“Bob,” aka , has been the poster child for overpriced cards in the Modern format almost since the day Modern format became a thing. I’ve taken Bob to task before for being too overrated. But the fact remains, a 2-drop dude that draws you cards is still a necessary evil in some decks. Outside of
When was spoiled back in Shadows Over Innistrad set, the hype was relentless. Even if it wasn’t a very expensive card, I had to fight tooth and nail to get my hands on one. Once everybody had enough Gitrogs, they all scampered off to their deckbuilding workbench to build the Golgari combo Commander from hell.
We’ve gotten some requests and interest in deck-building tutorials, so we’re going to start a new semi-regular feature where we take one deck and build it from the bottom up, following along with our reasoning. So today’s spotlight is Brago, King Eternal. Brago is a very easy build, so it’s good for beginners. Right away
Oh, I heard it through the graveyard! I have brought up my Commander deck on here a few times and promised to show it off some day, so that day (or rather night) is here! Sidisi has consistently been one of my favorite Commander generals for the two years since Khans of Tarkir set was
Is it hard to keep up with MTG releases lately or what? Sets are coming out at such a milling pace, there’s barely time to play with a set before the next one’s getting spoiled. So we’ll do a condensed overview of Conspiracy 2, the much-anticipated draft set that’s the sequel to the outrageously popular
Hi everybody! Long time no see. In my long absence, it seems that Magic has now cards with Meld or as I like to call them: Fusion Cards! Although they’re not equal to the fusion summons in Yu-Gi-Oh! they’re quite similar. First, you need two specific cards on the battlefield and then trigger the ability that let you fuse
In Magic: the Gathering, Modern format is like a trailer park built in tornado alley. Sooner or later, something will blast it all to hell, it’s just a matter of when. Nearly every set lately has introduced some broken new deck that dominates the format until a card is banned out of it. But this
Whee, here’s wing #2 of the Night in Karazhan adventure for Hearthstone, for those few of you out there who haven’t completed it yet. I hear most players find it under-challenging. Romulo and Julianne – Julianne is a Mage whose power is to summon Romulo, who makes her immune. So you’ll have to regulate him.
Welcome to “One Night in Karazhan,” Hearthstone’s long-awaited fourth adventure. And since I’ve been watching the online discussion and watched in horror as the reference has sailed right over all of your heads: The name is a reference to the song “One Night in Bangkok,” from the Broadway musical Chess. Oooooh! Yes, Murray Head’s 1985
Players of Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, Yu-G-Oh, and most any other mature trading card game all have one thing in common: They tend to accumulate extra cards as time goes by. Every TCG player eventually asks: What am I gonna do with these? Beyond your usual collectibles, these bulk cards are the inevitable chaff that