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Hope Eternal

Infect(ed)

This week Kate discusses playing Modern Infect.

Silence, Exile, and Cunning

Kill Your Darling, Darling

Furthering your Magic game most likely involves playing the deck you love to hate.

None Shall Pass Bombs

Standard Dimir Aristocrats

Brendan took the sweet Dimir Aristocrats deck to a top four finish at a local PPTQ.

Grinding It Out

Grinding it Out—Power of Three

Danny West recently suggested changing the constructed card cap from four to three and we think it’s a brilliant idea

Card Kingdom

Lightning-fast shipping, exceptional customer service, unique MTG products, and general awesomeness since 1999.

What We Learned

Hasbro’s Q3 Earnings Report

This week we take a look at Hasbro’s latest earnings report and what it means for Magic

None Shall Pass Bombs

Battle for Draft Archetypes

Brendan fights over draft archetypes and finds some success in unexpected combinations.

Modern Institute of Technology

The Case for Soul Sisters

Shawn discusses Soul Sisters as a budget option online and as a legitimate contender in paper.

What We Learned

Regulating the Secondary Market

As the secondary market continues to grow we take a hypothetical look at how regulating the market could improve the game

None Shall Pass Bombs

Madison Bummed

Brendan reports from Grand Prix Madison, where he took a mediocre sealed pool and came up just short of day two.

Bargaining Table

CARDNAME: Why MTG Finance Sucks

Stefano retires (for now) from the world of MTG Finance writing, so he’s allowed to talk shit about it.

What We Learned

On Capitalism and Magic

In the wake of the value of Jace exploding we take a look at the purpose of capitalism and the nature of collectible card games.