Category: Collectible/Trading Card Games

Knowledge Vault: …Knowledge Vault

Welcome to our new series of weekly blog articles, Knowledge Vault!  Every Friday, you can expect me to shed some light on lesser known 93/94 cards and/or interactions.  This week’s Knowledge Vault is on none other than, well, Knowledge Vault! Advertisements

[Old School MTG][Brawl] Brewing a G/R/B (“Jund”) Land Destruction Deck

To celebrate the debut of the Atlantic 93/94 Old School MTG Restricted List and the restriction of my nemesis, Strip Mine, we’ve decided to serve up a slice of singleton land destruction!

3 Reasons Why We Love Artifact, the DotA-based Online Card Game Designed by Valve and Richard Garfield; a Ready Review.

On November 28, 2018, Artifact, the hotly-anticipated electronic trading card game and its first set, A Call to Arms, were released.  This love child between DotA and Magic: the Gathering is what we have all been waiting for.

[Old School Brawl] Rubinia Soulsinger: brewing a Creature Theft/Sacrifice Combo Deck

Rubinia Soulsinger, a Green/White/Blue (“Bant”) legendary creature from Legends, has over four hundred decks on EDHREC.  She was even reprinted in Commander Anthology.  With that many people using Rubinia in regular EDH, she is likely a strong candidate for a commander in Old School Brawl, as…

[Old School 93/94]: Why Hammerheim is better than Mountain in almost every single way (You heard me!)

Mountain is trash.  Mountain is a bad card.  Hammerheim is a superior magical card.  Mountain, for the following reasons, does not often belong in your 93/94 deck: (Disclaimer: this article is intended to be as satirical as it is educational.)

[Premodern] Colorless: Impactful Artifacts & Luxurious Lands

Although the cards themselves are not very colorful, our final installment highlighting some of the best Premodern cards ever printed is perhaps the most exciting of them all!  If you play or are interested in playing Premodern, you likely either played between ’95-’03 and strive to…

Ready Review – GWENT: The Witcher Card Game

October 23rd is the full release of GWENT: GWENT Homecoming.  If you are interested in watching some GWENT gameplay, We’ve been streaming it over on our Twitch.  To celebrate Homecoming, here’s five reasons who you should play GWENT!