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Faceless Haven – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Faceless Haven is a nonbasic Snow land card from Magic the Gathering’s Kaldheim set. While it only adds colorless mana, because it is a Snow source, it helps you to cast permanents and use abilities that require Snow mana. Also, it has another ability that allows it to become a 4/3 creature with vigilance and […]

Cultivator of Blades – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Cultivator of Blades from Magic the Gathering’s Kaladesh set is essentially a new and improved version of Wild Beastmaster from Return to Ravnica. Wild Beastmaster saw some play in Standard when the Miracle Sorcery, Blessings of Nature from Avacyn Restored, was legal. If it was the first card that you drew in a turn, you […]

Filigree Angel – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Originally from the days of Alara Reborn, Filigree Angel has found herself useful enough in Commander that she’s been reprinted in Magic the Gathering Commander decks on two separate occasions. When Filigree Angel enters the battlefield, you gain 3 life for each artifact you control, including itself. A 4/4 flyer that gains you at the […]

Path of Bravery – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Magic the Gathering’s 2014 Core Set is definitely an enchantment-happy set. Of the many interesting Enchantments, Path of Bravery is definitely a good card. It would later be reprinted in Iconic Masters. As long as you have more life than you started with (or even the same number you started with, in fact), all of […]

Bonescythe Sliver – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

The Sliver creature cards printed in Magic the Gathering’s 2014 Core Set were a fairly impressive bunch. While Slivers never became a Tier One deck in Standard, they were a deck to beat for a time at Friday Night Magic events at local game stores. With Cavern of Souls around for another three months after […]

Dragonlord’s Prerogative – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Always wanted a draw card for your Magic the Gathering Dragon deck that can’t be countered? With the instant-speed spell card Dragonlord’s Prerogative, you have just that! If you have a Dragon in hand as you cast it or have one already in play, you’re in luck. Essentially, this takes an old draw spell called […]

Chandra, Pyrogenius – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Chandra, Pyrogenius is one of two planeswalkers exclusive to the new Planeswalker Decks series which began with Kaladesh. These replace the old Intro Packs which were always rather underpowered to begin with. While you won’t find this Chandra or her Green counterpart Nissa, Nature’s Artisan in the actual Kaladesh set, both are considered cards that […]

Chromanticore – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

For the first time since 2009, Born of the Gods introduced a new five-color card into Magic the Gathering, Chromanticore. Unfortunately, it’s not a Legendary Creature. However, every one immediately talked about how this Chromanticore could be a pretty sweet Commander, especially considering that it has Bestow on it! How interesting would it be to […]

Heliod’s Pilgrim – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Heliod’s Pilgrim is a very interesting Human Cleric from Magic the Gathering’s 2015 Core Set. Later, the Pilgrim appeared as a reprint in Ultimate Masters and again returned to Standard for a bit in Theros Beyond Death. She costs 2W to cast for a 1/2, and when she enters the battlefield, search your library for […]

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