Paul Perjuns-Tart discusses Michael McClure’s controversial disqualification from Dreamhack and the ethics of selling curled foils.
You can’t get better food than a Thanksgiving feast, and you can’t get a better food commander than Gyome, Master Chef!
Is there anything more awkward than *that* topic coming up at Thanksgiving? The one nobody wants to acknowledge? Magic: the Gathering?
Amanda Stevens talks diversity, equity, inclusion and an interesting conversation with Sheldon Menery from the Rules Committee.
Aaron Radney sits down with Magic and Slay the Spire artist Bruce Brenneise to talk shocklands, visual world-building, and Numenera.
Paul Perjuns-Tart speculates on the takedown of Card Conjurer. Could Wizards of the Coast be making their own digital alter service?
Sheepwave discusses proxies, counterfeits and cease and desist letters with Kyle Burton, creator of the now defunct Card Conjurer.
This week, Nick Wolf chronicles the reprints found in The Brothers' War, including a few that we didn't see coming.
Can you remember the first commander you ever built a deck around? This week’s CUT competitors sure do: Feldon, Horobi and Chainer!
Corbin Hosler discusses what Magic players should make of the Bank of America report regarding Hasbro printing practices.
Wizards of the Coast will now sell shares of a new retro-framed, foil variant of the original stock that’s recently been downgraded.
Sylvan Library is a competitive staple with a history stretching back to 1994. But does it secretly suck in cEDH? Drake Sasser says so!
Does every game of Commander have to be four player? Will you tolerate a three player pod? A five player pod?
How do you build a two mana commander with a rainbow color identity? Ben Doolittle tackles Jenson Carthalion in the latest Conditions Allow!
In this week's Alter of the Brewed, Anthony Burchett builds a Commander deck that tells the story of Disney's The Little Mermaid.
What are the most important things to keep in mind for a Dynaheir deck? That's right, the three E's: Embalm, Eternalize, Encore!
When a crime wave hits the city of New Paliano, Adriana will make a discovery about who the knights truly serve...
Urza and Mishra know their way around an artifact, but does Nick Wolf? Find out in the artfiact set review of The Brothers' War!
Ben Doolittle looks into the coolest new gold cards from The Brothers' War, including the very first Monk tribal commander!
Don't forget to eat your greens and don't miss Travis Stanley's review of the best green cards from The Brothers' War!