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Ixalan at a Glance: Pirate’s Cutlass and Grim Captain’s Call

Sometimes, prereleases are defined by unassuming, unexpected powerhouses. Here are two such cards you need to know about: Pirate’s Cutlass and Grim Captain’s Call?!

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Design of a Card: Aerial Guide

Aerial Guide is the greatest Wind Drake ever seen. Zach tells you why it still isn’t overpowered, and what kind of designs can we expect going forward.

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Mean, Green, Limited Dream

Hidden in the Hour of Devastation spoiler are three powerful green Limited cards. Here’s why you should be excited for Ambuscade, Overcome, and Bitterbow Sharpshooters.

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Overs and Unders

Brendan breaks down his five most over and under rated cards in Kaladesh draft.

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Design of a Card: Tar Snare

In the wake of this weekend’s PPTQ, a discussion emerged: just how good is Tar Snare? We’ve got the exhaustive scoop on it just for you.

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Multi Format All Stars

Brendan explores what makes a limited all star into a constructed powerhouse.

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First Impressions

Dragon’s Maze comes out this week! Woo-hoo! A new Limited format is upon us! Hopefully you had the opportunity to […]

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Changing Seasons Part Two

Last week we reflected on the past. This week we’ll dive ahead into the future. What will drafting Dragon’s Maze–Gatecrash–Return […]