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Old Time Magic

Brendan had a blast (from the past) at the M19 prerelease.

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The Triumphant Return of Core Sets

Magic 2019 is a core set with potentially the largest audience ever. Find out who it’s for, who it might not be for, and why its design is so fascinating!

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Dominaria Quick Hits

Brendan talks Dominaria cards that impressed him at the prerelease.

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Death in Dominaria

With prerelease this weekend, it’s time to brush up on the most important commons in Dominaria: removal spells!

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Dinosaurs Don’t Need Help

Brendan played Dinosaurs at the Ixalan prerelease. Expect to see a lot of them in Sealed.

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Ixalan Prereleases Across the Globe

Last weekend was Ixalan prerelease weekend, except for in areas impacted directly or indirectly by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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The Power of Exploring

Explore is one of the most nuanced mechanics in a while. It’s devilishly simple, obviously powerful, yet difficult to evaluate. Here’s why.

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Drafting Iconic Masters

Zach was among the first people to play Iconic Masters sealed, and likely the first to draft it outside of Wizards R&D. Read his impressions here!

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How to Blind Prerelease Iconic Masters

Zach talks how to play a prerelease when you haven’t seen any card. Like if you were going to play Iconic Masters at HasCon this weekend…

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Release the Devastation

Brendan reports from the Hour of Devastation pre-release. First impression? The mana is a lot worse for aggressive decks.

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Feeling Aggro

We finally get to play with Hour of Devastation, and something felt off. Not something obvious like Afflict or Bolas’ schemes. No, something off with… Aggro Exert?!