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diablobros(07.05.2015 22:51)

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Commander Deck Tech: Get Cooking with Gyome, Master Chef

Construitpar RyanS (2021-06-01)

All foodies and amateur chefs can finally find that part of their personality represented in a card. Gyome is responsible for culinary creations (creates Food tokens) that give creatures both sustenance (indestructible) and indigestion (tapping them). Here is a recipe for a deck with layers of flavor!

The Finest Vintage: Doomsday

Construitpar OdinFK (2021-04-29)

Doomsday is a scalpel. You need to know what to do with it, and you need a lot of practice in execution. But once you have picked up and mastered these skills, Doomsday is an extremely powerful deck, maybe the most powerful in all of Vintage right now. Here is everything you need to know!

Art Appreciation: Mystical Archive

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2021-04-09)

Releasing our grumpy old art critic on the up-and-coming Mystical Archive we expected to see fangs bared and every piece of precious parchment torn to shreds with dismissive comments about how all contemporary Magic art looks the same and how everything was better in the 90s. We were in for a surprise!

The Finest Vintage: Sultai Midrange

Construitpar OdinFK (2021-03-16)

Commonly considered to be all about assembling the most unfair sequences imaginable, there's more to Vintage than a flurry of Moxen, Bazaars, and Workshops. One peculiarly fair deck manages to hold its own. The fairest deck in all of Vintage? Here's how to win with midrange creatures and planeswalkers!

The Finest Vintage: Breach

Construitpar OdinFK (2021-02-15)

The time has come to take a look at a deck that does what most people want to do when they think of Vintage. After Dredge and Shops, it's time to examine the blue part of the Vintage metagame and what is currently its most prominent representative. It's time to power up and jump into the breach!

A Vintage Brewer's Diary: 2020 in Review, Part 2

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar TDD (2021-02-03)

This is the second part of my personal 2020 review, brought to you through the medium of paper Vintage decks. Last time, we got halfway through the year, and we looked at five different decklists. Today, we'll go over five more brews from the second half of the year. Let's dive in!

A Vintage Brewer's Diary: 2020 in Review, Part 1

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar TDD (2021-01-26)

2020 is finally behind us. As paper play was suspended, many Magic players found their way to Magic Online and Arena. Some of us Vintage boomers, however, still crave the smell of ancient cardboard. Shuffling around those broken spells. Knocking the top of the deck when we need to hit something good …

Day of the Dragons

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2021-01-16)

If you check the right calendar, you might find January 16 marked as "Appreciate a Dragon Day." What does it take for a Dragon to win appreciation in the world of Magic? Let's celebrate with a look at some of the most expensive, most ancient, most legendary, and most playable Dragon cards.

Getting into the Zone and Zoning Out

Divertissementpar Kumagoro (2020-12-03)

Magic's virtual board is divided into a number of distinct zones. During the game, objects are created in one of these zones, and then moved between them as the players take actions — a seemingly simple yet intricate mechanism that has in time been defined by a proper nomenclature worth exploring.

Zendikar Rising Spotlight: Ruin Crab in Nonrotating Formats

Spoilerspar ElonThragtusk (2020-09-07)

In the last few years, mill decks have gained new removal and counterspells, but no useful mill cards. This lack of support is the main thing that keeps them from moving up in the meta. How likely is it that a new and, in the case of this deck, better Hedron Crab helps with this issue in Modern and other formats?

How the M21 Reprints Impact Pioneer

Construitpar Kumagoro (2020-06-30)

Pioneer debuted as a nonrotating format inserted between Standard and Modern and featuring all cards stretching back to Return to Ravnica. Each new premier set adds a number of cards that see print for the first time, but also some reprints that predate Pioneer's starting point, sometimes with unexpected results.

Ramp and Let Die: Budget Fastbond in Vintage

Construitpar Dr-Exhume (2020-06-29)

Vintage can be fun and relatively cheap? Is that true? Indeed, you can build a pair of Vintage decks for less than many Modern decks and you can even steal some games with them. Let's take a look at two Fastbond shells and revisit a couple of common misconceptions about Magic's oldest format.

Upgrading Ruthless Regiment on a Budget

Construitpar RJGiel (2020-05-15)

Humans? Check. Aristocrats? Check. The Ruthless Regiment preconstructed Commander deck is a great option to play straight out of the box. But it's easy to improve, even on a limited budget. Let's take a look at some affordable and effective upgrades, so that you can better hold your own in your Commander playgroup.

Art Appreciation: Homelands

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2020-03-30)

Homelands is probably the worst Magic expansion ever. And to make it more forgettable not even a single new mechanic was introduced and few cards from it ever saw play except when tournament rules forced them to be included in decks. Sancho looked for something nice to say and discovered interesting artwork by some of the game's classic artists.

