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Modern Masters Limited

With the imminent release of Modern Masters, Zach Barash takes a look at the available limited archetypes and examines it’s similarities to Innistrad, his favorite limited set.

23/17

Cracking the Team Sealed Code

Team sealed is no easy nut to crack. But over the past two weeks, my team has been meeting up to practice.

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Recursion Shenanigans

Hello again, folks! Dragon’s Maze Game Day came and went and I was nowhere to be found. I spent the […]

23/17

Dragon’s Maze Draft Tech

This week’s a bit of a grab bag—or, as they say in the provinces, a pot-au-feu—but mainly we’re going to […]

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Cube Design: Stick the Landing

When last we met, I discussed the history of my cube. Now, let us visit the present and examine revising […]

23/17

California Draftin’

Last week I headed to Los Angeles for work, in order to write a story about a moderation-management rehab in […]

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Cube Design: There’s Something About Tokens

Cube draft is amazing. Players go into a furor over the Magic Online cube every time that it reappears, spending […]

Power and Toughness

15 Minutes Before Bringing It Up

Male Student: [Annoyed] I’m getting a little tired of this. Dr. Peter Venkman: You volunteered, didn’t you? We’re paying you, […]

23/17

Team Hipsters Takes a Punch in New Jersey

Last Sunday I got up way too early and met up with Matt Jones and Kadar Brock at the  Official […]

Hope Eternal

Magical Christmas Land

Conley Woods coined the term Magical Christmas Land to refer to a deck he was playing that could do something […]

Pondering

Dragon’s Maze and Six-Person Pods

For two of the three Dragon’s Maze drafts I’ve done since the set’s release, I took Putrefy pack-one, pick-one. Unconditional […]