Wherein Szpirs is baffled by previews for the premium reprint set Modern Masters 2017. Stew tries (in vain) to fix him by rating the preview cards and explaining his hopes and dreams for MM2017. At least Szpirs knows what the Tarmogoyf is…and why he must FEAR AND RESPECT THE TARMOGOYF!! Advertisements
Wherein Szpirs gets Commander cards in the mail and, obviously, has no idea what to do with them. Stew promptly schools him with some Commander brew ideas and strategies. Help Stew help Szpirs understand Commander in the comments! Allons y!
Hey Geeks. Up here in the Great White North, we have a totally purposeless holiday in February called Family Day. So, while hanging out with our nearest and dearest today, I posed a question to our resident MTG players: what’s your favourite Magic family – be it a series of creatures that are related, a…
Stew and Szpirs continue to explore the depths of the Magic Mystery Box: a tidy little box of cards with boosters from each of the current Standard sets plus one from ‘Magic History’. We’ve cracked packs from Return to Ravnica already….now we’re headed into Battle for Zendikar and Oath of the Gatewatch. Buckle up, Geeks.
So, Szpirs was on a sleep-deprived mission to Wal-Mart and stumbled on something…magical. It was a box – a mystery box. It’s a cool idea…a booster pack from each of the Standard sets plus one pack from ‘Magic history’. Seems like a great way for a new player to build up a card-base for Friday Night Magic events or a lapsed player to catch up on the last few blocks. Who, lacking both sleep and willpower, could resist such a thing? I’m like Abu in the Cave of Wonders:
So last weekend, Stew, Szpirs, Mark, and our friends Mike and Devon met up to draft some cards. Drafting is a style of play where each player builds a new deck by drawing cards from booster packs. We also happened to be playing on the release weekend for Aether Revolt, so we worked some AR packs…
Szpirs: Stewwwwwwww! We should troll Erik with an article about getting into Magic. Stew: Sure; sounds like fun. Erik:
Geeks with Kids gives you the tips and tricks on how to navigate through the Aether Revolt prerelease…and any prerelease.
Wow, Geeks, it seems like just yesterday we were freaking out about this new Kaladesh set…now its’ follow-up is to hit! Make way for Aether Revolt! This expansion continues the story where Kaladesh leaves off while expanding the steampunk-inspired setting with new inventions, new artificers, and new mechanics! Geek out with Szpirs as Stew breaks down 11 brand-new preview cards from Aether Revolt!