In last month’s article, I skimmed the surface of what most people assume is the primary barrier to entry: monetary co$t. In an effort to disprove that assumption, I settled on building two Old School 93/94 “precons” with a budget of $40 USD each. Sure, you can build cheaper decks, but I wanted to build decks that would leave you with a stack of useful cards afterwards.
Every Friday, we crack into some lesser-known Old School 93/94 cards and interactions. This week, we take a look at an overweight armadillo vacuum wearing flight goggles: Thorn Thallid! For the low, low price of Land Leeches/Cat Warriors, instead of Forestwalk or First Strike, you can get a Triskelion! Err, okay. More like an Icatian Javelineers.
For this DM Panic, I got an unexpected source of inspiration while watching some cartoons. Here are four characters whose roles I summarize as a ruler, the right hand, an animal companion, and a wizard. These characters are fluid enough to fit in nearly any setting, and any of them can be the villain of a last minute plot. I’ve also included some plot suggestions at the end of the article if you need help coming up with ideas. Read More
I’ve been thinking about this for about a week or so, and when I woke up this morning, I decided that now was the time to write it. Here are five reasons why I play Old School MTG 93/94 (and why you should, too!)