Heather reports on speculation and debate about what my be our first card and mechanic spoiled for Return to Ravnica. And no one likes to speculate and debate more than a Magic player!
Whether you’re looking for a deck for FNM, looking for the newest decks to beat at your next FNM or just catching up on good old fashioned competitive Magic, Heather has captured what captured Twitter’s attention this past weekend at the SCG Open Series in New York.
Mike Flores brought us another flare up from the front lines of geek/gamer culture’s growing intersection with the mainstream: are “booth babes” an invasion of our culture, an insult or just clever marketing? Read the original blog post and add your voice to the Magic-based Twitterverse response.
American and Canadian card slingers poured in to the city of Columbus this weekend to test their Modern skills at the Grand Prix. With a wide swath of viable decks in Modern, it was anyone’s guess as to which strategy would come out victorious. Well represented decks included Merfolk, Delver variations, Trap, Hive Mind, Polymorph […]
Corbin has already told us how to maximize our profits when we are selling, but this week takes a step back to tell us how to maximize our enjoyment with advice on what to NOT sell.
An entertainingly diverse host of decks made it pretty deep into the SCG Open Series stop in St. Louis. Heather gathers another 20 Tweets like a (mob) boss.
In his third Speconomics article, Joe Spanier reminds players to be cautious putting your money where a finance writer’s mouth is. Use that finite amount of resources wisely.
Hopefully everyone had a fun M13 pre-release weekend. Unfortunately, it went south for some players when a new round of “women in Magic” issues surfaced on Twitter. You may be tempted to “Blame Kibler,” but this time he’s just the messenger.
Corbin Hosler overviews one of the most important, but overlooked, components of Magic finance: What is the best way to turn cardboard into cash?
Heather recaps a Legacy tournament full of surprises at Grand Prix Atlanta, where the temperatures were scorching. It seems the best way to cool off was a good zombie brew.