Best Budget Casual Silver-Bordered Cards: Artifacts

By Puggernaut The time is perfect for collecting spicy cards from the Unglued and Unhinged sets. Unstable looming over the horizon means there will soon be increased interest in silver-bordered deliciousness. Which means you can grab the goodies from the other Un-sets before they become good trade bait. But rather than waste your time with all the random bulk (I’m calling you out, and ), you can target the cards that will bring fun to your gaming group. Fortunately, many of the silver-bordered cards are low in value. You don’t have to aim for expensive charmers like or , since

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Sneking Around Standard Game Day

It was little surprise to me that a Red deck would run wild at the Pro Tour.  I had suspicions going into that weekend that the Pros would find comfort in a fast aggro deck and I suspected that would be a key component in this deck.  I was so confident that I went to my Patreon Chat and told the guys in there that they should buy this card when it was $.96.  I bought in myself, a total of 4 playsets, and sold off 3 sets this week at $5 a piece. Sick brags aside, the Top 8

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Standard Decknology: Delirium’s not Dead Yet

Throughout my short sabbatical of releasing content, I have still remained active in my Standard League that I am running on Xmage. In this league, I allow the players to swap the decks they play each week. Due to some circumstances beyond my control ( not working on the platform) I struggled for a few weeks to find a deck that was good against the variety of the metagame. In a recent Erich Froehlich Deck of the Day article on CFB, he covered a 4 Color Delirium list that I found to be very intriguing.  So I queued it up as my deck

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Strictly Learns Modern – Esper Transcendent Decknology

Those who are among my closest Magic confidants will be the first to tell you that I’ve struggled for a long time to get interested in Modern. I’ve given half-hearted efforts to build decks that I felt were interesting but inevitably, for one reason or another, I disliked them.  I ‘ve been bombarded from many angles, being told that all I needed to do was find a deck, stick with it, and learn it.  The problem I’ve found is that in order to stick with a deck, I need to be passionate about playing it.  I need to sit up for

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