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Oct 24, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
FNM Fridays - Temur(der) Aggro MUUUUURDER! It turns out that when you strap a couple blades to the fists of an ogre, that you get something pretty nasty. That big nasty is the Savage Knuckleblade, and Brian Kibler piloted a deck featuring our new favorite ogre to a 9-0 record on day one of Grand Prix Los Angeles.
2015 Core Set Two-Player Clash Pack
Boxed set contains 2 60-card decks with 6 alternate art foils! Fury...
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Duel Decks - Speed vs. Cunning
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Khans of Tarkir, Booster Box
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Khans of Tarkir, Booster Case
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Khans of Tarkir, Fat Pack
The Fat Pack is the best way to begin and sample the Khans of Tarkir set....
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Oct 22, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
Wild West Wednesdays - Elves If you've slung cards in Legacy, there's a good chance you've encountered Elves. In Legacy, Elves has all the tools it needs to power some pretty amazing engines. In Modern, both [card]Glimpse of Nature[/card] and [card]Green Sun's Zenith[/card] are both banned, but in Legacy ... well they're doing some work.
Oct 21, 2014 by: Ryan Schwenk
The 7 Sins of Speculating I got to thinking about something one of my friends said a few weeks back about buying cards during the release of a new set. Their thinking was that not all cards need a play full play set. Some things such as removal (Hero's Downfall) are definite 4 ofs in a deck, but other cards such as planeswalkers need only 2-3 most of the time. The problem some of us run into is that we sometimes have more cards than we need. This is especially important to think about when prices of cards hit their peaks. Pro Tour Khans of Tarkir took place on October 10th-12th, and the results of the event will affect MTG at least until the next set comes out in January. While we have to consider future sets putting both upward and downward pressure on prices, being able to read the metagame and knowing when to cash out is important.