for Commander, pointing out the most interesting and splashy cards for now and the future.
Chris continues his series on soon-to-rotate sets, this time with Dominaria. Sit back as he takes us on a nostalgia trip to Magic’s premier plane and outlines his picks for Commander.
David concludes his review of Dominaria for Commander, with the red, green, blue, and artifact cards. As before, he provides interesting specs attached to each potential card.
David continues his review of Dominaria for Commander with the white and black legends, and his picks for cards that may benefit from their introduction to the format.
David continues his review of Dominaria for Commander with the remaining gold legends, along with recommendations for specs to pair with them.
Dominaria‘s legendary subtheme is sure to mean lots of new tools for Commander. David begins his set review with a treatment of the spoiled cards promising for Commander.
Last week David covered Rivals of Ixalan cards for Vintage and Legacy play. Today he dives into the set’s much more numerous contributions to Commander.
Danny provides a comprehensive review of Cube-worthy cards from Amonkhet, along with suggestions for the best time to pick each up cheaply.
DJ’s back with another article on how to maximize value from the relatively inexpensive cards of the set, this time with a focus on Modern Masters 2017.
David reviews Aether Revolt for potential eternal playables, covering the cards he believes show the most promise in Modern, Legacy, and Vintage.
Chaz has a full set review for Kaladesh, replete with information from his testing sessions!
Enemy-colored fastlands look to be some of the biggest Modern hits out of Kaladesh. Sheridan breaks down where they might go and how much they might cost.