The Top 8 Vintage Decks from Cardmarket Series Paris

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar Dr-Exhume (2020-02-26)

Let's take a look at the Vintage results of Cardmarket Paris. The format which everybody loves — or hates — but which is hardly played. What did the ones fortunate enough to enter the Vintage zone choose to bring to the table? How diverse was the field, and what ended up on top?

The Top 8 Old School Decks from Cardmarket Series Paris

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar Elric (2020-02-24)

Mardu Good Stuff claims the trophy among thirteen players, defeating Four-Color Control in the finals. Let's take a closer look at these two and the rest of the decks that made it to the Top 8 at Cardmarket Series Paris in Old School — the most nostalgic and posh tournament format in the world.

Playing Unpowered Vintage Jund at Eternal Weekend

Construitpar Andifeated (2020-01-15)

Vintage is a format unaffordable to many players because of the notoriously expensive Power 9 and other cards such as Mishra's Workshop and Bazaar of Baghdad. Andifeated is one of those players, but that doesn't stop him from building powerful budget decks and attending Vintage tournaments.

Why You Too Should Play European Highlander

Construitpar Ratix (2020-01-06)

Before Commander caught on, players had already been enjoying a singleton format for years. It was named Highlander — originally for the catchphrase of the 1986 cult classic which stipulates that "There can be only one," but the format also seems to want to live forever.

Vintage at Cardmarket Series Prague: Dread(ge) Return

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar Elric (2019-12-10)

Dredge claims the trophy among eighteen players, defeating a planeswalker-heavy midrange brew in the finals. Let's take a look at all the Top 8 lists, see how the format changed after the restriction of Narset, and explore the latest developments.

Vintage at Cardmarket Series Barcelona, an Analysis

Couverture médiatique d'événementpar Elric (2019-11-06)

A modern version of BUG Fish claimed the trophy in a metagame filled with artifact and combo decks, but also speckled with a few surprises. Let's see how the latest releases and changes affected the Vintage metagame, and take a look at the Top 4 decklists!

A Very Nostalgic and Special Tournament Report

Divertissementpar Elric (2019-10-15)

Here's a tale from an event unlike any other, impressions and observations about what an Old School tournament represents, the experience of community and nostalgia, featuring all-powerful cards such as Moxen, Black Lotus, Hypnotic Specter—and Fishliver Oil!

#CMWhatTheTrend - Fairy Tale Spoilers

Financepar JaminK (2019-09-12)

Hello and welcome to WhatTheTrend, the column where we'll examine current trends on Cardmarket, check out why certain cards are popular, and speculate on future price developments. This week, it's time to take a look at possible implications of Throne of Eldraine Spoilers.

A First-Timers Look at Old School

Construitpar Rone (2019-08-13)

Trying a new format in Magic is one of the coolest experiences a player can have. From playing unknown cards to learning different mechanics, Rone looks at his experience at an Old School tournament. Let's break it down.

From the Vault: Kaalia

Construitpar RJGiel (2019-07-16)

Kaalia of the Vast might be one of the most iconic Commanders ever printed. Every long-time Commander player has either played a Kaalia deck or died playing against it. M20 had many surprises for commander players old and new alike, one of them was a callback to the infamous Human Cleric.

A Tale of Four WAR Oathbreakers

Construitpar RyanS (2019-07-01)

Do you play Oathbreaker? Here are four deck techs featuring planeswalkers from the new set War of the Sparks. Ryan Scicluna breaks down four decks for this exciting new format. The decks include: Vraska and her deathtouch squad, all the Ajani’s we can fit, hand disruption with Davriel and spell slinging with Ral Zarek.

Revised Regrets: The Summer Magic Story

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2019-06-26)

If your daddy is rich and your ma is good-looking, you may be able to charm your way to a set of the sought-after and exceptionally expensive Summer Magic set, a retracted print run of Revised Edition surrounded by much mystery. Or you can just doze off in the sun and enjoy the summertime and Sancho's tale of vanishing pentagrams and blue hurricanes.

Identifying Commander Decks: It's Easy as ABC

Construitpar RJGiel (2019-05-20)

Let's look at the wild wild west that is Commander with its infinite ways to build Commander decks, but only certain ways to fit specific playgroups and play styles. What decks are considered "casual" and what makes a deck competitive?

Art Appreciation: Douglas Shuler

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2019-05-15)

Having joked about it for a long time, Sancho finally makes good on his promise to dedicate an installment of our Art Appreciation series to Douglas Shuler. And on closer inspection, the works of the most misspelled of the original 25 Magic artists as it turns out, include many iconic pieces that indeed are no jokes.

Should This Be Banned - Part 4

Construitpar RJGiel (2019-04-25)

Welcome back to Should This Be Banned. Last time we looked at cards that win the game with little to no effort. This article is probably the most exciting piece; looking at potential additions to the banlist! Keep in mind that this is a highly opinionated article and that I encourage you to discuss these cards and others in the comments.

