One of the defining aspects of Magic: The Gathering is its Limited formats. Whether Draft, Sealed, or Cube, Limited Magic has always captivated the hearts of players, both for its low barrier of entry and its high skill ceiling. Writers focus on all aspects of Limited, from the newest strategies of the latest sets to the best ways to build Old School cubes. Read the latest articles on what Limited Magic has to offer.
A First Look at Midnight Hunt Limited
Grab your pumpkins and Halloween costumes, it's Harvesttide and we are going to party on Innistrad! Between Werewolves, Vampires, Zombies, and other devilish creatures, the plane is as spooky as ever, and it's looking like a really awesome draft experience! Here's a summary of mechanics, archetypes, and more!
Drafting Forgotten Realms: Rare Pick or Rarely Picked?
In a Limited environment where raw power is the most important metric by which to measure cards, it's no surprise that bombs can dominate games. But which rares should you draft highly, and which should you better pass on to your neighbor? Here's a rating of every rare and mythic in the set!
Diving Deep into the Draft Dungeon
After a week of drafting, we're back from the dungeons to take inventory of what's working and what isn't! Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is the replacement for this year's core set, and it really shows in the Limited format. What really matters is raw card quality rather than synergy.
A First Look at Limited in the Forgotten Realms
Look no further than Adventures in the Forgotten Realms for your fill of D&D-themed fun and flavor! Gather a party of your friends and venture into the deepest dungeons of the latest Limited environment. But before that, read all about the set's mechanics, its archetypes, and their key commons here!
Five Quick Tips for the Sealed Deck Arena Open
The Arena Open is coming up this weekend, and it features Strixhaven Sealed! Getting a head start of what to expect from your opponents with a few thoughts on what does and what doesn't work should give you a meaningful advantage. Let's look at the "metagame" and the speed of the format—and more.