Every Last M14 Uncommon Reviewed

Zach Barash and Hunter Slaton turn their attention to M14’s 60 uncommons. You decide who is Paul Simon and who is Art Garfunkel.

Magic: The Whatever, Tarantino Edition

It is no secret that I’m breaking up with Magic: The Gathering.

A History of Corsets (July 8)

This week Rich goes through the history of Magic core sets, contemplates the dual nature of Jace Beleren, rounds up the Pro Tour Hall of Fame Voting links from the week and provides snarky commentary on the best writing the Magic Community had to offer.

Freedom of Choice

Modern is the format I like the most, but its also the format I have the lowest win percentage. Go figure. I guess I like a challenge.

The Scrub Report—A Port in the Storm

With Return to Ravnica block coming to an end, I’m faced with my first core set. And all I can think is, oh, thank Theros!

Every Last M14 Common Reviewed

Hunter Slaton and Zach Barash wrote approximately a billion words reviewing all of the commons in M14. Read up and get ready for this weekend’s prerelease!

Dog Days

As we approach the middle of July, it’s safe to say that the dog days of summer and Magic are upon us. So, in this moment of boredom, I bring you my M14 quick hits for Eternal!

Only Built 4 Cubin’ Lynx—The First Cut Is the Deepest

With M14 around the corner, it is time to talk about one of the toughest things that Cube owners have to do on a regular basis: Cutting.

The Blur of M14

My tyrant editor has been dogging me to expand “The Blur of” series, and he decided I should do one layered stack for each color in Magic 2014. Here it is.

M14 Instants and Flash Creatures

To prepare for M14, I have compiled a list of all of the instants and flash creatures that you may come across while playing this new set.

No Need to Rush

M14 got spoiled the other night, and boy, does it look… something. See, I am trying something new this season, and the fact that M14 is initially somewhat underwhelming should make it easier for me.

Flashback Draft: Time Spiral

Welcome to October, 2006. The school year is begun, the Nintendo Wii releases in a month, and Paul McCartney is 64 years old. Time Spiral has just come out.