Month: May 2017

Mortuary Mire – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Battle for Zendikar is a Magic the Gathering set with lots of interesting common and uncommon cards. Many are often seen on local game store buy-lists for a nickel or dime, due to playability outside of competitive Magic. One of these “nickel and dime” cards is Mortuary Mire. It’s a little Black utility land that […]

Necroskitter – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

With the release of the Amonkhet set, many Magic: the Gathering players were excited about the number of “-1/-1 counters matters” cards in the set. This excitement caused a chain reaction of cards centered around the -1/-1 counter mechanic being bought out all over the internet. Most notably, this includes cards from the Shadowmoor and […]

Sea Gate Wreckage – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Is Sea Gate Wreckage a Currently Undervalued Competitive Staple in Modern and EDH / Commander? Sea Gate Wreckage from Oath of the Gatewatch is a colorless land with an ability that quickly proved itself useful in Standard.   Eldrazi decks in Standard would play a copy (or even two) of Sea Gate Wreckage on occasion. […]

Crown of Flames – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Crown of Flames is an Enchantment originally printed in Tempest, and later reprinted in Invasion. This one-drop Aura has two abilities, each of which costs one Red mana. One gives the Enchanted creature “firebreathing” or +1/+0 until end of turn. You can activate this ability as many times as you have mana to pay for […]

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