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.
This week Joe aka “Beardy” reviews the new Brothers’ War Commander decks and settles the age-old debate about who is stronger: Urza or Mishra?
The series is complete! Here’s the full round table discussion about the recent glut of releases in the past three months. Where do we go from here?
Mike dives deep on Planechase Anthology!
After the release day, every set is going to lose some of its value. This is well known by players as well as investors, but how much value has been lost by the last sets? Which of them is holding more value? How many rare cards are worth buying? Discover this and other useful data […]
Although there was a day when dragons were a rare sight, today they are an ordinary thing in MTG–in Standard alone, we have no less then forty-two. With Dragons of Tarkir released to the wild, Rickey surveys some of the dragons on hand.
The week Jason delves into how tribal cards find their homes, both in casual and competitive formats.
Adam lays out the ten decks that will define the Standard tournament metagame this week and beyond. Being prepared for these decks will be essential to your tournament success.
Mike Lanigan shares his thoughts on the new Dragons of Tarkir Standard in preparation for the first RPTQ ever! Read on for his initial builds of archetypes he is considering.
Dragon’s of Tarkir is failing to excite many in the tournament community, but Corbin believes its value will ultimately be buoyed by casual demand. Read on for his explanation.
Dragons of Tarkir introduces a slew of powerful but narrow spells well-suited for sideboard play. Adam identifies the cards with significant potential in current Standard or a future metagame.
Ryan played a ton of Dragons of Tarkir sealed this weekend. Take a look at the decks he played and find out what he learned about the format!
Dragons have traditionally been steady gainers due to casual demand, but will the printing of a whole set full of them reduce their unique appeal? Jason Alt investigates.