Tag: Magic the Gathering

Thousand Winds – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

When Magic the Gathering’s Speed vs Cunning Duel Decks were first revealed, it included several preview cards from the upcoming set at the time, Khans of Tarkir. Early on, it was known that Morph would be returning as a mechanic in that set. One of the rare preview cards from the deck was Thousand Winds, […]

The Magic the Gathering Elder Dragons from Legends in EDH / Commander

When the Commander format first began in Magic the Gathering, it was known as Elder Dragon Highlander. It was called Highlander since you could only play one of each unique card – outside of basic lands – in your deck. Highlander has been a MTG format for years, with 100 card decks. In Elder Dragon […]

How Does Astral Cornucopia Work? – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Astral Cornucopia is a fascinating little mana ramp card from Magic: the Gathering’s Born of the Gods expansion set. It has a triple X cost, which already seems a bit janky. So how does this card work? It enters the battlefield with X charge counters on it. This means that if you want one counter, […]

Brood Butcher – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Brood Butcher from Magic the Gathering’s Battle for Zendikar set is a 3/3 Eldrazi Drone creature costing 3BG to cast. Like all of his Eldrazi Drone counterparts, the Butcher has Devoid, making him colorless despite his colored casting requirements. He comes into play along with a 1/1 Eldrazi Scion token that can sacrifice itself to […]

Djinn of Infinite Deceits – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

If there was any card that said “abuse me,” it would be this Commander deck exclusive Djinn of Infinite Deceits from the Evasive Maneuvers deck. It is a 2/7 that costs 4UU to cast, and it’s a flyer that can tap to exchange control of two target non-Legendary creatures. What’s especially cool about this is […]

Khabal Ghoul – Old School Magic the Gathering Card Review

Khabal Ghoul is an interesting Zombie creature card from Magic the Gathering’s second-ever release Arabian Nights. This creature is uncommon, but it’s on the Reserve List, like many of the best Arabian Nights cards became. For 3 mana (2 Colorless mana, 1 Black mana), you get a 1/1 Zombie. That’s not exciting at all, but […]

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