Tag: MTG

Oviya Pashiri, Sage Lifecrafter – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Oviya Pashiri, Sage Lifecrafter is a Legendary Creature from Magic the Gathering’s Kaladesh set. This Human Artificer has been a two-of in Standard Green/White Aggro decks and is a decent card in a number of EDH decks. However, Oviya was a consistent bestseller during her Standard heydey on TCGPlayer. What made Oviya Pashiri so popular? […]

Black Market – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Black Market is one of the most powerful Enchantments you could ever put into a Mono-Black deck in Magic the Gathering. It can be powerful in any deck that needs Black mana. Originally printed in the Mercadian Masques set, it was reprinted with the modern border in Commander 2015 with the Call the Spirits deck […]

Grave Betrayal – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Grave Betrayal has been a popular card among Commander players since it was first released in Return to Ravnica. This Enchantment has a very splashy effect, taking any creature that isn’t yours that dies and putting it back onto the field under your control. Even more flavorfully, it also becomes a black Zombie in addition […]

Insidious Will – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Back in October 2016, Insidious Will was a card which Magic the Gathering players were pretty excited about. Even though this spell costs 4 mana for a choice of three effects that typically each cost only two or three mana, the versatility of this card seemed to make it worth playing. With Baral, Chief of […]

Wight of Precinct Six – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Most cards printed in Magic the Gathering aren’t ever going to be played in top-tier competitive decks. However, in the case of Wight of Precinct Six, this Zombie creature did see some fringe Standard play at one point. Since then, he’s become a Kitchen Table Magic hit, too. As a creature, the Wight is actually […]

Essence of the Wild – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Essence of the Wild is a very fun mythic rare card from Magic the Gathering’s Innistrad set. When it was first released, it was a card with plenty of potential. Considering this card automatically makes every creature that hits the board under your control into a 6/6 Essence of the Wild Avatar, there seem to […]

Blessed Alliance – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Blessed Alliance is a perfect example of a card with the Escalate mechanic which was new and unique to the Eldritch Moon set, the second of two sets in the Shadows Over Innistrad block. Right away, players saw this card as a strictly better version of Celestial Flare with its ability to force an opponent […]

Chameleon Colossus – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

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 […]

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