Month: February 2022

Is Venusaur Good Competitively in Pokemon?

As the final evolution of Pokemon’s Bulbasaur, one of the three first ever starter monsters from Red and Blue, Venusaur has enjoyed a long competitive history. Despite having many different weaknesses in earlier generations of the video game franchise, Venusaur has gained additional resistances as types have been introduced into Pokemon.  Also, while its move […]

Necroduality – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Zombies have long been a popular tribe in Magic the Gathering, and for quite some time, Blue & Black Zombies have made noise in Commander. In the original Innistrad days, mono-Black Zombies were a dominant force in competitive play. Now, Blue and Black Zombies may once again gain a competitive edge in not just Standard, […]

Is Hisuian Typhlosion a Good Pokemon?

When the starters of the Pokemon Legends Arceus game were first announced – Cyndaquil, Oshawott, and Rowlet – right away, I decided on Cyndaquil for my first playthrough. This decision was strongly drawn to the idea of playing around with the Fire/Ghost typing that was rumored for Hisuian Typhlosion. Having a starter in a similar […]

Liliana, Dreadhorde General – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

When some Magic the Gathering players first saw Liliana, Dreadhorde General, they saw a 6-mana planeswalker that may not have much of an impact in Standard. However, this Liliana planeswalker card should not be overlooked. Not only does she have three loyalty abilities, but a static ability, as well. Six-mana planeswalkers have made an impact […]

Kyodai, Soul of Kamigawa – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Kyodai, Soul of Kamigawa is a White Dragon Spirit creature from Magic the Gathering’s Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty set. While its Red counterpart, Atsushi the Blazing Sky, is certainly flashier, Kyodai has its own interesting attributes. It has both Flash and Flying and costs four mana to cast, with three of its value requiring just generic […]

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