Category: Trading Cards

Why a Magic the Gathering Vanilla Creature Holds a Special Place in My Heart

A vanilla creature from the Scars of Mirrodin set called Razorfield Thresher once single-handedly allowed me to beat Karn Liberated! Razorfield Thresher holds a special place in my heart.  It may just be a lowly artifact creature with awesome flavor text.  But this Thresher once won an important match in the Duels of the Planeswalkers […]

How Good is Chameleon Colossus in Magic the Gathering?

Chameleon Colossus has always been a fairly valuable Magic the Gathering card. It was originally printed in Morningtide and saw some play in Standard back then. With his versatility and power level, the Colossus has remained popular in tribal decks in casual “Kitchen Table” Magic, EDH, and even Modern. The price of Chameleon Colossus dropped […]

The Legendary Fisherman – Old School YuGiOh Deck Profile

Oh, Mako Tsunami and your silly fish deck! Actually, The Legendary Fisherman is quite the classic card. Over the years, especially with the invention of the Mermail archetype, he’s actually become a fairly interesting card to build around. But, the real fun with The Legendary Fisherman began with a Field Spell card from Legacy of […]

Spell Canceller – An Old School YuGiOh Card Review

One of the cooler ultra rare YuGiOh cards from Magician’s Force was a card called Spell Canceller. This level 5 monster prevents the activation of Spell cards and negates the effects of any Spell cards already in play. Basically, he’s an Imperial Order – a card banned in tournament play for much of its existence […]

Happily Ever After – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Happily Ever After is one of the strangest alternate win condition cards in Magic the Gathering. This Enchantment card from the Throne of Eldraine set exists as a “story spotlight” for the backstory of Eldraine. The conditions which need to exist to win the game are very specific and difficult to attain. But, it has […]

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