Month: January 2020

Hua Tuo, Honored Physician – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

With the release of the Commander 2013, Wizards of the Coasts apparently decided that the time was ripe to reprint a whole bunch of Portal: Three Kingdoms cards. They made some wise choices, such as Lu Xun and Borrowing 100,000 Arrows. He is included in the Power Hungry deck, which features the popular commander Prossh, […]

Tolsimir, Friend to Wolves – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Tolsimir Wolfblood returns in War of the Spark as Tolsimir, Friend to Wolves. Is this Tolsimir better or worse than the original? The original Tolsimir Wolfblood acted as a sort of lord for your green and white creatures and had a tap ability create a legendary 2/2 Wolf token named Voja. Tolsimir, Friend to Wolves […]

Is Skybind a Good Enchantment in Magic the Gathering?

Blinking things is pretty good in Magic the Gathering. Back in their heyday, Momentary Blink decks were very powerful. When the planeswalker Venser, the Sojourner was kicking around Standard, Blue/White control was definitely a real deck. Venser had a blink ability that helped abuse many enter the battlefield effects. After a few turns, he was […]

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, mostly in EDH. One of these “nickel and dime” cards is Mortuary Mire, which sees play in […]

Resplendent Marshal – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Resplendent Marshal is a mythic rare Angel Warrior creature from Magic the Gathering’s Kaldheim set. It costs 1WW to cast (1 generic, 2 White) and is a 3/3 creature with flying. Continuing a strictly tribal theme in Kaldheim, the Marshal has an interesting way of pumping multiple creatures at once. The Marshal’s ability reads: “When […]

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