This article series documents the price changes of cards in print. We will track how cards go from release to its time out of print. We're currently tracking eight sets: Theros Block (Theros, Born of the Gods, and Journey into Nyx), Khans of Tarkir Block (Khans of Tarkir, Fate Reforged, and Dragons of Tarkir), Magic 2015, and Modern Masters 2015 Edition. A Standard set runs as long as it's Standard-legal, whereas non-Standard sets will be run as for as long as deemed necessary.
This will be updated every Friday. Monday after the weekend of Magic which will see what cards went over the weekend and the Friday before those events so track the major changes. The prices come from TCG Player’s median from $2.00 USD and up.
In this article, we discover how to combat commanders, which sometimes pop up in Commander. From exiling to sacrificing to countering them, just because you can't tuck them doesn't mean they're invincible.
The past week has been an extremely exciting one for Magic: The Gathering. Dragons of Tarkir spoilers have taken off in full force, revealing a new cycle of Elder Dragons, new versions of the Khans of Tarkir khans including a planeswalker Narset, a new version of Sarkhan, and much more. In addition, the Magic panel at PAX East unveiled a number of exciting things about both Dragons of Tarkir and the next three sets of Magic.
Welcome to the fifth Word of Command! A new set means a new look at cards from a Commander's perspective! Though a small set, Fate Reforged was quite generous for us with ten new legendary creatures. A new set also means a new ban list update, so we'll go through the news from Commander in general and the forum in particular, then start discussing the cards.
In this article, guest writer Josh Schneider analyzes two classic draw-threes to see which one comes out on top in the Modern format. Is suspend more powerful than delve for drawing three cards? Read and find out!