Month: January 2020

Myth Realized – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Myth Realized from Magic the Gathering’s Dragons of Tarkir set is far more than just an Enchantment version of the creature Chimeric Mass. Whereas the Mass was an artifact that needed to have lots of mana invested in it for charge counters, Myth Realized gains lore counters whenever you cast a non-creature spell. Not only […]

Silence the Believers – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

The Strive mechanic from Magic the Gathering’s Journey Into Nyx set created some very interesting cards. Silence the Believers is an interesting piece of removal for Black. It’s essentially an instant-speed version of Gild, a formerly playable card which exiles a target creature for four mana. However, while it doesn’t give you the Gold “trophy” […]

Surveyor’s Scope – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Magic the Gathering’s preconstructed Commander 2013 decks introduced several cards designed to only be playable in a multi-player Commander setting. One of these cards is Surveyor’s Scope, a two-mana artifact. The scope can tap as soon as it’s played to use its ability, which is to exile it and search your library for up to […]

Rampage of the Valkyries – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Angels have long been a popular tribe in Magic the Gathering, and with the release of early spoilers for the Kaldheim set, plenty of new Angels and support for Angels was revealed. One of these Angel support cards is an Enchantment called Rampage of the Valkyries. It costs 5 mana (3 colorless, 1 White, and […]

Hell’s Caretaker – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Hell’s Caretaker has been a pretty useful creature in Magic: the Gathering over the years. Way back during the Ice Age set, there was a useful combo with Ice Age’s Enduring Renewal and Antiquities Ornithopter. Enduring Renewal was an easy way to put creatures in the graveyard. Ornithopter is free to cast. So, with the […]

Godhead of Awe – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Godhead of Awe is an awe-some card (pun intended) from Magic the Gathering’s Shadowmoor set. She was one of the first Magic cards I ever played with, and I actually opened her in the same draft as my first-ever rare pull, Augury Adept. The Godhead’s ability to make all other creatures into 1/1’s is extremely valuable, allowing […]

Impact Resonance – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Impact Resonance is a Magic the Gathering card exclusive to the Commander 2014: Built from Scratch deck that was released in November of 2014. That deck is full of some other very powerful cards such as Daretti, Scrap Savant, Dualcaster Mage, and others. So, it’s easy to overlook a card like this that could potentially […]

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