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Jul 24, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - M15 Prerelease, Clint Eastwood Style Let's move past the obvious - I lost horribly in both prereleases that I participated in, not only did I post a losing record both days ... the only games I won were against children. Slayer of eight year olds - a title I'm not exactly proud of.

So what went wrong? I tried to play reasonably. Ever since prerelease packs became "a thing," people have been gaming the system, jockeying for which promo cards are strongest ... which "seeded" pack has the highest likelihood of containing an unanswerable "bomb" rare to accompany the prerelease promo card. Instead of jumping on the "play black" bandwagon, I went with red and white respectively on the Saturday and Sunday prereleases. Our Tournament Organizer had the foresight to limit how many players could choose black for each event so that it would be available all weekend long ... I took other colors because it also helped facilitate the process.
Conspiracy Booster Box
A factory sealed box of the Conspiracy set
Quantity in stock: 11
Duel Decks - Jace vs. Vraska
Two ready to play 60 card decks built around Jace, Architect of Thought and...
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M2015 Booster Box
A factory sealed booster box of the M2015 Core Set. Contains 36 booster packs.
Quantity in stock: 10
M2015 Booster Case
A case of 6 factory sealed booster boxes of M2015.
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M2015 Fat Pack
M2015 Fat Pack - the best way to begin collecting the new set!
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Modern Event Deck - March of the Multitudes
Modern Event Deck; 60-card deck in white and black, 15-card sideboard,...
Quantity in stock: 5

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Jul 09, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - The Best Core Set Since ... I'm sure you've heard that we're getting a new card frame with holographic "counterfeit protection" built in. We're getting a series of cards designed by famous designers throughout gaming. We're even getting our first look at Magic's own proprietary font. Yeah ... a font.

None of these changes are easy to get excited or upset about. Counterfeiting was a genuine concern for collectors and retailers and the changes to the Font and frame are pretty minor in the grand scheme of things. After all, we could have ended up with the Future Sight card frame.
Jul 01, 2014 by: Ryan Schwenk
The Japan Metagame Diaries: Pro Tour Journey into Nyx (Part 2) - Just Play As the dust cleared from day 1, I found myself thinking a little bit clearer, listening a bit more, and the nervousness that had weighed me down from the week prior to the event suddenly evaporated. I wasn’t the only person that didn’t make day 2 though. Martin Juza, 11th ranked Shaun McLaren, 16th ranked Jacob Wilson, Melissa DeTora, Raymond Tan, Tzu-Ching Kou, Dusty Ochoa, and even Japanese pro Kenji Tsumura didn’t make it. Overall, 124 people missed the cut and were left up to their own devices for the rest of the weekend. I wasn’t going to let  my performance get me down. I had planned on showing up the second day no matter what, and although I don’t have the numbers to show it, I accomplished quite a lot at the Pro Tour.