Category: Trading Cards

Kardur, Doomscourge – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Magic the Gathering has had many Legendary Creatures over the years printed at uncommon, dating all the way back to Legends, but not having any appear between then and Champions of Kamigawa. Betrayers of Kamigawa and Saviors of Kamigawa continued the trend of uncommon legendary cards. Then, we saw no more until Dominaria and yet […]

Dragonkin Berserker – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Dragonkin Berserker is a two-mana Human Berserker creature card from Magic the Gathering’s Kaldheim set. At first glance, Dragonkin Berserker reminds long-time Magic players of a couple other creatures who create Dragon creature tokens, namely Dragon Whisperer and Dragonmaster Outcast. Neither of those creatures panned out the way many players expected them to, although the […]

Grazilaxx, Illithid Scholar – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Grazilaxx, Illithid Scholar flew under the radar for many Magic the Gathering players, being from the seemingly underwhelming Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set. Of course, whenever a new set that seems to take advantage of an underappreciated card’s abilities, speculation is due to run rampant. Being a Horror creature already seeing play in the […]

What is the Best Lickilicky Card in the Pokemon Trading Card Game?

With the incredible popularity of my article “Is Lickilicky a Good Pokemon?” I decided to finally pen an article about the often maligned pocket monster in the Pokemon Trading Card Game. As of January 2022, there are only nine Lickilicky cards in the card game. Considering it’s from the 4th generation of games, Diamond and […]

Satoru Umezawa – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

With Magic returning to the plane of Kamigawa in 2022, it was obvious that we’d be getting more Ninjas. But, probably no one expected Satoru Umezawa, a Legendary Creature being printed at rare, to do what it does. Ninjas have been a fun tribe in Magic the Gathering ever since the original Kamigawa set, Champions […]

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