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May 15, 2015 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Getting into Modern With the release of Modern Masters 2015 edition right around the corner, it's a great time to consider getting into Modern if you haven't already. Reprints for a number of the formats rarest and most expensive cards will create a number of opportunities to buy in at a reasonable price. But it's not out yet, so what can you do before hand to get ready?
Dragons of Tarkir booster box
Factory sealed box of 36 boosters of the Dragons of Tarkir MtG expansion
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Fate Reforged, Booster Box
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Khans of Tarkir, Booster Box
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Magic Holiday Gift Box w/ Khans of Tarkir
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May 06, 2015 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Modern Masters II In case you haven't heard, Modern Masters 2015 is right around the corner. If being the centerpiece for the largest Magic tournament ever held is not enough, these cards are sure to have an impact on card availability and the decks people bring to your local Modern tournaments. But this format wasn't made purely for constructed, it's also a draft environment. We've already got a couple clear strategies shaping up for the draft format.
May 03, 2015 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Tetsuo Umezawa, the Tiny Leader We’ve all heard of Umezawa’s Jitte and assumed that it belonged to Toshiro Umezawa … but I like to pretend otherwise. I like to rep’ it old school because I’ve been around long enough to know that it was Tetsuo Umezawa that defeated Nicol Bolas and locked him away for ages.