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Mar 28, 2015 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Things to do on Tarkir Let’s start by stating that Dragons of Tarkir is probably the least compelling expansion since Kamigawa, and that’s saying a lot. I feel like the developers were forced to stop short, slap “dragon” on a bunch of creatures, and start work on making Magic’s last core set a beautiful swan song. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing inside for the astute deck builder to take advantage of.
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Khans of Tarkir, Booster Box
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Mar 19, 2015 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Don't Get Too Excited There’s something to get excited about! Narset Transcendent is the real deal right? You get to draw a card every turn and then get two-for-one Dig Through Time and Treasure Cruise!? Who wouldn’t want this card!? Wait there’s more! Your opponent’s can’t cast non-creature spells!? This is amazing!

Hold your horses there kids …
Mar 18, 2015 by: Michael Tabler
Table(r) Talk: Seeing Red Again With Dragons of Tarkir being released soon we're all privileged to see the sweet new cards that are being printed in the set, at least the ones that have been previewed so far. If you're one of the people who've seen me play often you'd know the style of decks that I like to play in all formats. In Standard I play one extreme or the other, aggro/combo or control, never mid-range because you're often too slow to beat a normal draw from an aggro deck or not fast enough to beat a dedicated control deck. In eternal formats it's always something non-interactive. I always just want to do what my deck is designed to do and be done with the round. With new cards upon us the focus is almost always on Standard and today is no different. I want to look at a few cards from a specific color in Dragons of Tarkir that I feel will help shape the new format.