The Comprehensive Guide to Modern Elves by Branoc Richards

As many readers will know, I’ve been on board the Elf train since the moment Collected Company came into being. I’d like to think since then I’ve learnt a thing or two, and it’s high time I put all of this knowledge in one place. Before I continue, I need to give a shout-out to … Continue reading The Comprehensive Guide to Modern Elves by Branoc Richards

Advertisements

Commander 2018 Review: Nature’s Vengance By Iain McEwan

Commander 2018 was released a few weeks ago and by now everyone has started to tinker with the new legends. Continuing on from last times look at Adaptive Enchantment, let’s look at Nature’s Vengeance piloted by a cuddly kitty cat. The Commander Okay, maybe not so cuddly. Side note! It’s great to finally see Lord … Continue reading Commander 2018 Review: Nature’s Vengance By Iain McEwan

Ten Commander 2018 Cards for Cube Draft by Martin Zacques

It’s the post-Pro-Tour lull and the season of Commander Christmas, so the market for Core 2019 Limited content is pretty played out. The Commander Pre-Cons are arguably the best Sealed products made by Wizards of the Coast (and it’s only arguable because we’re still basking in the afterglow of the Challenger Decks). But even if … Continue reading Ten Commander 2018 Cards for Cube Draft by Martin Zacques

Commander 2018 Review: Adaptive Enchantment by Iain McEwan

Commander 2018 is upon us and with it the return of Planeswalker Commanders. First appearing in Commander 2014 as five mono-coloured decks the introduction of Planeswalkers as Commanders was a very exciting thing for many players. In this series, we’ll be taking a look at each preconstructed deck, going over the main Commander, the other … Continue reading Commander 2018 Review: Adaptive Enchantment by Iain McEwan

Scottish Nationals: A Battle Won Before It Even Started by Holt Hauser

This weekend, I got the best win in my Magic career, taking down Scotland’s Nationals tournament and laying claim to the title of National Champion. I had a pretty fun tournament with some great games (when I didn't have chills or was coughing up a lung) and am beyond excited to be repping Scotland in … Continue reading Scottish Nationals: A Battle Won Before It Even Started by Holt Hauser

Chasing the Dragons in Core 2019 by Martin Zacques

Core 2019 is in full swing and the Draft format is shaping up to be seriously fun. Although it would be tough to top the variety and depth of gameplay we had in Dominaria limited, Core 2019 remains a nuanced and interesting Draft environment, and vastly superior to recent expansion sets like Amonkhet or Ixalan. … Continue reading Chasing the Dragons in Core 2019 by Martin Zacques

Scottish Nationals 2018 – A View from the Wrong side of the Wall by Branoc Richards

Last weekend saw the Scottish National Championships held by Murphy’s Vault in Edinburgh. After a gruelling 5 rounds of Standard, the participants drafted M19 to make their way into the Top 8 on the following day. The dust has settled, and Team Vault’s own Holt “CapnPowerHaus” Hauser managed to take down the tournament, beating World … Continue reading Scottish Nationals 2018 – A View from the Wrong side of the Wall by Branoc Richards

Tournament  Report – Win an LED on Affinity: 1st Place by John Burns

This is my first tournament report and I'm doing this from memory on the day after. Some of the descriptions of the early rounds might be a bit brief but I think I got all the important information into it. This was an 18 man tournament that was doing 4 rounds cut to Top 4. … Continue reading Tournament  Report – Win an LED on Affinity: 1st Place by John Burns