The 90's Black Magic Scare

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2019-02-26)

Will playing mono-black really lead you into eternal damnation? Pull up your hoodie, blast your ears with your favorite old school death metal album, and join Sancho on a stagger down memory lane to a time when angry grandmas were scary enough to guide the creative choices of Wizards of the Coast.

Show Your Colors Part 1 - Picking a Mono-Colored Commander

Construitpar RJGiel (2019-02-18)

In this series, I'd like to talk about picking a commander based on its colors. In this article, we will start by looking at the mono-colored options and the challenges that will come with building one.

A Thorough Look into Ultimate Masters - Part 2

Spoilerspar Kumagoro (2018-12-05)

Ultimate Masters is going to be the last event release celebrating 25 years of Magic in 2018, and possibly the final set in the Masters series. Let's see what all these reprints bring to the UMA experience and the secondary market; this time is the turn of black and red.

Paradoxical Outcome in Vintage: The New Hotness?

Construitpar Elric (2018-10-25)

Vintage format has been revolutionized by a card capable of winning games at instant speed and all on its own. It's not only because of its raw power, but also because of how easy it is to build balanced and synergistic decks around it. Pietro is here to tell you everything you could possibly want to know about Paradoxical Outcome in Vintage.

Reyhan and Ikra Budget Golgari Deck Tech

Construitpar RyanS (2018-10-16)

Building a Commander deck is a fun, but daunting task, especially if you are on a tight budget. In this article, I will try to explain the thought process of building on a budget using cards which cost less than three euros each.

Premodern: Why Is It Becoming Popular and Where Is It Headed

Construitpar Elric (2018-09-25)

Premodern is an "old school" balanced format for nostalgic players but is not too expensive nor too limited when it comes to its card pool. Its future will depend on the players that it will attract, as well as the overall support it will get.

Lord of Specters: Nicol Bolas Commander Deck Tech

Construitpar RyanS (2018-09-04)

M19 gave players the origin of Nicol Bolas his very own flip walker, to symbolize his getting a planeswalker spark. This means that commander players now have the opportunity to build Nicol Bolas decks with a decent Bolas commander. In this article, I will showcase a particular build for [Nicol Bolas, the Ravager] that focuses on hand disruption and reanimation.

Fallen Empires Strike Back

Divertissementpar SanchoN (2018-07-30)

Ridiculed, despised, and even hated, but never forgotten. The early Magic expansion Fallen Empires has a reputation like few other sets in the history of the game. One thing the once mighty empires of Sarpadia cannot be accused of, though, is being boring. Join us on an archeological dig into the piles of cards from one of the most overprinted and least appreciated products from Wizards of the Coast. Hidden gems and surprises await us under each layer … and perhaps even some of Magic's rarest and most expensive cards.

Tribal Attractions: Demons

Construitpar Kumagoro (2018-07-06)

With its strict, four-faction setting, Ixalan has been a very tribal block, and then Dominaria doubled down with some tribal focus of its own. Time for Kumagoro to have fun with Modern-legal concoctions for some less obvious tribes. In this installment: the big bad finishers from Hell.

Dangerous Propositions: Green Sun's Zenith

Construitpar Kumagoro (2018-06-14)

The Modern ban list is a maximum security prison with 33 inmates, some of which pose a potentially serious threat to the meta. But now that Big Jace is free, anything can happen. Let's review each of those offenders to see if they're eligible for parole. This time we talk of green's best delivery service.

Bringing Commander 1v1 From The Kitchen Table to the Tournament Table

Construitpar Elric (2018-03-12)

Born as a causal format and intended for funny multiplayer games, today Commander 1v1 has garnered a large community and needs to move forward. This article will examine the major distinctions between the main Commander 1v1 formats and evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.

Masters 25 Top 10: Cube Gold in the Silver Anniversary Set

Limitépar SanchoN (2018-03-05)

With Masters 25, Magic's 25th Anniversary set finally spoiled, it is time to take a look at how the new reprints affect your cube. Whether you are going to crack some packs or sit back and watch single prices drop, the set should have something to offer your cube both in the department of new cards and when it comes to pimping it out with foils and new illustrations. Welcome to Cubes For Squares' A25 Top 10.

Duel Commander Bannings September 2017

Financepar DrHoeh (2017-09-27)

Voting for „anything else than what we have now“ is not a well thought out plan.

Pro Tour SOI Day Two

Financepar DrHoeh (2016-04-23)

With day one of Pro Tour Innistrad in the books, the time to pick up a bargain is over.

Colourful Legacy

Financepar DrHoeh (2015-11-30)

Legacy is not only about blue cards!

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