The sunset review continues as Johan Djinn dives into the blue...and checks out what Island mages have to offer in M15. Long gone are the days of Mind Control and Merfolk Looters. So how does blue shape up in this core block metagame?
Budget tight? Want to pick up staples before they skyrocket? Now is the time to take a look at your collection and buy/sell/trade. Here is your guide to investing in to Return to Ravnica and M14 for the budget conscious player
Welcome to the final part of the Khans of Tarkir financial review. I have gone through the rest of the Rare and Mythic cards spoiled during the second week of Khans of Tarkir spoilers. I also evaluate some of the Common and Uncommon cards with high potential. Don't miss this Treasure Cruise!
Frankie delves into the full Khans of Tarkir Spoiler and comes up gasping 4,000 words later. Heliod's Pilgrim in Standard? Sultai Charm in Modern? Altar of the Brood in Legacy? Where does one guy get the cheek to abuse the term "Mega Review" so frivolously? It's all covered in the article- I promise.
In this article, gwyned breaks down Khans of Tarkir for Standard Pauper, analyzing each and every card and its potential in the new metagame. Today, in Part One, he covers all of the Common cards tied to the set's mechanics.
Modern is the newest constructed format. Modern was created by Wizards of the Coast in the Spring of 2011 as a response to the increasing popularity of the Legacy format, which although popular proved difficult to access due to the high price of staple cards. Modern allows cards from the 8th Edition core set and all expansions printed afterwards.
Legacy decks may consist of cards from all Magic card sets, any edition of the core set, and all special sets, supplements, and promotional printings released by Wizards of the Coast.
Cards from expansions and special sets (like From the Vault, Commander, Duel Decks, etc) are legal in the Legacy format on the date of release of the expansion or special set.